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Sheryl Crow

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Famous as :

Blues rock singer, songwriter

Birth Name :

Sheryl Suzanne Crow

Birth Date :

February 11, 1962

Birth Place :

Kennett, Missouri, USA

Claim to fame :

Single "All I Wanna Do" (1994)

Academy of Country Music Awards


2014

Got nomination for ACM Award
category Female Vocalist of the Year

2011

Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award
category Vocal Event of the Year for "Coal Miner's Daughter"
shared with Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert

2008

Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award
category Vocal Event of the Year for "What You Give Away"
shared with Vince Gill

2007

Won Academy of Country Music Award
category Vocal Event of the Year for "Building Bridges"
shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill

2003

Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award
category Vocal Event of the Year for "Picture"
shared with Kid Rock

American Music Awards


2004

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

2004

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist

2003

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

BMI Awards


1998

Won BMI Award
category Pop Songwriter of the Year
shared with Jeffrey Trott

Brit Awards


1999

Won Brit Award
category Best International Female Solo Artist

California Music Awards


2003

Got nomination for California Music Award
category Outstanding Female Vocalist

CMT Music Awards


2014

Got nomination for CMT Music Award
category Female Video of the Year for "Easy"

2011

Got nomination for CMT Music Award
category Collaborative Video of the Year for "Coal Miner's Daughter"
shared with Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert

2007

Got nomination for CMT Music Award
category Wide Open Country Video of the Year for "Always on Your Side"
shared with Sting

Country Music Association Awards


2011

Got nomination for Country Music Association Award
category Musical Event of the Year for "Coal Miner's Daughter"
shared with Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert

Country Music Associations Awards


2003

Got nomination for Country Music Associations Award
category Vocal Event of the Year for "Picture"
shared with Kid Rock

Golden Globes, USA


2007

Got nomination for Golden Globe
category Best Original Song - Motion Picture (form movie "Home of the Brave" (2006)) for "Try Not to Remember"

1998

Got nomination for Golden Globe
category Best Original Song - Motion Picture (from movie "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)) for "Tomorrow Never Dies"
shared with Mitchell Froom

Golden Satellite Awards


1998

Got nomination for Golden Satellite Award
category Outstanding Original Song (from movie "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)) for "Tomorrow Never Dies"
shared with Mitchell Froom

Grammy Awards


2009

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Album for "Detours"

2007

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Always On Your Side"
shared with Sting

2007

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female for "You Can Close Your Eyes"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Good Is Good"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Album for "Wildflower"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for "Building Bridges"
shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill

2005

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"

2003

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female for "Steve McQueen"

2003

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Album for "C'Mon C'Mon"

2003

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for "Flesh And Blood"
shared with Mary Chapin Carpenter; Emmylou Harris

2003

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female for "Soak Up The Sun"

2003

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "It's So Easy"
shared with Don Henley

2002

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Country Vocal Performance - Female for "Long Gone Lonesome Blues"

2001

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female for "There Goes The Neighborhood"

2001

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "The Difficult Kind"
shared with Sarah McLachlan

2001

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for "Strong Enough"
shared with Dixie Chicks

2000

Won Grammy Award
category Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for "Sweet Child O' Mine"

1999

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Album for "The Globe Sessions"

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)) for "Tomorrow Never Dies"
shared with Mitchell Froom

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female for "There Goes The Neighborhood"

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "The Globe Sessions"

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "My Favorite Mistake"

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "Everyday Is A Winding Road"

1997

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female for "If It Makes You Happy"

1997

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Album for "Sheryl Crow"

1995

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female for "All I Wanna Do"

1995

Won Grammy Award
category Best New Artist

1995

Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "All I Wanna Do"
shared with Bill Bottrell

1995

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female for "I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday"

1995

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for "All I Wanna Do"
shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper

Groovevolt Music and Fashion Awards


2005

Got nomination for Groovevolt Music and Fashion Award
category Best Song Performance - Female for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"

MTV Video Music Awards


1994

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Female Video for "Leaving Las Vegas"

Orville H. Gibson Guitar Awards


2000

Won Orville H. Gibson Guitar Award
category Best Acoustic Guitarist (Female)

1999

Got nomination for Orville H. Gibson Guitar Award
category Best Rock Guitarist (Female)

People's Choice Awards


2005

Won People's Choice Award
category Favorite Remake for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"

 
 
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