Allentown Morning Call
August 15, 2008: "Rosanne Cash’s concert Saturday night at Lehigh University was nothing less than a soul scrapbook…. Cash sang cleanly and compellingly, with moonlit heartache and lullaby yearning." Read the review
“Black Cadillac” Nominated For Grammy
Black Cadillac has been nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album, 2006
Nashville Scene 2006 Critics’ Poll
2/8/07: Nashville Scene’s Seventh Annual Country Music Critics’ Poll has named Rosanne in the Top 5 for 2006, for Best Album, Best Female Vocalist and Best Songwriter. In this prestigious poll, over 80 music critics from all over the country agreed on "the importance of five artists who once ruled the country charts but who haven’t had a Top 20 country single in almost five years. Those artists—the Dixie Chicks, Rosanne Cash, Vince Gill, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash—dominated this year’s poll."
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Billboard 2006 Year In Music: Critic’s Choice
Billboard has named Black Cadillac one of year’s 10 Best Albums. The list
Black Cadillac Named One of The Best Releases of 2006 by Performing Songwriter
Black Cadillac has been included on two editors’ lists as one of the top albums of the year:
"Rosanne’s lyrical depth is profound, and this album showcases that fact. These songs moved me on a very personal level."—editor & publisher Lydia Hutchinson
Read the entire "Best of 2006" feature on www.performingsongwriter.com
State of Mind magazine
October 6, 2006, Concert Review: "Rosanne Cash’s Black Cadillac is an absolutely stunning piece of work. A meditation on life and death, as universally and emotionally resonant as Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks, this January 2006 album was the focus of Cash’s performance on October 6 at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Vermont." Read the review
Sept 5, 2006, Concert Review: " ‘In writing about loss, I discovered what remains,’ said Rosanne Cash, shortly after beginning a mixed-media performance Saturday night at Dominican University’s Lund Auditorium in River Forest. Her statement set the mood for what became a highly personal, soul-searching journey."
Rave Reviews for Black Cadillac
Spring 2006: The critics are unanimous in their praise for Rosanne’s new release, Black Cadillac. The New York Times says "characteristic sense of craft and precision…kaleidoscopic range of experiences," Newsweek says "best album she’s ever made," Rolling Stone says "best and darkest since Interiors."