A 'World Cafe' Special With Rosanne Cash : World Cafe Promoting her new album, The List (based on a list of must-have country songs given to her by her late father Johnny), Rosanne Cash puts on a one-of-a-kind performance. She also proposes her own list, in a World Cafe Thanksgiving special that's not to be missed.

A 'World Cafe' Special With Rosanne Cash

A 'World Cafe' Special With Rosanne Cash

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Rosanne Cash.

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The daughter of country superstar Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash has built her own reputation over the years. Rosanne Cash's brand of country music has been a go-to style for many contemporary singers and songwriters.

Set List

  • "Long Black Veil"
  • "I'm Movin' On"
  • "She's Got You"
  • "Miss The Mississippi and You"
  • "Girl From the North Country"
  • "Ode to Billie Joe"

Born to Cash and his first wife, Rosanne Cash released her first album in 1979, and has since recorded several No. 1 country hits and received multiple Grammy nominations.

Enter the '90s, with the release of some highly acclaimed and personal albums, as well as a 10-song demo she recorded at home. Cash recently released her 12th full-length album, The List, in October 2009. With guest performances by Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Jeff Tweedy and Rufus Wainwright, the album re-interprets 12 songs that Johnny Cash handed to his daughter in a list of essential country songs.