Available now, The Kate airs full 60min episode featuring Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal on The Kate website. Check your local television broadcast… MORE
With Lucinda Williams and Emmylou Harris after our first of four shows for SFJAZZ
With Karen Matheson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan at the Transatlantic Sessions show at The Town Hall, New York City, May, 2017
On CBS Morning from Rodney Crowell’s video shoot for “It Ain’t Over Yet”: Dan Knobler, Rodney Crowell, Steuart Smith, John Leventhal, John Paul White, Brian Griffin
The Kate airs full 60min episode featuring Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal
Available now on The Kate website and check your local television broadcast listings which will also be airing the episode during the month of May.
The Kate is a live music series filmed at The Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, CT
Video Premiere for Rodney Crowell’s “It Ain’t Over Yet”
Featuring Rosanne and John Paul White, read more at Rolling Stone
ROSANNE IN CONVERSATION
FAIR PLAY / FAIR PAY DAY by musicFIRST Coalition: MAY 11
A Lobby Day of Action on Capitol Hill for H.R. 1733, musicFIRST Coalition’s “Fair Play Fair Pay Act.” Watch Rosanne introduce T Bone Burnett, as they joined others including, Duke Fakir of the Four Tops, Rodney Crowell, vocalist Nona Hendryx, and rapper MURS in a show of support for the bill, which means to correct injustices within music royalty collection within the U.S.
FULL Press Conference HERE
“Cutting through the Noise: Music Royalties in the Digital Age” for National Endowment for the Arts Magazine: 2016
A talk with musician and activist Rosanne Cash and Kevin Erickson, national organizing director at the Future of Music Coalition (a nonprofit musician advocacy group) in Cutting through the Noise: Music Royalties in the Digital Age.
“Rosanne Cash and Joe Henry | Composed: The Intersection of Poetry and Song” at Los Angeles Public Library: JUN 20
Like dreams, poetry and song enter our lives by way of a mystery—unrecognized and often uninvited. Both represent the speaking of the otherwise unspeakable: the place where real truth is unencumbered by fact, time is made elastic, and narrative emerges from the abstract to tell us something of who we are. Listen in for a special evening of music and conversation with two leading voices as songwriters and authors Rosanne Cash and Joe Henry (both multi-GRAMMY Award winners) reflect on the transcendence of language through poetry and song.
LIVE from New York Public Library: APR 26
LIVE from New York Public Library Podcast with Paul Holdengräber presents Rosanne Cash discussing Shakespeare, the music of her life, and a favorite poem.
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