Sheryl Crow Is Lance Armstrong’s Ex-Fiance

October 17, 2008
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Meet Sheryl Crow, an American musician who was once engaged to seven-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong. Although the couple broke up in 2006, they still share a good chemistry. See photos, video and a biography of Sheryl here.


Sheryl recently launched a casual clothing line called Bootheel Trading Co. She has also teamed up with Whole Foods Market to develop a reusable tote for grocery shopping.

The fashion line, Bootheel Trading Co., is named after the “boot heel” of Missouri, where Crow was born. The line consists of rocker-chic T’s and an assortment of jeans. The clothes are available at Dillards.

Sheryl Crow Biography

As a biography, Sheryl Crow was born on February 11, 1962 in Kennett, Missouri so her age is 46. She attended the Southeast Missouri State University, in Cape Girardeau. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Composition and started her tryst with singing with a local band called Cashmere.

Sheryl, who was once a music teacher, started composing jingles for her school and later did the job for McDonald’s and Toyota commercials. She also toured with Michael Jackson on the BAD world tour in 1987. Her debut album was a self-titled one which was released on September 22, 1992. Although, the album was rejected by the label, Crow’s songs were leaked and were widely dispersed.

Later on, she appeared on Rolling Stone in 1993. Her theme song for James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies was nominated for Grammy Awards. She was the Best Pop Female Vocalist in 2006, 2005 and 2002.

In her personal life, Sheryl has battled with breast cancer and has started a charity organization for that also. She dated Lance from 2003 and then announced their engagement in September 2005. They split in 2006.

Crow has also worked with Reverb, a non-profit organization working to stop global warming.

More photos and a video of Sheryl Crow are below.





Sheryl Crow Video
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