Rosanne Cash is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter who has charted 21 top 40 country singles, 11 of which climbed to No. 1. She is also the author of four books, including her best-selling memoir, “Composed.”
Her latest album is called “The River & The Thread” and it’s getting rave reviews. The Boston Globe even called it one of the year’s first great albums. She explains why for the first time in her life, she’s actually enjoying the reviews rather than waiting for the other shoe to drop.
She describes the working relationship with her husband John Leventhal, who produced the album and wrote the music, and why they really see this album as a reflection on relationships and marriage.
Rosanne explains why rather than feeling burned out at her age, she’s more passionate, inspired, energized, and most importantly, confident, than she’s ever felt in her life.
And how does she feel about always getting questions about her famous father, Johnny Cash? She explains the double-edged sword of being his daughter. Plus, find out about the tremendous obstacles she’s overcome in life, including losing her voice — twice — and brain surgery.
Click here to visit Rosanne’s website and to learn more about her album and to get tour information.