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Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash

Deborah Feingold
Rosanne Cash

It would be foolish to make assumptions about singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash. She's the eldest daughter of country icon Johnny Cash, but her music, writing  and curiosity about the world defies genre. She's inspired not only by country, rock, folk, pop and blues, but also literature and theoretical physics. Rosanne Cash is coming to Utah next week and Wednesday, she joins us to talk about the power of art, tradition and the place music holds in her life.

Friday, August 31st at 8:00 p.m., Rosanne Cashwill perform at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton as a guest of the Davis Arts Council. Tickets are available by calling 801-546-8575 or by clicking here

Books and Music from Rosanne Cash:

Video of Johnny Cash returning to his childhood home in Dyess Colony, AR, accompanied by his sister Louise and his wife June Carter Cash.

In April, Rosanne Cash and her husband John Leventhal recorded "Wayfaring Stranger" as part of The 78 Project:


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