During that time the two had a brief fling, claims a friend of Rock – but they kept it secret.
Then in a 2004 interview, Crow denied ever dating the rapper, but added: “I really love him – he’s a good boy.” The two went on to other projects, but the embers never quite cooled, revealed Rock’s pal, who says the two occasionally enjoy hush-hush get-togethers in Nashville.
“They were certainly raising eyebrows,” declared an eyewitness.
' Ingrid Sheaffer caught up with Crow to discuss her role as lead ambassador for St. Whenever we see someone on the street that needs help, I give him the money to give the person so he understands that wherever the opportunity is to help someone, no matter what their situation is, if you have the means and ability to help, you should help. We've gone to every water park, every reptile garden, every zoo, and every kids' museum, and Mount Rushmore. SC: I've been writing, and I feel great about it. I have a lot of friends there and I love the music and the music scene there. When you're out with kids, it's different.
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.
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.
When Rock learned that Crow covered "Feel Like Makin' Love" at a show in New York, the red-blooded American Bad Ass turned green with envy.
"Ahh, I hate you," he jokingly told his collaborator. " Crow beating him to the punch didn't prevent Rock from laying down the music, and the two soon recorded the vocals together.