Sheryl crow dating history
Her hair is, by her own cheerful admission, rather like that of her great friend and mentor Stevie Nicks – in the Fleetwood Mac singer’s Seventies glory, all feathered and flouncy.She looks great for a woman half her age, and not just because she’s fresh from a morning being filmed for Country Music Television in her property’s clapboard chapel (just next to her stables, barn, another barn, office and her recording studio).Pretty much my life exists right this second, and my boys are the first thing I think of [in the morning], the last thing I think of at night, and past relationships with famous people or not famous people, with good people, with bad people, with tortured, confused people – every relationship has served a purpose in my life.” This upbeat spin, she agrees with a rueful smile, is the way you progress, and free yourself from your past. Letting go of what it is your life is supposed to look like sometimes is the most liberating moment you will ever have.” She thinks, then, that you have to “let go of it and say, ‘you know what, maybe my life is not gonna happen in the order I thought it would’.As soon as I did that, I had the opportunity to adopt my first son.
Or her new album, which is the nine-times-Grammy-winner’s first country collection.
But those are the experiences that have redefined my life.
“So talking about Lance,” she laughs drily, “it was a nanosecond in the grand scheme.
And the memory of his televised “confession” to Oprah Winfrey a year ago feels fresh. I guess if I was married to a famous person, perhaps I wouldn’t get asked about it.
Is it, I wonder, frustrating to Crow that she is forever dragged back into the controversy surrounding her ex? And she said, ‘No, you’re a woman, and people always want to know what you’re wearing and what was he like.’ ” For the record, the lean, glowing Crow is dressed down in tight jeans and loose blouse.