latest album, Detours, marked the artist’s reunion with Bill
Bottrell, who produced her sensational 1993 debut, Tuesday Night
Music Club. On the album, the fearlessly outspoken Crow
continues a journey of self-discovery that has increasingly appealed
to both the head and the heart.
Each of Crow’s
previous studio albums has charted Top 10 and earned at least
platinum certification. The seven times platinum Tuesday Night
Music Club hit #3 and earned three Grammys--Best New Artist,
Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the
classic "All I Wanna Do." The album also featured "Strong Enough,"
"Can't Cry Anymore," and "Leaving Las Vegas."
platinum Sheryl Crow (#6) earned the Grammy for Best Rock
Album and, for "If It Makes You Happy," Best Female Rock Vocal
Performance. 1998's platinum The Globe Sessions (#5) also
garnered the Best Rock Album Grammy, as its "Everyday Is A Winding
Road" and "My Favorite Mistake" both reached the Pop Top 20.
millennium brought 2002's platinum C'mon C'mon (#2), which
spawned the Top 20 "Soak Up The Sun" and earned her Crow a Best
Female Rock Vocal Performance Grammy for “Steve McQueen.” The 2003
greatest hits compilation, the four times platinum The Very Best
Of Sheryl Crow, was also a #2 charter, featuring a new
recording, a cover of Cat Stevens' "The First Cut Is The Deepest."
2005's platinum Wildflower (#2) featured the duet with Sting,
"Always On Your Side."
contributes “Murder In My Heart” to NCIS: The Official TV
Soundtrack – Vol. 2. This exclusive track will featured in a
forthcoming episode of NCIS this season.