For more than twenty-five years now, on such albums as Seven Year Ache (1981), Interiors (1990), 10 Song Demo (1996) and Rules of Travel (2003), Cash has made personal honesty a compelling signature of her songwriting. She has never been willing to turn away from difficult emotions or complex situations. Indeed, a writer first, she has found her truest voice in articulating the most heartbreaking emotional realities: betrayal, self-betrayal, loss, misunderstanding and isolation. But she also believes firmly in the limitless possibilities of personal redemption.
“I couldn’t avoid them,” says Cash about the twelve songs that constitute Black Cadillac, a breakthrough album that raises both the stakes and the standards for one of this country’s finest singer-songwriters. “I couldn’t let any of them simply return to the ether. Some of them literally wouldn’t let me sleep.”
Vanity Fair: ""Rosanne Cash... breaks her silence with the powerful Black Cadillac... 12 beautiful songs about anger, defiance, grief, gratitude, acceptance...""
Rosanne is currently gearing up for a heavy concert and appearances, announced by her official site.
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