Rosanne Cash is the daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash and in the 1980s became a country star, having 15 straight top ten country singles, including "Seven Year Ache," "Never Be You," "My Baby Thinks He's A Train," "Blue Moon With Heartache," "It's Such A Small World" (a duet with then-husband Rodney Crowell) and "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me." By the 1990s Cash started making more personal, folk/rock based albums like "Interiors" (1990), "The Wheel" (1993) and "The Rules of Travel" (2003).
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The Genuine Official Rosanne Cash Web Site
Official site for updated news and tour information, press articles, album reviews, music and video, and photos.
All Music Guide: Rosanne Cash
A detailed look at her career.
CMT.com: Rosanne Cash Rediscovers Her Voice on 'Rules'
Interview about her album 'Rules of Travel.' (March 26, 2003)
CMT.com: Roseanne Cash
Photos and downloads for the artist.
Popentertainment.com: Rosanne Cash - Rules of Returning
The acclaimed singer-songwriter discusses the voyage that led to the album 'Rules of Travel' with Jay S. Jacobs.
Salon.com: Rosanne Cash - Not every question has an answer
She talks about her ailing dad, the Dixie Chicks and the war, losing her voice and the new album that helped her find it again. (April 09, 2003)
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