Rosanne Cash is true American music royalty. The eldest child of Johnny Cash, Rosanne is a songwriter and recording artist with 21 Top 40 Country hits, including 11 #1 singles. A long-time NYC resident, Cash is signed to Blue Note Records and is currently working on a new album and writing a Broadway musical based on the 1979 hit film Norma Rae. Her most recent album, The River & the Thread (2014) won three Grammy Awards and she was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015 (the only Father/Daughter duo to be inducted in the Hall's history). Rosanne was most recently inducted into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame in 2017 by Elvis Costello along with fellow-inductees Roy Orbison and The Neville Brothers (you can view the concert which had a NYE premiere HERE). Cash is an outspoken advocate for artists/musicians rights and her essays have been published by the New York Times, The Oxford American, Rolling Stone, and New York Magazine. Rosanne curates Carnegie Hall's American Byways series and her worldwide touring in 2018 will include a featured artist spot at Lincoln Center's esteemed American Songbook Series on March 27, 2018. Cash is currently featured as a guest-vocalist on Rodney Crowell's 2018 Grammy-nominated tune "It Ain't Over Yet" along with John Paul White.