Meet Sheryl Crow’s son Wyatt Steven Crow: Age, Height, Father


Who is Wyatt Steven Crow?

American celebrity family member Wyatt Steven Crow was born under the zodiac sign Taurus on 29 April 2007, in the USA. He’s probably only known for being an adopted son of Sheryl Suzanne Crow, a famous American singer-songwriter and musician; he’s being raised without a father, as Sheryl doesn’t want a man in her life.

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Early life and parents

Wyatt’s being raised in Nashville, Tennessee by his adoptive mother; Suzanne adopted Wyatt only a month after he was born, while she had previously been there in the delivery room to cut the umbilical cord. It was in 2010 that Sheryl adopted another boy Levy, born in April 2009.

Wyatt’s currently attending a local high school in Nashville, and seems to be into various activities as he enjoys playing baseball and soccer with his peers, as well as singing and appearing in school plays. He was until recently quite active on Instagram, with more than 1,000 people following him on the network; Wyatt’s deactivated his account for unknown reasons but his fans are expecting his swift return.

He should be matriculating in 2025, and it’s widely believed that Wyatt will then attend college.


Net worth, height and age

Wyatt’s age is 16. He has brown eyes and hair, weighs around 130lbs (60kgs) and is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall.

His mother Sheryl’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $70 million, as of February 2024.

Who is his mother Sheryl?

Famous American singer-songwriter Sheryl Suzanne Crow was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on 11 February 1962, in Kennett, Missouri USA. She’s released 11 studio albums, which incorporate elements of various music genres, including blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll; Sheryl’s been nominated for 32 Grammys, winning nine, and her albums have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. In 2023, she was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.

Sheryl was raised in Kennett alongside her younger brother Steven and two older sisters Karen and Kathy, by their father Wendell Watt Crow who was a trumpet player and attorney, and mother Bernice (nee Cain) who was a piano teacher. Sheryl was mostly into sports while attending Kennett High School as she was an all-state track athlete, and a majorette; she was a member of the school organization National Honor Society, and was crowned Paperdoll Queen at a local beauty pageant.

Upon matriculating in 1980, Sheryl enrolled at University of Missouri, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in music education in 1984; during her time at college, she was a member of the band Cashmere, the Omicron Delta Kappa Society and the Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity for Women.


Sheryl’s career was launched in the first half of the ‘90s, and she quickly gained recognition with her debut album “Tuesday Night Music Club”, released in 1993. The album’s several hit songs, including “All I Wanna Do” made her popular overnight; the single became a massive hit and earned Sheryl three Grammy Awards in 1995, including for Record of the Year.

“Tuesday Night Music Club” showcased Sheryl’s ability to blend rock, folk and pop elements, and its success established her as a rising star in the music industry, as it went on to be certified multi-platinum; the album was recorded in collaboration with the Tuesday Night Music Club, a group of musicians Sheryl formed during the album’s creation.

She continued to captivate audiences with her second album “Sheryl Crow”, which came out in 1996. The album displayed a more polished sound, incorporating elements of blues and country; songs such as “If It Makes You Happy” and “Everyday Is a Winding Road” became radio hits and earned Sheryl Grammy nominations.

As she started recording her third studio album “The Globe Sessions”, Sheryl began experimenting with a more pop-oriented sound; the album was released in 1998 and garnered critical acclaim, as well as earned two Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song “Sweet Child o’ Mine”.

The first half of the 2000s saw the release of Sheryl’s fourth album “C’mon, C’mon”, which featured collaborations with artists such as Stevie Nicks, Don Henley and Emmylou Harris, and which embraced a more rock-oriented sound; the single “Soak Up the Sun” became a hit, ranking high on several charts.


Sheryl’s fifth studio album “Wildflower” came out in 2005 and marked a return to her earlier sounds; the album featured introspective and reflective lyrics, displaying a more personal side of the singer. “Wildflower” didn’t achieve the same commercial success as some of Sheryl’s previous albums, but was still praised for its sound and originality.

In 2008, Sheryl released her sixth album “Detours”, which took a political and socially conscious turn; the songs delved into issues such as war, environmental concerns and personal struggles, marking a departure from her previous work, showcasing her willingness to use her popularity for commentary and raising awareness.

Her seventh album “Home for Christmas” was also released in 2008, but gained less attention than her previous albums.

Sheryl continued to evolve as an artist, exploring new music territories in her eighth album “100 Miles from Memphis”, released in 2010; drawing inspiration from the music of the American South, the album embraced a soulful and R&B-infused sound.

Her ninth album “Feels Like Home” came out in 2013 and marked a venture into country music; Sheryl’s exploration of the country genre was well-received, further expanding her musical repertoire.

She released her 10th album “Be Myself”, in 2017, a return to her rock and pop roots; the album addressed contemporary societal issues and featured a similar sound to her earlier work.


The year 2019 saw the release of Sheryl’s 11th studio album “Threads”, and then revealed that she would no longer be releasing new albums, however, she changed her mind in 2023 and is currently working on her 12th album “Evolution”, set to be released on 29 March 2024.

In addition to her studio albums, Sheryl’s released compilation albums and live recordings, and has contributed to numerous soundtracks. She’s also made notable contributions to the film industry, and making guest appearances in various TV series, such as “Cougar Town”, “Cop Rock” and “30 Rock”.

Martha Clifford
Martha Clifford
As an Author at Net Worth Post, I guide a dedicated team in the art of revealing the stories behind the world's most influential personalities. Fueled by a relentless curiosity and a knack for uncovering hidden stories, I immerse myself in the intricacies of our subjects' lives, weaving together accurate data and compelling narratives. My involvement spans the entire editorial process, from the seed of research to the final flourish of publication, ensuring that every article not only educates but also captivates and motivates our audience. At Net Worth Post, we are committed to providing thorough investigations into the net worth and life achievements of innovators across diverse sectors such as technology, culture, and social entrepreneurship. My method merges meticulous research with eloquent storytelling, designed to bridge the gap between our readers and the remarkable individuals who redefine our tomorrow. Through spotlighting their journeys to success, the hurdles they've surmounted, and their contributions to society, we aim to give our readers a deep and inspiring insight into the luminaries who are paving the way for progress and ingenuity in the modern era.


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