Country Pop Bites: Sheryl Crow – February 25
Did you know that on this day in Country Music History in 2013 Warner Bros. released Sheryl Crow's first solo country single, "Easy," to radio?
It's true! Check out the video!
Here are 5 interesting facts about Sheryl Crow.
- She taught music at Kellison Elementary School in Fenton, MO.
- She has written jingles for McDonald's and Toyota.
- She performed as a backup singer for George Harrison, Joe Cocker, Stevie Wonder, Rod Stewart, Don Henley and Michael Jackson.
- She received an honorary doctoral degree at Southeast Missouri State University in 2001.
- Her inspiration and lyrics for Grammy-winning hit "All I Wanna Do" came from Wyn Cooper's poem "Fun."