Rosanne Cash
Features // 2 Articles
Columns // 2 Articles
Reviews // 7 Articles
Blogs // 3 Articles
News // 2 Articles

Slipped Discs 2006
11 Jan 2007 // 3:01 PM

PopMatters' writers share their favorite albums that no one else, including their colleagues, noticed.

Best Country of 2006
20 Dec 2006 // 3:00 PM

Goodbye to Academia, Pedantry, and even Austin: Roger Holland's favorite country albums of 2006 come from a very broad church indeed.


In Defense of Reading Books, Not E-Readers
16 Mar 2014 // 9:30 PM

Even if an e-reader might be more practical than a heavy book, there isn't an electronic screen on the planet that rivals the prestige attached to such a time-tested medium.

Rosanne Cash: More Than Just a Legend's Daughter
16 Nov 2010 // 4:00 PM

Rosanne Cash’s lyricism plays on the page as if she’s on stage with guitar in hand. You can hear the music as you read. PopMatters Jaime Karnes talks with this gifted writer of songs and stories.


Rosanne Cash and Her "Peculiar" South
4 Mar 2016 // 5:35 AM

Rosanne Cash brings her stories of violence and redemption, beauty and suffering, to Carnegie Hall with The River and the Thread.

Rosanne Cash: The River and the Thread
3 Mar 2014 // 9:03 PM

Rosanne Cash’s conceit is that one has to look outward to see what’s inside. The public landmarks just serve as reminders of one’s private thoughts.


Rosanne Cash: 10 October 2009 - St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn
12 Oct 2009 // 3:14 AM

Words and Pictures by Thomas Hauner

Verse-Chorus-Verse: An Interview with Rosanne Cash
12 Oct 2009 // 12:02 AM

Artist/Producer PC Muñoz mines for gems and grills the greats, five questions at a time.


Rosanne Cash makes to-do lists of everything, whether it's errands to run or songs to sing
12 Feb 2010 // 2:30 AM

These days, it seems like everyone wants a list from Rosanne Cash. Time magazine asked for her Short List of Things to Do. Her manager

Inspired by death, Rosanne Cash sings with life
4 Dec 2006 // 3:16 AM

Browse through the luminous reviews of Rosanne Cash's recent album, "Black Cadillac," and you might suppose the music was a memorial. And, in part, you

//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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