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March 16, 2017


Black Cadillac to be Released on Vinyl to Commemorate 75th Anniversary of Capitol Records

Capitol Records

If you’re in search of some vinyl, look no further than Capitol Records’ release of 75 distinct albums for your turntable. Rosanne is thrilled that Black Cadillac is among Capitol Records’ 75th Anniversary Collection! Check out the complete list and read the full press release… Read More

March 7, 2017


American Masters: Patsy Cline Premieres Nationwide beginning on March 4th on PBS

Features exclusive access to the Cline estate, rare performances and new interviews with Reba McEntire, LeAnn Rimes, Kacey Musgraves, Wanda Jackson, Beverly D’Angelo and others, with narration by Rosanne Cash Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester, Virginia, Patsy Cline (September… Read More

March 7, 2017

Feature Articles

Johnny Cash’s Footsteps Lead Tourists Back in Time

Arkansas Business

The Historic Dyess Colony, the largest agricultural resettlement of the Depression-era New Deal, attracts history buffs and music fans from dozens of countries and every state, according to Ruth Hawkins, an Arkansas State University official who led the preservation effort…. Read More

March 2, 2017


Johnny Cash Heritage Festival Oct 21: Tickets on Sale Now

Rosanne Cash and Kris Kristofferson to headline the 2017 Johnny Cash Festival on Saturday October 21st Tickets are on sale now for the 2017 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. Tickets prices, including ALL performances, are $103 for premium seats and parking, $53… Read More

February 23, 2017


In Open Letter, 65 Writers and Artists Urge Trump to Reconsider Visa Ban

The New York Times

PARIS — Sixty-five writers and artists have joined with the advocacy organization PEN America to send an open letter to President Trump, criticizing his executive order banning citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States and urging against… Read More

February 15, 2017


Rosanne Cash, Kris Kristopherson to Headline Johnny Cash Heritage Festival Concert


An annual music festival to celebrate the music of the Man in Black is literally being moved to the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home…or that is, next to the home. In 2011, Arkansas State University started the process of acquiring and… Read More

February 15, 2017


Unadorned performance lets Rosanne Cash bare songs’ truths

The Columbus Dispatch

An intuitive songwriter knows how to let a song be. Rosanne Cash, accompanied only by her co-writer, producer and husband John Leventhal, mined gold with that secret last night in the Schottenstein Theatre in New Albany’s McCoy Center. The pair,… Read More

February 12, 2017


Rosanne Cash set bar high for Longworth-Anderson Series

More than 550 people gathered across Elm Street from Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine for a cosmic experience Friday night. Those folks skipped the full moon, lunar eclipse and green comet in the sky to watch Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal… Read More

February 7, 2017


In Conversation: Rosanne Cash and William Bell

The Score, Lincoln Center

Rosanne interviews R&B legend William Bell for his upcoming American Songbook performance at Lincoln Center. Read full interview here.

February 4, 2017


In Her Own Words: Rosanne Cash, Gillian Welch, Ani DiFranco, Janis Ian, Valerie June & More Share Their Passion for Guitar

Acoustic Guitar

“When the editors of Acoustic Guitar decided to carve out a special section on the topic of women, guitars, and success, I was hesitant. The sheer act of compiling women guitarists, educators, and luthiers into a segregated list implies that… Read More

January 14, 2017


Johnny Cash Heritage Festival Announces Symposium Headliners

Arkansas State University

JONESBORO — A pair of experts who have researched and authored publications about legendary singer Johnny Cash and the New Deal era will be the keynote speakers at the Johnny Cash Heritage Festival Symposium, Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 19-21, in… Read More

January 5, 2017


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

Rolling Stone

“For fools like me, who were built for the chase, it takes a right kind of woman to help you put it all in place,” Crowell sings. “It only happened one in my life but, man, you should have seen… Read More

November 14, 2016


Leonard Cohen, Vital to the End

New York Times

News of the death of Leonard Cohen, musical poet and great Canadian, hit on Thursday like a punch to the gut, an early blast of winter. We can do the Leonard Cohen thing and brood. Or we can heed this… Read More

October 28, 2016


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

Town Topics, Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946

“Of all the pieces in Sari Botton’s collection, Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers On Their Unshakable Love for New York (Touchstone 2014), Cash’s seems the most truly felt, the most perceptive. Her account of the lessons she learns as she… Read More

October 21, 2016


December 3rd Florence Alabama Preview in Billy Reid’s Journal

Billy Reid Journal

Rosanne discusses “what is it about The Shoals that’s so special..” on Billy Reid’s Journal. “So many things about the Shoals and Florence are special— in fact, it’s a real vortex of inspiration, both historically and in the present. The… Read More

October 20, 2016


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

Minnesota Public Radio

MPR News host Kerri Miller interviews Rosanne about what defines American identity. The series is based on the iconic line “Let America be the dream the dreamers dreamed” from the Langston Hughes poem “Let America Be America Again.” “I really believe… Read More

October 19, 2016


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

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Rosanne Cash gave a 90-minute exclusive interview and performed several songs at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame who honored Johnny Cash during the 21st Annual Music Masters series. The event was streamed live on

October 14, 2016


Another prize for Bob Dylan — but this one is sweetest for fans and fellow songwriters

The Washington Post

Thursday morning, just after 7, songwriter Rosanne Cash was having a cup of tea at her New York home when her husband, John Leventhal, ran downstairs “like an elephant.” “Dylan won the Nobel Prize!” he shouted. “No,” said Cash, “that… Read More

September 24, 2016

Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE: White House Senior Staff Host The Concert Across America To End Gun Violence Organizers For Discussion On Gun Violence Prevention

The Concert Across America to End Gun Violence Will Include 350 Events and over 1,000 Artists Nationwide on Sept. 25 Featuring Prominent Musicians such as Jackson Browne, Eddie Vedder, Rosanne Cash, Ryan Cabrera, Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem, Sam… Read More

September 21, 2016

Press Releases


CONCERT ACROSS AMERICA TO END GUN VIOLENCE WILL INCLUDE 350 EVENTS NATIONWIDE ON SEPT. 25 Concert Series to Kick Off in Hawaii at the Kahilu Theatre with a Sunrise Hawaiian Peace Chant More Than 1,000 Artists Will Band Together For… Read More

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