Concert Across America to End Gun Violence, John Leventhal, Shawn Pelton, Rosanne, Joan Osborne at the Beacon Theatre, September 25, 2016, New York City Photo: ©John Neira


singing with T Bone Burnett, John Doe, John Paul White, Kylie Kemper at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass October 2, 2016, San Francisco, CA



pictured with Kris Kristofferson, October 29, 2016, Charleston, SC

Video Premiere for Rodney Crowell’s “It Ain’t Over Yet”

Featuring Rosanne and John Paul White, read more at Rolling Stone


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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Video Premiere: See Rodney Crowell’s New Video with Rosanne Cash, John Paul White

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“For fools like me, who were built for the chase, it takes a right kind of woman to help you… MORE


Once Upon a Time in New York City — Goodbye Checker Cabs, Hello NoMad Hotel

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Minnesota Public Radio: What it means to be an American: Artists, musicians and activists speak

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MPR News host Kerri Miller interviews Rosanne about what defines American identity. The series is based on the iconic line “Let… MORE


An Evening with Rosanne Cash at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Rosanne Cash gave a 90-minute exclusive interview and performed several songs at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame who… MORE


Rosanne pays tribute to John Prine receiving Song Lyrics Award for Literary Excellence at JFK Library

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At the JFK Library on Monday, Elvis Costello, who serves on the selection committee that also includes Bono, Rosanne Cash,… MORE


Rosanne Cash Pleads for Gun Control Reform


“What about my right not to own a gun, or are we to give up democracy and devolve into a… MORE

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