Sheryl Crow Awards



  • Sheryl Crow
    • Famous as : Blues rock singer, songwriter
    • Birth Name : Sheryl Suzanne Crow
    • Birth Date : February 11, 1962
    • Birth Place : Kennett, Missouri, USA
    • Spouse : -
    • Claim to Fame : Single "All I Wanna Do" (1994)

Awards

  • Academy of Country Music Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for ACM Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • 2011
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • 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 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "What You Give Away"
    • shared with Vince Gill
    • 2007
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Building Bridges"
    • shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Kid Rock
  • American Music Awards

    • 2004
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Kid Rock
    • 2004
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Kid Rock
    • 2003
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Kid Rock
  • BMI Awards

    • 1998
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop Songwriter of the Year
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Jeffrey Trott
  • Brit Awards

    • 1999
    • Won Brit Award 
    • Best International Female Solo Artist
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Jeffrey Trott
  • California Music Awards

    • 2003
    • Got nomination for California Music Award 
    • Outstanding Female Vocalist
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Jeffrey Trott
  • CMT Music Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for CMT Music Award 
    • Female Video of the Year
    • for "Easy"
    • shared with Jeffrey Trott
    • 2011
    • Got nomination for CMT Music Award 
    • Collaborative Video of the Year
    • for "Coal Miner's Daughter"
    • shared with Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for CMT Music Award 
    • 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 
    • 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 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Picture"
    • shared with Kid Rock
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song - Motion Picture (form movie "Home of the Brave" (2006))
    • for "Try Not to Remember"
    • shared with Kid Rock
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • 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 
    • 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 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album
    • for "Detours"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Always On Your Side"
    • shared with Sting
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "You Can Close Your Eyes"
    • shared with Sting
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "Good Is Good"
    • shared with Sting
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album
    • for "Wildflower"
    • shared with Sting
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
    • for "Building Bridges"
    • shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"
    • shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill
    • 2003
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "Steve McQueen"
    • shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Album
    • for "C'Mon C'Mon"
    • shared with Brooks & Dunn; Vince Gill
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Flesh And Blood"
    • shared with Mary Chapin Carpenter; Emmylou Harris
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "Soak Up The Sun"
    • shared with Mary Chapin Carpenter; Emmylou Harris
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "It's So Easy"
    • shared with Don Henley
    • 2002
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "Long Gone Lonesome Blues"
    • shared with Don Henley
    • 2001
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "There Goes The Neighborhood"
    • shared with Don Henley
    • 2001
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "The Difficult Kind"
    • shared with Sarah McLachlan
    • 2001
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Strong Enough"
    • shared with Dixie Chicks
    • 2000
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
    • for "Sweet Child O' Mine"
    • shared with Dixie Chicks
    • 1999
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Album
    • for "The Globe Sessions"
    • shared with Dixie Chicks
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • 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 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Tomorrow Never Dies"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "There Goes The Neighborhood"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "The Globe Sessions"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "My Favorite Mistake"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "Everyday Is A Winding Road"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1997
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "If It Makes You Happy"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1997
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Album
    • for "Sheryl Crow"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1995
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "All I Wanna Do"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1995
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best New Artist
    • for "All I Wanna Do"
    • shared with Mitchell Froom
    • 1995
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "All I Wanna Do"
    • shared with Bill Bottrell
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female
    • for "I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday"
    • shared with Bill Bottrell
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • 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 
    • Best Song Performance - Female
    • for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"
    • shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper
  • MTV Video Music Awards

    • 1994
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "Leaving Las Vegas"
    • shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper
  • Orville H. Gibson Guitar Awards

    • 2000
    • Won Orville H. Gibson Guitar Award 
    • Best Acoustic Guitarist (Female)
    • for "Leaving Las Vegas"
    • shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Orville H. Gibson Guitar Award 
    • Best Rock Guitarist (Female)
    • for "Leaving Las Vegas"
    • shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper
  • People's Choice Awards

    • 2005
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Remake
    • for "The First Cut Is The Deepest"
    • shared with David Baerwald; Bill Bottrell; Wynn Cooper


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