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“Thank God they make waterproof mascara,” sings Sheryl Crow, hauntingly, on her latest album on a track about a woman trying to hide her tears. Fifteen minutes into our interview Crow takes a phone call and then collapses to the floor.
At first I think she is laughing hysterically, but the black rivulets running down her face make it clear she is weeping uncontrollably.
Friendly, easy-going company, she says it was her illness that prompted her recent shift into country music.
“When I was diagnosed with cancer I moved [from Los Angeles to Nashville] as I wanted to put down roots and nurture my life in a way that I hadn’t before.
“I have a strong sense of melancholy,” she comments later, “and I think it’s one of the reasons I wound up doing what I’m doing.
First, she sounds like an amazing friend who cares deeply about those close to her.