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Stars and the City: Sheryl Crow’s New York

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|by Jeryl Brunner |

In October, the nine-time Grammy winner is teaming up with eBay For Charity to launch an auction of more than 100 fashionable items from her closet. A ten-year breast cancer survivor and fierce advocate for raising awareness, 100% of the proceeds will go

I love New York. I feel very at home in the city. I spent a lot of years there living in the Noho area and I was very good friends with the firemen at the fire station near my house. I love the people. There are so many things about New York I love.

Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow

What do you love about New York City? 

1. I love walking in the Village and Noho and just feeling the diversity that exists — seeing people on the streets, conversing and eating dinner. Also, a lot of my favorite artists, like Bob Dylan, came up performing in the Village. It’s a very inspiring place.

2. I have great memories of going to Lucky Strike. I love the mashed potatoes — and meeting friends there.

3. I also have great memories of making my record in the Meatpacking District, which is where my studio was at the time. Back then, it was a very seedy area; now, it’s very trendy. But I have great memories of being there.

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