- Chan Centre Presents
- Rosanne Cash
Subscriptions on sale now, single tickets on sale June 18, 2019 at 12 noon.
“Cash at the top of her game.” – NPR
While Rosanne Cash has had phenomenal success writing from the perspective of invented characters, her new album She Remembers Everything is a deeply personal, unflinching, and urgent meditation on women’s narratives within the political pressure cooker of today’s America. Though admitting that “it’s very seductive to play with darkness…you do have to be careful,” Cash’s new work interweaves beauty and rage, optimism and pain in what Rolling Stone calls “a master class in channeling life into song.” With her timeless voice, poetic lyricism, dark-hued melodies, and gothic femininity, Cash “finds mythic resonances behind everyday details” (The New York Times).
Four decades into a far-ranging career that’s yielded 15 albums, 21 top-40 hits, 11 number one singles, four Grammys, a best-selling memoir, and induction into the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, this icon of roots music brings us her most intimate and direct album yet. Reckoning with mortality and a deep yearning to return to personal songwriting, these are bracing yet profoundly centring songs Cash admits she couldn’t have written 10 years ago: “not even close. Time is shorter, I have more to say.”
"Pensive and determined … Rosanne Cash finds mythic resonances behind everyday details."The New York Times
$15 student rush tickets for this performance will become available on September 14, 2019 at 12 noon. Visit chancentre.com/students for more information.