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IN Full Bloom

Forty years into her recording career, Rosanne Cash is writing ever-deeper songs that draw on her unique life of family legacy, friendships and personal politics. And she’s developed a steelier edge than ever: “I’m not interested in people-pleasing at this point in my life,” she tells Country Music
You can follow Rosanne Cash on Twitter as@rosannecash where she describes herself as “writer/musician/New Yorker”
Michael Lavine

ike leather boots or a smooth whiskey, Rosanne Cash only seems to improve with age. Her most recent albums, from 2006’s Black Cadillac through to The List (2009) and 2014’s triple Grammy-winning The River & The Thread, contain some of the richest work of her entire career. It’s a purple patch that shows no sign of fading, especially given the vivid nature of her latest opus, She Remembers Everything.

After reaching deep into her roots on the aforementioned albums – examining family relationships, grief, musical heritage and the South – the 63-year-old has now written a bunch of highly personal songs, drawn from direct experience, that also explore what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.

Over a dozen collaborators helped flesh out her visions, chief among them husband John Leventhal (her regular producer and co-writer) at home in New York City and, in Portland, Oregon, noted producer Tucker Martine. Kris Kristofferson and Elvis Costello also make appearances, as do Sam Phillips and The Decemberists’ Colin Meloy.

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