Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow enjoyed extraordinary commercial success during the 1990s, reeling off a series of hits including "All I Wanna Do," "If It Makes You Happy," "Everyday Is a Winding Road" and "My Favorite Mistake."
Missouri-born Crow first gained national attention in the early 1990s as a backup singer for Michael Jackson, and later as a songwriter for artists including Eric Clapton, Celine Dion and Don Henley. The 1993 A&M Records release Tuesday Night Music Club, recorded with an ad hoc group of Los Angeles songwriters and session virtuosos, introduced her signature blend of rock, pop and country; the album's first two singles struggled to attract an audience, but the smash "All I Wanna Do" and "Strong Enough" made Crow a superstar.
Crow's subsequent albums include a self-titled 1996 effort as well as 1998's The Globe Sessions and 2002's C'mon C'mon. She has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, wInning nine Grammy Awards along the way.