Crystal Bowersox Biography, Age, Family, Husband, Education, Career, Salary

Crystal Bowersox Biography

Crystal Lynn Bowersox is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who was the runner-up on the ninth season of American Idol. She was the first female finalist in three years. Bowersox’s debut album, Farmer’s Daughter, was released on December 14, 2010, by Jive Records. Bowersox released her second album, All That for This, on March 26, 2013.

Crystal Bowersox Age

Crystal Bowersox was born on 4, August 1985 in Elliston, Ohio, U.S.She is 33 tears of age.

Crystal Bowersox Family

Crystal Bowersox was born to Kelly Lynn Bowersox and William Lester Bowersox. Her parents divorced when she was two years old.

Crystal Bowersox Education

She attended Oak Harbor High School in Oak Harbor, Ohio and later attended the Toledo School for the Arts in Toledo, Ohio. She was in choir and played flute in the school marching band. Bowersox performed her first professional gig at the age of 10. She appeared at local bars in Toledo, most popularly Papa’s Tavern, and The Village Idiot in Maumee, Ohio.

Crystal Bowersox Husband

Bowersox and musician Brian Walker were married on October 10, 2010, at Uncommon Ground Café in Chicago, the restaurant where the couple had met six years earlier while both performing at Open Mic Night. It was announced on May 6, 2013, that they were ending their marriage.

While appearing on Good Day L.A. to promote her Christmas album on November 26, 2013, Bowersox came out as bisexual. “I have been bisexual as long as I can remember,” she said. Bowersox then performed her song “Coming Out For Christmas” which explores the subject matter.

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Crystal Bowersox career

Bowersox’s debut album, Farmer’s Daughter, was released to stores and iTunes on December 14, 2010. Bowersox performed her single “Farmer’s Daughter” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on December 16, 2010. On October 7, 2011, RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding Jive Records along with Arista Records and J Records. With the shutdown, all other artists previously signed to these three labels would see their future material released under the RCA Records brand.

However, Bowersox was not one of the artists who made the move and was instead left without a record label. She made her acting debut on a second-season episode of Body of Proof. An EP of pre-Idol recordings was called Once Upon a Time… was self-released in June 2012. She was a guest on the Blues Traveler album, Suzie Cracks the Whip, performing vocals with John Popper on the song “I Don’t Wanna Go”, and appeared with them in concert at their concert of July 4, 2012, at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado.

In October 2012, Bowersox signed a recording deal with Shanachie Records on January 7, 2013, it was confirmed that Bowersox’s second studio album, All That for This, would be released March 26, 2013. The album was produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos and features Jakob Dylan. Bowersox debuted the first single from the album, “Dead Weight”, on On Air with Ryan Seacrest on February 5, 2013. Bowersox told Seacrest, “This song means more to me than even I can completely comprehend.”

Bowersox began a headlining tour in support of the album on March 1, 2013. The band Montë Mar was her concert opener, as well as her backing band on dates through March 31, 2013. On March 25, 2013, Bowersox appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and performed her song “Movin’ On” to promote the album. It was announced here that Bowersox will play Patsy Cline in the Broadway production of Always, Patsy Cline.[It was announced on June 11, 2013, that Bowersox would be headlining the Lancaster Festival in Lancaster, Ohio on June 27, 2013

Crystal Bowersox performance

Episode Theme Song choice Original recording artist Order # Result
Audition Auditioner’s Choice “Piece of My Heart” Erma Franklin N/A Advanced
Hollywood Week First Solo “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” Aretha Franklin N/A Advanced
Hollywood Week Group Round “Get Ready” The Temptations N/A Advanced
Hollywood Week Second Solo “If It Makes You Happy” Sheryl Crow N/A Advanced
Top 24 (12 Women) Billboard Hot 100 Hits “Hand in My Pocket” Alanis Morissette 11 Safe
Top 20 (10 Women) “Long as I Can See the Light” Creedence Clearwater Revival 1 Safe
Top 16 (8 Women) “Give Me One Reason” Tracy Chapman 7 Safe
Top 12 The Rolling Stones “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” The Rolling Stones 12 Safe
Top 11 Billboard Number 1 Hits “Me and Bobby McGee” Roger Miller 5 Safe
Top 10 R&B/Soul “Midnight Train to Georgia” Cissy Houston 9 Safe
Top 9 Lennon–McCartney “Come Together” The Beatles 5 Safe
Top 91 Elvis Presley “Saved” LaVern Baker 1 Safe
Top 7 Inspirational “People Get Ready” The Impressions 7 Safe
Top 6 Shania Twain “No One Needs to Know” Shania Twain 4 Safe
Top 5 Frank Sinatra “Summer Wind” Wayne Newton 3 Safe
Top 4 Songs of the Cinema Duet “Falling Slowly” — Once with Lee DeWyze Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová 3 Safe2
Solo “I’m Alright” — Caddyshack Kenny Loggins 5
Top 3 Contestant’s Choice “Come to My Window” Melissa Etheridge 2 Safe
Judges’ Choice3 “Maybe I’m Amazed” Paul McCartney 5
Top 2 Contestant’s Choice “Me and Bobby McGee” Roger Miller 2 Runner-up
Simon Fuller’s Choice “Black Velvet” Alannah Myles 4
First Single “Up to the Mountain” Solomon Burke 6

Crystal Bowersox salary

Her estimated net worth is under review.

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