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Published on September 23rd, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


Rosanne Cash Featured On NPR Music’s ‘Tiny Desk’ Concert Series & Ken Burns’ PBS Series ‘Country Music’

NPR Music features the pre-eminent singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash on the latest installment of their popular Tiny Desk concert series. Watch Cash perform songs from her acclaimed new album She Remembers Everything (“She Remembers Everything” “The Only Thing Worth Fighting For” “Everyone But Me”), as well as “A Feather’s Not A Bird” from her triple GRAMMY-winning album The River & The Thread. Cash’s legendary career is explored this week in Episode 7 of the PBS series Country Music directed and produced by Ken Burns, which airs September 24 on PBS and is available to stream now.

Cash is on tour in Canada this week and will be performing as the host of the Johnny Cash Heritage Festival next month in Dyess, Arkansas, the National Heritage Site of her father’s boyhood home. Her 2019 touring schedule will culminate in three more performances of CASH AND COODER ON CASH: THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH, a heartfelt tribute to her father presented in collaboration with the visionary artist, producer, and iconic guitarist Ry Cooder. After debuting the tribute at a series of sold-out shows in San Francisco last year, Cash and Cooder re-united for performances at the Chicago Theatre and Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium earlier this year, and will present concerts in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia later this Fall. See below for a full list of tour dates or visit

She Remembers Everything was recorded in Portland, Oregon and New York City with producers Tucker Martine and John Leventhal. The album presents ten new songs, all written or co-written by Cash, and features contributions from Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, Colin Meloy, and Sam Phillips. Watch a short film about the album.


“Strikingly personal and expressive… Cash crafts uniquely textured stories from a feminine perspective”—Rolling Stone

a collection of miniatures that collectively paint a vivid, haunting portrait of the blessings and bruises of lifePitchfork

“Social concerns are built into her lyrics and compassion is at the forefront of her voice”—NPR

“‘She Remembers Everything’ is the sort of lovely, literate work we’ve come to expect from Cash for more than 30 years”—Associated Press

“A razorsharp lyricist”—Paste



September 25 – Winspear Centre – Edmonton, Canada

September 26 – Arts Commons – Calgary, Canada

September 28 – Chan Centre for the Performing Arts – Vancouver, Canada

September 29 – Farquhar Auditorium – Victoria, Canada

October 1 – Port Theatre – Nanaimo, Canada

October 18-19 – Johnny Cash Heritage Festival – Dyess, AR

October 26 – Collins Center for the Arts – Orono, ME

November 13 – Byham Theater – Pittsburgh, PA

November 14 – Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center – Erie, PA



October 30 – Wang Theatre – Boston, MA

November 2 – Carnegie Hall – New York, NY

November 3 – Metropolitan Opera House – Philadelphia, PA



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