Sheryl Crow is an American rock singer who was heavily influenced by country and folk music during the 1990s. Crow started her career in 1987, when Michael jackson hired her as background singer for his first world tour. Shortly after, A&M Records signed her and produced her first solo album which was never released. In 1993, her single "All I Wanna Do" topped the charts worldwide. At that time, she was still working with her band, Tuesday Night Music Club. Shortly after the album release, Crow parted ways with the band. Since then, her music style has been ever-changing and flows from country to rock to electronic. Crow also recorded the title song for Tomorrow Never Dies, the James Bond saga, in 1997.