List of awards and nominations received by Sheryl Crow

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Sheryl Crow awards and nominations
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Sheryl Crow performing live in 2006

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 16 51
Footnotes

Sheryl Crow is an American singer-songwriter. She has released nine studio albums: Tuesday Night Music Club (1993), Sheryl Crow (1996), The Globe Sessions (1998), C'mon C'mon (2002), Wildflower (2005), Detours (2008), Home for Christmas (2008), 100 Miles from Memphis (2010) and Feels Like Home (2013).[1] Her compilation and specialty albums include Sheryl Crow and Friends: Live from Central Park (1999), The Very Best of Sheryl Crow (2003), Live at Budokan (2003), iTunes Originals – Sheryl Crow (2006) and Hits & Rarities (2007).[1] All of her albums were released through A&M Records, with the exception of C'mon C'mon and Feels Like Home, which were released through Interscope Records and Warner Bros., respectively. All of Crow's studio albums have reached Top 10 positions on the Billboard 200, three of which reached peak positions of #2 (C'mon, C'mon, Wildflower, and Detours).[2] Crow's singles that have charted on the Billboard Hot 100 include "Leaving Las Vegas", "All I Wanna Do", "Strong Enough", "Can't Cry Anymore", "If It Makes You Happy", "Everyday Is a Winding Road", "My Favorite Mistake", "Anything but Down", "Soak Up the Sun", "Steve McQueen", "The First Cut Is the Deepest", "Good Is Good", "Always on Your Side" (with Sting), "Love Is Free", "Easy" and her renditions of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" and Bill Withers' "Lean On Me" (with Kid Rock and Keith Urban).[3][4]

For her debut album, Crow received five nominations for the Grammy Awards of 1995, winning three awards (Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Record of the Year for "All I Wanna Do" and Best New Artist). Crow has won a total of 9 Grammy Awards from 32 nominations, and has also been awarded by the American Music Awards, ASCAP Awards, Orville H. Gibson Awards, and People's Choice Awards. Other recognitions include an honorary degree from Southeast Missouri State University and inclusions on music lists created by VH1 and Entertainment Weekly. Overall, Crow has received 16 awards from 51 nominations.

Academy of Country Music Awards

The Academy of Country Music Awards were first held in 1966, honoring the industry's accomplishments during the previous year. It was the first country music awards program held by a major organization. Nomination categories include male and female vocalists, albums, videos, songs and musicians.[5] Crow has received one nomination and one win.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2007 Building Bridges (with Brooks & Dunn and Vince Gill) Vocal Event of the Year Won [5]
2014 Sheryl Crow Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [5]

American Country Awards

The American Country Awards is an annual country music awards show, entirely voted on by fans online. Created in 2010 by the Fox Network, the awards honor country music artists for singles, albums, music videos and touring categories.[6] Crow has received two nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2013 Sheryl Crow Artist of the Year: Female Nominated [7]
"Easy" Single of the Year: Female Nominated

American Music Awards

The American Music Awards were created by Dick Clark in 1973 to honor popular musicians from various genres of music and to "put audiences in touch with the latest phenomena in American music".[8] Initial nominees are selected from data compiled by the music industry trade publication, Radio & Records and Nielsen SoundScan, an information system that tracks retail music sales. Top nominees are determined from a national sampling of 15,000 people, and a winner is decided by online voting of the American public.[8] Crow has received three awards from three nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2003 Sheryl Crow Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won [9]
2004 Sheryl Crow Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won [10]
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won

ASCAP Pop Music Awards

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a non-profit performance rights organization that protects its members' musical copyrights by monitoring public performances of their music, whether via a broadcast or live performance, and compensating them accordingly.[11] ASCAP honors the year's most performed songs from its members in a series of annual awards shows in several different music categories.[12] Crow has received one award.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2005 "The First Cut Is the Deepest" Most Performed Song Won [12]

BRIT Awards

The BRIT Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's (BPI) annual pop music awards.[13] Crow has received one award from two nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
1997 Sheryl Crow Best International Female Solo Artist Won [14]
1999 Sheryl Crow Best International Female Solo Artist Nominated [15]

CMT Music Awards

The CMT Music Awards is a fan-voted awards show for country music videos and television performances. The awards ceremony is held every year in Nashville, Tennessee, and broadcast live on CMT. Voting takes place on CMT's website, CMT.com. Crow has received one nomination.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2014 "Easy" Female Video of the Year Nominated [16]

Daytime Emmy Awards

The Daytime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the New York–based National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Los Angeles–based Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in recognition of excellence in American daytime television programming. Crow has received one nomination in the category "Outstanding Original Song".[17]

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2013 "This Day" Outstanding Original Song Nominated [18]

Golden Globes Awards

The Golden Globe Awards are presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) to recognize outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry, both domestic and foreign, and to focus wide public attention upon the best in film and television. The formal ceremony and dinner at which the awards are presented is a major part of the film industry's awards season, which culminates each year with the Academy Awards.[19] Crow has been nominated twice.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
1997 "Tomorrow Never Dies" Best Original Song Nominated [20]
2006 "Try Not to Remember" Best Original Song Nominated [21]

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States for outstanding achievements in the music industry. Often considered the highest music honor, the awards were established in 1958.[22] Crow has received 9 awards from 32 nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
1995 Sheryl Crow Best New Artist Won [23]
"All I Wanna Do" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won
Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year Nominated [24]
"I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated
1997 Sheryl Crow Best Rock Album Won [23]
"If It Makes You Happy" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won
1998 "Everyday Is a Winding Road" Record of the Year Nominated [25]
1999 The Globe Sessions Album of the Year Nominated [26]
Best Rock Album Won [23]
Producer of the Year Nominated [27]
"My Favorite Mistake" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [26]
"There Goes the Neighborhood" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated
"Tomorrow Never Dies" Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or TV Nominated [28]
2000 "Sweet Child O' Mine" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won [23]
2001 "There Goes the Neighborhood" (live) Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won
"Strong Enough" (with Dixie Chicks) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [29]
"The Difficult Kind" (with Sarah McLachlan) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2002 "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated [30]
2003 "Flesh and Blood" (with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Emmylou Harris) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [31]
C'mon C'mon Best Rock Album Nominated
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Nominated
"Steve McQueen" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won [23]
"Soak Up the Sun" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [31]
"It's So Easy" (with Don Henley) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2005 "The First Cut Is the Deepest" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [32]
2006 "Building Bridges"
(with Brooks & Dunn and Vince Gill)
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [33]
"Good Is Good" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [34]
Wildflower Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
2007 "You Can Close Your Eyes" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [35]
"Always on Your Side" (with Sting) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2009 Detours Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [36]

MTV Video Music Awards

Originally beginning as an alternative to the Grammy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards were established in the end of the summer of 1984 by MTV[37] to celebrate the top music videos of the year. Crow has been nominated once.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
1994 "Leaving Las Vegas" Best Female Video Nominated [38]

Orville H. Gibson Awards

The Orville H. Gibson Awards, named after the luthier who founded the Gibson Guitar Corporation, recognize guitar players for their artistic accomplishments and to "honor musicians who reflect the spirit of Orville H. Gibson and his belief in quality, prestige and innovation".[39] Award nominees are chosen by a panel of editors from guitar magazines, with winners determined by music critics from around the United States.[40] Crow has received one award from four nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2000 Sheryl Crow Best Female Acoustic Guitarist Won [40]
2001 Sheryl Crow Best Female Rock Guitarist Nominated [41]
2002 Sheryl Crow Best Female Acoustic Guitarist Nominated [42]
2003 Sheryl Crow Best Female Acoustic Guitarist Nominated [39]

People's Choice Awards

The People's Choice Awards were created in 1975 by producer Bob Stivers to recognize America's favorite film, movie, television and pop culture stars. In the past, the People's Choice Awards were based on Gallup polls, though online voting has decided the winners the past few years.[43] Crow has received one award from three nominations.

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref.
2005 Sheryl Crow Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated [44]
"The First Cut Is the Deepest" Favorite Remake Won
2007 "Real Gone" Favorite Song from a Movie Nominated [45]

Other recognitions

  • 1999 – Crow ranked #45 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll[46]
  • 2001 – Crow received an honorary degree during the commencement ceremony at Southeast Missouri State University[47]
  • 2002 – Crow ranked #41 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists[48]
  • 2003 – VH1's 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years included "All I Wanna Do" at #56[49]
  • 2008 – Entertainment Weekly's "100 Best Albums of the Last 25 Years" included Sheryl Crow at #39[50]
  • 2012 – Crow ranked #25 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women in Music[51]
  • 2013 – VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the '90s included "All I Wanna Do" at #61[52]
  • 2013 – Crow ranked #85 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists[53]
  • 2013 – Billboard ranked Crow #44 on Top Country Artists[54]

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