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November 18, 2014

Reviews

Cash emphasizes new songs at Sanders Theater

How good is Rosanne Cash? Well into the fourth decade of her career, she not only opened Thursday’s Celebrity Series of Boston concert at Sanders Theater with a brand new song, she proceeded to perform, in sequence, the entirety of… Read More

November 18, 2014

Announcements

THE SUNKEN LANDS Now Available!

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Check out this Special Commemorative “45” to honor and benefit the restoration of Historic Dyess Colony and the Boyhood Home of Johnny Cash. In celebration of the grand opening of the fully restored home of the Cash family (1935) and… Read More

October 23, 2014

Guest artist / Special appearances

Oct. 29: Rosanne on What Everyone’s Talking About with Abigail Pogrebin

Buy your tickets now to see an intimate discussion between Rosanne and Abigail Pogrebin on The River & The Thread. The discussion will be held at the JCC Manhattan Wednesday, 10/29 at 7:30pm. Fine more information at JCCManhattan.org and buy… Read More

October 17, 2014

Feature Articles

Rosanne Cash on Discovering New Artistic Terrain

Rosanne was honored this past Thursday, 10/16 with a Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award. Check out this feature article this November exploring Rosanne’s creative journey through The River & The Thread . Read the full article HERE

August 20, 2014

Reviews

A Southerner and an Outsider

“Some people have thought the album is just about looking into the past, but it’s really not,” Cash says. “It’s about how the past is still alive, ghosts haunt these geographical spots.” Read the full interview with Rosanne at Philly

July 31, 2014

Reviews

Rosanne Cash – St George’s, Bristol

“…she’s a storyteller at heart. Each song is introduced with a description: the opening line of ‘Etta’s Tune’ (“What’s the temperature darlin’?”) is what the bass player in Johnny Cash’s band said to his wife every morning. Ably supported by… Read More

July 13, 2014

Announcements

The 25 Best Albums of 2014 (So Far) – Paste

    “Like a good claret or damp moss, Rosanne Cash’s singing is something to sink into. Surrender to the tones—mostly dark, but marked by the occasional glimmer of light—and let the emotions they contain seep inside. …” Read more… Read More

May 30, 2014

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ON SALE NOW: The O’Shaughnessy 9/5

Join Rosanne September 5th at The O’Shaughnessy in St. Paul, MN. Tickets are freshly on sale and ready for the taking. Rosanne and band hopes to see you there! Details and tickets can be found here

May 30, 2014

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TUNE IN: Radio Bremen 6/1

If you weren’t lucky enough to be in Bremen, Germany on May 1st to see Rosanne play, all is not lost! Listen to the recording air this Sunday, June 1st at 2:05pm EST. Just go to: www.nordwestradio.de and push the… Read More

May 23, 2014

Reviews

May 13, 2014

Announcements

ROSANNE CASH NOMINATED FOR THREE AMERICANA HONORS & AWARDS – ALBUM OF THE YEAR (THE RIVER & THE THREAD), ARTIST OF THE YEAR AND SONG OF THE YEAR (“A FEATHER’S NOT A BIRD”)

  THE GRAMMY®-WINNING ARTIST IS ALSO NOMINATED FOR NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME CASH MAKES HER RETURN TO MEMPHIS WITH FREE JUNE 14 CONCERT AT HISTORIC LEVITT SHELL  TOUR INCLUDES AUGUST 9 HEADLINE SHOW AT AMERICANAFEST NYC, PART OF LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS… Read More

May 12, 2014

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Rosanne Is Thrice Honored by Americana Music Association!

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Rosanne was recognized by the Americana Music Association’s nominations today. Rosanne enjoys an Artist of the Year nomination, an Album of the Year nomination for The River & The Thread, and a Song of the Year nomination for “A Feather’s Not… Read More

May 2, 2014

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Brave at Barbican

Rosanne continues to courageously blow her audiences away with true class and skill. The Guardian reviews Rosanne’s April 30th show at London’s Barbican: After swamp-bluesy travelogue A Feather’s Not a Bird she moved on to blend country, folk, rock and… Read More

May 1, 2014

Reviews

Live Review: Barbican Hall 4/30

At the Barbican, Paul Woodgate’s review on Folk Radio UK said “There are so many emotional layers carefully peeled away on stage it’s surprising she makes it to the microphone stand wearing them all, but she treats each one with respect, graceful… Read More

May 1, 2014

Reviews

Rapturous Reception at the Barbican in London

Rosanne and the band performed in London at the Barbican on Wednesday, April 30th. David Gritten of The Telegraph reviewed the performance saying “To perform all 11 songs on your new album in sequence for the first half of a… Read More

April 30, 2014

Reviews

Dublin Spends a Weekend with Rosanne

Rosanne played Dublin last Sunday, April 27 and created a “perfect weekend” for one audience member, and we suspect, many more. Just arrived home after seeing the opening night of Rosanne’s European tour in my hometown. I’ve seen a lot… Read More

April 23, 2014

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Rosanne Chronicles Heritage Quest on last.fm

She said, “You have to love the thread.” And she wasn’t speaking in metaphors, but I took it that way, and tears came to my eyes, and I started thinking about The Thread, the thread that goes through Mississippi, and… Read More

April 23, 2014

Essays

Follow Rosanne down Money Road

Follow Rosanne’s visual storyboard on Pintrest and walk down Money Road with her: Highway 61 looms large in the imagination of musicians & in Dec ’12, John & I took the trip. We started in Memphis then Oxford & Greenwood…. Read More

April 23, 2014

Reviews

Rosanne sings Songs of the South at new SFJazz digs

Read David Wiegand’s enchanting review of Rosanne’s show at the SF Jazz Center: The Woman in Black was in a jazzy mood Thursday night as she began a four-night run in San Francisco, amused by the idea of bringing roots… Read More

April 9, 2014

Feature Articles

Oh, How Pinteresting

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Pinterest caught up with Rosanne this past Monday and spoke on musical genes, milestones, and maps. Rosanne’s advice to those with musical aspirations: … if you love it, and more than that, if it’s the reason you’re on the planet—to… Read More

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