Sheryl Suzanne Crow is an American singer, musician, songwriter, film score composer, record producer, actor, voice actor and political activist. Born on February 11, 1962, while in high school, she was an accomplished track athlete. She realized a dream as she adopted two sons and is a very busy single mother who feels even more grateful for her life after having treatment for breast cancer in 2006.
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Beginning her singing career with ad jingles for such clients as McDonalds and Toyota, she then toured as a backup singer for Michael Jackson’s “Bad World” tour in 1987-1989. She became an international singing star when “Tuesday Night Music Club”, her debut album, sold more than seven million copies in the 1990s in the U.S. and the U.K. She was uniquely able to blend pop, rock and country music. Sheryl has an estimated net worth of $40 million from being one of the most popular and active American female vocalists. She has received nine Grammys and numerous nominations including for the James Bond feature film, “Tomorrow Never Dies” theme song in 1997.
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Although Sheryl considers Tennessee her home, she also has an eleven-acre Hollywood Hills home in Los Angeles, which, as of October of 2013, had a price tag lowered by $3 million to $12.495 million. Featured in “Architectural Digest” in March 2011, the property contains a Spanish colonial main residence, a 1909 bungalow guest house, a 19th-century cottage, an infinity pool, an outdoor kitchen/barbecue area, hiking trails and a playground. Lush landscaping gives complete privacy without sacrificing ocean and canyon views. The property she first moved to in Nashville, a 150-acre farm, is also on the market and is listed for $5.8 million.