Rosanne Cash on Discovering New Artistic Terrain

Rosanne Cash
Smithsonian Magazine

Innovation is not just for the young. Rosanne Cash learned this in 2011, the year she turned 56, as she pondered what her next album would be. She had just finished touring in support of her 2009 album, The List, a dozen songs selected from the list of essential country and folk numbers that her famous father had given her to learn when she was a teenager. That record had earned glowing press and robust concert-ticket sales.

“So many people told me, ‘Are you going to do The List, Part Two?’” she recalled backstage at the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival in July. “That might have been a good business decision, but it made me feel hollow inside, like I’d be faking it. How boring to stick to what you’ve already done.”

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Tovey, Terfel and BSO deliver a deeply moving Brahms Requiem

Bramwell Tovey
Boston Classical Review

The performance at Symphony Hall Thursday night was radiant, with conductor Bramwell Tovey leading the BSO and Tanglewood Festival Chorus in a sumptuous reading of the score.


Read the full review here.  

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Gig Alert: Storm Large at Joe's Pub

Storm Large
WNYC Soundcheck

Singer-songwriter Storm Large plays Thursday night at Joe's Pub. Download her version of "I've Got You Under My Skin." ... »