Rosanne Cash: The Bitter Southerner Interview


Twenty-eight years ago, after scoring 11 No. 1 country singles, Johnny Cash’s daughter left Nashville behind, tired of the industry’s limitations. Ever since, she’s lived in Manhattan, made exactly the kind of art she wanted to make, and fought publicly against gun violence. Now in her 60s, Cash no longer gives much of a damn what anyone thinks about her, and she’s crystal clear about what she wants her life to be. We visited her Manhattan home for a long conversation about life, music, and the South.

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Reed Watson