For more than 20 years, recording artist Sheryl Crow has been wowing fans and critics alike with her talent as a singer and songwriter. But last fall, she took on another role joining you in supporting cancer research and treatment.
|Sheryl Crow: your partner in supporting City of Hope.|
A nine-time Grammy® winner and performer of hits like “All I Wanna Do” and “The First Cut is the Deepest,” Crow was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2006. Fortunately, it was caught in the early stages and she has made a full recovery.
Late last year, Crow recorded three radio spots promoting the quality research and patient care taking place every day at City of Hope. Running nationwide on Premiere Radio Networks and Movie Tunes, the spots were heard on-air and in movie theaters coast to coast. It’s estimated as many as 190 million radio listeners heard the ads.
Zach Horowitz, president of Universal Music Group and a member of City of Hope’s music and entertainment industry board, played a big role in bringing Crow into this partnership with City of Hope.
You can hear the radio spots from Sheryl Crow at www.sherylcrowforhope.org