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Rosanne Cash (2014)

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Rock's Backpages audio, 10 February 2014

The not-so-native New Yorker on her current album The River and the Thread; on rediscovering the American South, and the Tallahatchie Bridge; on being Johnny Cash's daughter; working with her husband and co-writer John Leventhal; on songwriting, and her sewing circle!

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Rosanne Cash Comes Into Her Own

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, 10 April 1981

COTATI – LONESOME steel guitar moans waver and echo throughout the Inn of the Beginning – a classic Old West watering hole 50 miles due ...

Rosanne Cash: Somewhere In The Stars (Columbia)

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, October 1982

MOST OF the songs on Somewhere In The Stars, the third album by Rosanne Cash, are about the pitfalls of contemporary liaisons, the moments when ...

Rosanne Cash: Romance, rock and realism in the new Country

Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Musician, October 1982

THE ENDURING appeal of country music has been its ability to describe the messy problems between men and women with accuracy and poignancy. For years, ...

Rosanne Cash: Wax Museum, Baltimore MA

Live Review by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore Sun, 22 October 1982

Rosanne Cash: genuine country ...

Rosanne Cash: No Cash Down

Profile and Interview by Laura Fissinger, Creem, February 1986

ROSANNE CASH, a very young and dishy 30-year-old, has just celebrated the start of her second year without drugs. "Being on drugs is like being ...

The Judds: Rockin' with the Rhythm (RCA); Rosanne Cash: Rhythm and Romance (CBS); George Strait: Something Special (MCA)

Review by Max Bell, The Times, 1 March 1986

Leaving the old wagon wheels behind ...

Albums by Eno, Rosanne Cash et al

Review by Mary Harron, The Observer, 9 March 1986

BRIAN ENO: More Blank Than Frank (EG Records EGLP 65) ...

Rosanne Cash: Cash Points

Interview by Richard Cook, Sounds, 19 April 1986

It's payola time for country's latest lone star Rosanne Cash. Richard Cook tries to separate the hit from the myth. ...

Rosanne Cash: Blues From The Pink Bedroom

Interview by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 26 April 1986

ROSANNE CASH'S latest LP Rhythm And Romance lays bare both her turbulent marriage and a lengthy struggle with drug abuse. GAVIN MARTIN meets the woman ...

Clint Black: Mean Fiddler, London; Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 28 May 1990

Signing stetsons and killing time ...

Rosanne Cash: Interiors (Columbia)

Review by Amy Linden, Spin, January 1991

ROSANNE CASH wasn't kidding when she called this one Interiors. With the exception of 'This World' (which is about child abuse, among other things, and ...

Rosanne Cash: Turn the Page

Interview by Amy Linden, Replay (Sam Goody), June 1996

With a new album and a book of short fiction, Rosanne Cash reinvents herself again. ...

Rosanne Cash: Rosanne's Rules

Report and Interview by j. poet, Paste, 15 June 2003

"I'M NOT A militant female songwriter, and I wouldn't want to be considered some kind of new age uber-feminist," Rosanne Cash says. "But having said that, ...

Rosanne Cash: Black Cadillac (Capitol)

Review by Mark Mordue, Neumu, January 2006

YOU CAN'T EXPECT these things. So let me start in another place to explain. ...

Rosanne Cash's Cadillac

Interview by Stephen Dalton, The Times, January 2006

ROSANNE CASH has already been to church by the time we meet for breakfast. As dawn broke on this wintry Parisian morning, the singer-songwriter slipped ...

Rosanne Cash: Family Ties

Interview by Simon Garfield, The Observer, 5 February 2006

PRECISELY FOUR-and-a-half hours after a film about her father, mother and stepmother was nominated for five Oscars, Rosanne Cash walks into the Nicole Farhi store ...

Rosanne Cash: Seven-Year Ache, King's Record Shop, Interiors

Retrospective by Alfred Soto, Stylus, 10 February 2006

IT'S TEMPTING TO BELIEVE that in a better world, Rosanne Cash would inspire as much love and reverence as her father Johnny, but since no ...

Rosanne Cash

Interview by Andrew Purcell, Sunday Herald, January 2007

JOHNNY CASH lives with his daughter. He's in the set of her jaw, the power of her voice, and he stares down proudly from every ...

Rosanne Cash

Retrospective and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, November 2009

THERE COMES A time in every young man or woman's life when dad mounts the pulpit and delivers a homily on the kind of music ...

Rosanne Cash: Union Chapel, London

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, 3 December 2012

A HOST OF FACTORS, including brain surgery, have conspired to keep Rosanne Cash away from London for the last six years. Returning to a full ...

Rosanne Cash: The River & The Thread

Review by Holly Gleason, Paste, 21 January 2014

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 ...

Rosanne Cash: The River and the Thread

Review by Graham Reid, The New Zealand Herald, 23 January 2014

ONE OF THE LAST songs Johnny Cash recorded was the moving 'September When It Comes' with his daughter Rosanne for her 2003 album Rules of ...

Five Years That Revolutionized Country Music

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Music Aficionado, 2019

THE COUNTRY MUSIC situation in 1985 was so dire that The New York Times published an article that, if not quite an obituary, was a ...

see also Johnny Cash

see also Rodney Crowell


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