During an interview with Southern Living magazine, Sheryl Crow confessed that she would have been an antiques dealer if she hadn’t made it in the music business.
The interview took place at a Listening Party hosted by Southern Living and Warner Bros Records at the home of Sheryl Crow, to celebrate the launch of her country album, ‘Feels Like Home’.
Crow recently relocated to Nashville, Tennessee and talks about feeling at home there. According to Crow, she feels as though she is surrounded by other musicians and people in the music industry who treat their music as a job, and although they love what they do, will always place family first above all else.
‘Feels Like Home’ is the first album of country music for Crow, who received support from close friend Brad Paisley and his family. While the two of them share a love of music, their families are close outside the industry, with their kids often playing together. Crow spoke of what she considered Southern tradition to be, saying that she tries to raise her children in the same way that her mother brought her up. Crow added that she has a keen interest in antiques, explaining:
“If I wasn’t a musician, I would own an antiques store. I love looking for stuff with a story, especially early-American pieces.”
Many people have a keen interest in antiques, often turning their passion into a hobby rather than a career. In the UK, reputable antiques dealers can be found in Preston, with furniture items like antique bookcases being especially popular.
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