Sheryl Crow Reflects on Her Amazing Career Moments and Her Famous Friendships (Exclusive)

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Sheryl Crow Reflects on Her Amazing Career Moments and Her Famous Friendships (Exclusive)

it’s plain to see Sheryl Crow He’s come a long way since working as an elementary school music teacher in Fenton, Missouri.

The 62-year-old singer sat down with ET for a retrospective, where she looked back at some of the most iconic moments from her long career since releasing her debut studio album. tuesday night music clubTo release their eleventh full-length studio album in 1993, Development, in March.

Although Crow’s career began in the ’90s before she even released her debut album, the mother of two first achieved mainstream success when her single, “All I Want” was released a year after the album’s release. Du” started gaining popularity.

Reflecting on the song’s surprise success, Crowe told ET that he initially saw “All I Wanna Do” as a song suitable for a “B side” rather than a release single.

“I thought it shouldn’t go on the record and my brother, who was in college at the time, said, ‘Our favorite song is ‘All I Wanna Do,’ and he said, ‘You have to put that on the record,’ Crowe recalls his reluctance to record the song. “And then it became a biggest hit!”

“All I Want To Do” became tuesday night music clubbreakout hit of, Reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 For six consecutive weeks. It is still Crow’s biggest American hit, and it earned the singer Grammy Awards in 1995 for Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. The single was also nominated for Song of the Year.

Crowe remembers hearing the song for the first time after its release while driving back from the dentist. “I was driving through Beverly Hills, coming back from the dentist, when I heard it on the radio and, literally, when you hear yourself on the radio you just want to roll down your window and look at the people going. But want to shout, ‘That’s me,’ that’s me, that’s me,” she quips.

She adds, “The song felt great, you know, and it captured what was authentic at that moment for L.A. in the ’90s.” “But yeah, I really didn’t think the song was that great and then again, who knew?”

When Crowe isn’t racking up Grammys for her beloved music — of which she’s won 9 out of 19 total nominations — she’s making appearances on everyone’s favorite TV show with her famous friends.

One such appearance was his stint as a consultant to the team. blake shelton on season 4 of sound in 2013.

Crowe revealed that he was asked to be a coach on the NBC singing competition series when the show was being developed before its premiere in 2011. But the Nashville resident had no interest in moving to Los Angeles, where the show is filmed.

“Basically, I felt like I didn’t want to move back to L.A. lock, stock and barrel, I had two little boys [and] I wanted them to live a relatively normal life for me,” she shares. “I can’t hope to do that again; I mean, they’re teenagers 1712013686″I don’t want to waste any time getting away from them, and they’re not going to budge.”

Still, Crowe couldn’t praise his good friend enough for bringing him on the show. “I like Blake [and] Having him want me to come too – I mean, he can have anyone so that’s a huge compliment!”

Blake Shelton and Sheryl Crow on ‘The Voice’ Trey Patton/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

It’s no surprise that Crowe prioritizes her sons’ needs over any possible opportunity, the singer has been very vocal about her struggles with being in the spotlight and wanting to maintain peace in her family’s life.

Crowe adopted his sons, 16-year-old Wyatt and 13-year-old Levi, in 2007 and 2010, respectively.

Back in 2022, ET spoke to Crowe ahead of the release of his documentary, SherylDuring which the singer not only recalled her struggles with mental health but also talked about living in the limelight.

Crowe said of the Showtime documentary, “It’s an interesting thing to me. Making this documentary felt like I was watching someone else’s life again.” “Now that I think about it it seems so strange, because this morning I woke up, I took my kids to school. I have a sick horse, so we had to schedule my horse boarding yesterday. This is my life now, and I love my life.”

She added, “When I think back to before I moved here and adopted my kids – I had parties for the Rolling Stones at my house. John Travolta would be there, Gwyneth. That was my life, and my life in that world. , and I loved it. There was a lot of pressure that goes along with being an artist, entering my forties and everyone on the radio was in their teens, this was during the Britney, Christina Aguilera , and now I’m turning 40. Then suddenly you’re not relevant anymore.”

While Crowe’s daily life has changed, she has completely taken a break from the fame, which she is beginning to share with her sons. there were two When he was inducted, from his mother’s side In Rock and Roll Hall of Fame In November 2023.

Sheryl Crow with her sons Wyatt and Levi at the 38th Annual Rock & Roll; Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony – Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images

When Crowe was asked how the boys view their fame, she told ET, “I think they think their mom is cool if she keeps a low profile and doesn’t embarrass them.” “You know, they’re teenagers, but I think they’re proud of me. They came to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and I think it was really the first time they got a chance to see that I Who am I? Before they come.”

She adds, “I know they’re proud of the work, and they love me, but, you know, when we’re home, we’re just like [any other] Family. I’m in the school pickup line, and I’m at the ball game, and you know, I’m doing homework with the kids, and that’s what I love. So it’s an interesting comparison.”

And Crowe isn’t planning on walking away from the music game any time soon. In-spite of this told ET in 2019 that he had predicted threads This would be their final album release, Crow. Development in March.

When asked what inspired the release following his previous comments, Crowe says that the album came about when he found himself “trying to figure out what we’re doing in our development.”

Sheryl Crow – Brent Harrington/CBS via Getty Images)

She adds: “What are we doing as a society when we are inviting AI to become the thing that informs us? I mean, we don’t even understand what the truth is anymore. And raising two kids and seeing the vitriol that goes on between us — it’s a very strange time.”

Crowe shares that as an artist, “the only thing I know how to do” is make music from my ideas. “So that’s how all these songs came about,” she explains.

From working as an elementary school music teacher in Fenton, Missouri to being a nine-time Grammy winner and being inducted into the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame, Crowe admits that looking back at her career so far “makes me a little sad. it occurs.”

She adds, “But it also reminds me of some really amazing things that I wouldn’t necessarily consider.” “There’s years of experience and first and foremost learning to maintain your authenticity as a person, not as a celebrity, not as an artist, but, you know, soul and spirit. As a living human being. It’s interesting to see it play out. I hope I’m closer to what I came out to be than what I became.”

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