Singer Sheryl Crow says she relocated from Los Angeles to Nashville because she grew tired of the paparazzi.
The 51-year-old has revealed that she made the big move to get away from the photographers who used to make her life a misery, reports contactmusic.com.
"One of the grandest things about living here is getting to be in my line of work, and getting to have my kids and myself have a normal life," The Tennesseean newspaper quoted Crow as saying.
"Celebrity is tantamount in Los Angeles, and it's not here, and I think celebrity and fame have done a disservice to artistry.
"In this community, family is the most important thing, and privacy rates way up there... I don't think the community here would allow something like paparazzi everywhere," she added.
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