Singer Sheryl Crow is turning 60 today!
Fans are celebrating her birthday by listening to all of her best songs, but first, let’s take a look back at Sheryl Crow’s accomplishments so far!
Sheryl Crow: What Fans Need To Know
Singer Sheryl Suzanne Crow was born on February 11, 1962, in Kennett, Missouri. Crow is a musician, singer, songwriter, and actress. Her music has incorporated styles of jazz and blues. She has released ten studio albums, four compilations, and two live albums. Crow has also contributed her iconic voice to several film soundtracks. Crow has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and has earned 9 Grammy Awards from 32 nominations.
In addition to her music career, she has made cameo appearances in many different TV shows, including “One Tree Hill,” “Saturday Night Live,” “30 Rock,” “Hannah Montana,” “The Voice” and “NCIS: New Orleans.”
In 2011, she even reached out into the world of cooking and released her recipe book “If It Makes You Healthy,” a play on her 1996 hit “If It Makes You Happy.”
Although Crow is currently single, she adopted two sons: one in May 2007 and one in June 2010. Crow and her two boys live in West Nashville, Tennessee, although she also owns a home in Destin, Florida.
Fans are celebrating her birthday by listening to all of her best songs!
‘All I Wanna Do’ (1994)
“One of the greatest songs of the ’90s!!!” one fan commented.
“Sheryl Crow. The nicest woman in the music industry,” another wrote. “Met her touring the college circuit in 1992. Been a fan ever since. This song sounds just as fresh as in did back in 1994. Timeless stuff is cool.”
“I find it incredibly adorable how Sheryl looks up at times while she sings this song,” another shared. “It is almost a look of wonder and awe. I love it. Sheryl, if you’re reading my comment, like all celebrities do, excellent job. I am a fan for life.”
‘Strong Enough’ (1994)
“Love, love, love this!” one fan wrote. “Such an under-rated Sheryl Crow track.”
“My favorite song as a little girl,” another fan shared. “Brings back so many memories dancing with my mum with no care in the world.”
Another shared, “Definitely the best track from Tuesday Night Music Club, and the rest of that album offers rather strong competition…”
‘If It Makes You Happy’ (1996)
“90’s music was simply the best… doesn’t even matter the genre!” one fan wrote.
“The little voice crack when she sings ‘happy’ makes me warm and fuzzy inside,” another commented.
“To me this is one of the best songs of all time,” another fan shared. “Her singing and the guitars are fantastic.”
‘This women’s songs have gotten me through so bad times,” another fan wrote. “She rocks.”
‘Everday Is A Winding Road (1996)
“As a trucker. I can say. I used to hate this song,” one fan recalled. “It would play on this station my trainer had on literally every three hours. But it’s grown on me over the years. Gives me a youthful nostalgia.”
“Sheryl’s music is so underrated. She is #1,” another fan commented.
“I really look up to Sheryl Crow,” another commented. “She’s such a powerful, confident, and beautiful woman.”
“I love this song so much, she describes the journey of life really well, and how she kept on truckin’.”
‘My Favorite Mistake’ (1998)
“This for me is the best song from Sheryl Crow..will never get tired of listening to this,” one fan wrote.
“I really like Sheryl Crow, and this is by far my favorite thing that she’s ever recorded,” another fan commented.
“The lyrics are poetry and I think everyone can relate to that one relationship that was messed up at least on one level,” another shared. “I personally think that makes for a great song.”
“This song is amazing,” another shared. “All her songs from this time are amazing!”
‘Soak Up The Sun’ (2002)
“One of the best lines ever! ‘It’s not having what you want, It’s wanting what you’ve got’. That’s the secret of life,” one fan wrote. “Thanks for a great tune, Ms. Crow!”
“Sheryl’s one of the coolest and well-adjusted people in music,” another fan commented. “Everyone likes to play with her, and she has become an excellent bassist, too!”
“This song takes my mind to a road I don’t recognize, with the beach visible in the distance and the sun blazing high in the sky, gleaming on the waves of the water like a sea of pure light,” another fan shared. “I wish there was more modern music that made me feel like this.”
Happy 60th birthday Sheryl Crow!