Ever since her first album, "Tuesday Night Music Club," was released in 1993, Sheryl Crow’s classic roots rock has been an international success. This superstar has performed with musical greats, like Michael Jackson, Sting, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder and Don Henley, in the past, and she has won nine Grammys, including Best New Artist, Best Female Rock Vocal and Record of the Year. “All I Wanna Do,” “Leaving Las Vegas,” “My Favorite Mistake” and “Picture,” her collaboration with Kid Rock, are some of her best known tunes. If you can score a ticket to a Sheryl Crow concert, you’ll be rewarded with both her newer tunes and old classics. Known for her unbelievable vocal range and insightful songwriting, she has a tendency to put some R&B flair into her songs when she performs live. Being a seasoned professional, she knows how to pick her backup musicians too, and the instrumentation helps ignite her music. Her personality shines through onstage, even more so than on her records. In September 2013, Crow released a new album, "Feels Like Home," which became her ninth album to hit the Top 10 charts. Sheryl Crow was born to musical parents in Missouri and got her start writing songs and studying music at the University of Missouri. She went on tour with Michael Jackson as a backup singer on his Bad tour, then performed solo for awhile before she recorded "Tuesday Night Music Club" with a group of industry pros who helped her cultivate the bluesy rock sound she is known for. The album was a mega success, and her eponymous follow-up, which had the singles “If It Makes You Happy” and “Everyday Is A Winding Road,” went triple platinum a few years later. A seasoned musician and a warm and sultry performer, this is one artist who has earned her keep on the musical stage.