Crow, Sheryl (Suzanne)
- Colette Simonot
(b Kennett, MO, Feb 11, 1962). American singer-songwriter and musician. She holds a degree in music composition, performance, and education from the University of Missouri. After graduation she worked as an elementary school music teacher and performed with bands on the weekends. In addition to singing, she plays a number of string and keyboard instruments. She also recorded commercial jingles and provided background vocals for several artists in the 1980s, notably Michael Jackson on his Bad World Tour (1987–9). Crow’s first attempt at a debut album (1992) was never officially released but was subsequently dispersed via fan trading. In the 1990s she performed with a group known as the Tuesday Music Club, and her Grammy-winning debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club (A&M, 1993), emerged from her work with this group. Crow has won nine Grammys for her work, including the songs “All I wanna do” (...