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Treat yourself, your friends and family to a memory that will last a lifetime with Sheryl Crow tickets at Barry's tickets.com Sheryl Crow has achieved a multitude of success with only 2 albums. She is what some would say a "one of a kind rock star." Sheryl added a whole new flavor to modern pop and rock music with her incredibly marketable success. Portraying the image of the dreamer who only wants to play the guitar and roam the world, Sheryl "the rebel" brought with her an originality unseen in the music industry. Her smoky voice and sensual wzy of playing guitar has us hooked.
Sheryl's parents, Wendell and Bernice Crow were also linked to the music industry. Her dad used to play the trumpet in swing bands in his prime, although he did move on to become a lawyer. Sheryl however, requested that he play a piece from her debut album on the A&M label, which he did with much success. Her mom is a piano teacher, so it's no wonder that Sheryl, and her 2 sisters, were all musically literate. But there was something special about Sheryl from the start. Her parents saw it, and now the whole world can see it. In high school, Sheryl was a very busy girl - she was a cheerleader, played piano, and studied for classes. She later attended the University of Missouri in Columbia and majored in music, to no one's surprise. During college, Crow began gaining some real musical experience by performing with a rock & roll cover band named Cashmere. After that, Sheryl became qualified to write, compose, and teach music. Once she graduated from college, however, Sheryl decided to teach music to elementary school children.
Because Crow wanted to have a soaring career in the world of music, Sheryl packed her bags and moved to Los Angeles in 1986. At 1st, as is the case with most struggling artists, she took jobs like waitressing and singing in television commercials. Soon after, Sheryl got her big break after she sneaking into an audition where Michael Jackson was auditioning backup singers. Crow got the part and went on the 2 year Bad tour. After the Bad tour came to an end, she later toured in the End of the Innocence tour with Don Henley. Whilst being a backup singer, Crow began gaining necessary studio experience and also wrote songs that established artists like Celine Dion and Wynonna Judd. When a producer named of Hugh Padgham heard Sheryl sing in the studios, Crow career took a turn in the right direction. Soon after, Padgham submitted her demo tape to A&M and a star was born. After being invited to join a weekly jam with musicians David Gilbert, Bill Bottrell, and David Baerwald, The Tuesday Night Music Club had come into effect. Their casual jam sessions ultimately created the song "Leaving Las Vegas" which appeared on her 1rst album (which was released in '93). Her 1rst album Tuesday Night Music Club burned up the charts and her fame began to escalate quickly. Unfortunately, Sheryl and Bill Bottrell began squabbling over the production of her 2nd album Sheryl, finally ended up producing the album herself self titled Sheryl Crow and Sheryl was on her way. Sheryl Crow has long reflected the musical passions that inspired her back when she was growing up in Kennett, MO. Crow has continued to explore her passions and define her voice, staking her turf as a singer/songwriter. Now with her latest hit single "Summer Day" off her newest album "100 Miles From Memphis" Crow has reemerged as a definite queen of rock. We certainly haven't heard the last of Sheryl as her albums continues to burn up the charts. Order Sheryl Crow tickets at Barry's tickets.com and experience the magic of Sheryl Crow at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles today!