If there was any artiste that gave me pure inspiration in my twenties, it would be Sheryl Crow. Her 1993 debut, Tuesday Night Music Club was what made my hour long bus rides worth every minute just listening in to her awesome vocals.

Sheryl Crow's Tuesday Night Music Club had earned her seven times platinum, three Grammys for Best New Artist, Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the classic 'All I Wanna Do.' Even watching her on the MTV was so good that each time her video comes up, I'd leave everything aside to listen to that.

In 1996, she also earned more platinums (triple) for 'If It Makes You Happy,' and voted Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. Two years later, another platinum for The Globe Sessions (Best Rock Album Grammy), with 'Everyday is a Winding Road' and 'My Favourite Mistake' making it to the Top 20 of pops. She was undoubtedly the people's favourite Rock Idol.

Along the years, her other albums, C'mon C'mon and The Very Best of Sheryl Crow, garnered platinums again with more of her songs that always stayed within the top 20 and not to forget her Grammy awards for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.

Her new album Detours, marks on a new path of life about new beginnings and letting go reflects on her personal life journey ranging from an end of a relationship, her child she adopted, being open about her recent experience with breast cancer, war in Iraq and more about the world and environment. This will appeal to those who have grown up listening to her music and has also sobered down to life yet still maintain that exclusivity of her signature vocals and styles she always shines.

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