Cash remembers "Everything"
Thursday, September 20, 2018
– Rosanne Cash will release her first album in five years, "She Remembers Everything," on Nov. 2 on Blue Note.
Cash wrote or co-wrote all 10 songs. She recorded the disc in Portland, Or. With Tucker Martine, who has produced The
Dec. ists, and husband John Leventhal in New York. Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, Colin Meloy of The
Dec. ists and Sam Phillips contributed to the disc.
The release Cashs triple-Grammy winning 2014 album "The River & the Thread'" (Blue Note).
Cash embraces women's narratives on the new album. "There is a woman's real life, complex experiences and layered understanding in these songs," Cash says. "I could not have written them 10 years ago - not even close. Time is shorter, I have more to say."
Cash has released the ttle track and "Everyone But Me."
A deluxe version of "She Remembers Everything" with three bonus tracks will be released digitally and as a limited edition casebound book CD. Fans will also have the option to purchase a limited edition box set entitled the 'She Remembers Everything Memory Box,' which will include personal letters of correspondence signed by Cash with her and T-Bone Burnett, Joe Henry, Costello, Phillips, Martine and Leventhal; an exclusive Rosanne Cash "Live at SFJAZZ" CD, recorded in 2017 and featuring Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams among other options.
The track list is:
1. The Only Thing Worth Fighting For
2. The Undiscovered Country
3. 8 Gods of Harlem
4. Rabbit Hole
5. Crossing To Jerusalem
6. Not Many Miles To Go
7. Everyone But Me
8. She Remembers Everything
9. Particle And Wave
10. My Least Favorite Life
Tour dates are:
Sept. 20 - The Church of St. Luke in the Fields - New York, NY
Oct. 6 - Benefit Chinati Foundation - Marfa, TX
Nov. 8 - Virginia Theater - Champaign, IL
Nov. 9-10 - Old Town School of Folk Music - Chicago, IL
Nov. 29 - The Cabot - Beverly, MA
Nov. 30 - John Lennon Tribute at Symphony Space - New York, NY
Dec. 1 - The Newton Theater - Newton, NJ
Dec. 5-6 - SF JAZZ- San Francisco, CA
Dec. 7 - Moore Theater - Seattle, WA
Dec. 8 - Revolution Hall - Portland, OR
Jan. 23, 2019 - Craterian Theater - Medford, OR
Jan. 24, 2019 - The Cascade Theater - Redding, CA
Jan. 25, 2019 - Arkley Center - Eureka, CA
Jan. 27, 2019 - Uptown Theater - Napa, CA
Jan. 29, 2019 - Fox Theater - Hanford, CA
Jan. 30, 2019 - Golden Gate Theater - Monterey, CA
Feb. 2, 2019 - Musco Center- Orange, CA
Feb. 17, 2019 - VPAC- Northridge, CA
Feb. 19, 2019 - Scottsdale PAC- Scottsdale, AZ
Feb. 20, 2019 - Fox Theatre - Tucson, AZ
March 1, 2019 - Strathmore - North Bethesda, MD
March 3, 2019 - Academy of Music - Northhampton, MA
March 15, 2019 - Meyer Theater - Green Bay, WI
March 16, 2019 - Capitol Theater - Madison, WI
April 7, 2019 - Alys Stephens Center - Birmingham, AL
April 25, 2019 - Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall - Sarasota, FL
April 27, 2019 - Ruby Diamond Concert Hall - Tallahassee, FL
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She Remembers Everything
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The River & The Thread
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