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3 Grammy Wins For Rosanne Cash

80873948 cash afp 3 Grammy Wins For Rosanne CashA huge CONGRATS TO ROSANNE CASH who took home all three Grammy Awards she was nominated for at the 57th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles last night: Best Americana Album (The River & the Thread), Best American Roots Song (“A Feather’s Not A Bird”) and Best American Roots Performance (“A Feather’s Not A Bird”).

It’s a clean sweep for this incredible artist who co-wrote the album with her longtime collaborator & husband, John Leventhal. Watch this great short film which traces Cash’s album from its genesis to its recording to the road: Rosanne Cash: The River & the Thread.

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Rosanne Cash – A Feather’s Not A Bird

(click song title above to listen)

“The finest of her career” - USA Today
“Here it is- the best album of 2014 – Uncut
“The work of a lifetime” – Newsweek
“Superb” – New York Times
“One of 2014′s first great albums” – Boston Globe
“A timeless work” – NPR Fresh Air

It’s time to put the spotlight back on the killer lead off track from Rosanne Cash‘s multi-Grammy nominated album, The River & the Thread.

“When we were forming the idea for this record” says Cash, “it felt like it was going to be the third part of a trilogy – with Black Cadillac (2006) mapping out a territory of mourning and loss and then The List (2009), celebrating my family’s musical legacy. I feel this record ties past and present together through all those people and places in the South I knew and thought I had left behind.”

All three albums in that trilogy are soulful & inspiring American classics, each now having been nominated for Grammy awards. “A Feather’s Not a Bird” is up for two of its’ own this year, including Best American Roots Song and Best American Roots Performance while The River & the Thread is up for Best Americana Album. Cash wrote the 11 original songs for this album with her longtime collaborator and husband, John Leventhal who also served as producer, arranger, and guitarist. Tune in to the 57th Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday Feb 8th 8/7c on CBS.

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Contact & Licensing info:

Rosanne Cash is published by Chelcait Music (BMI)/Measurable Music LLC, A Notable Music Co. Contact: Damon Booth / info@notablemusic.net. Administered by Downtown Music Publishing. Contact: Sean McGraw / seanmcgraw@dmpgroup.com. John Leventhal is published by Lev-A-Tunes (ASCAP) Administered by Downtown Music Publishing. Master controlled by Blue Note Records. Contact: Doug James / doug.james@umusic.com

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Congrats to Rosanne Cash on multi-Grammy Noms!

Rosanne Cash River Thread 1024x1024 Congrats to Rosanne Cash on multi Grammy Noms!A HUGE CONGRATS to Rosanne Cash on her multiple Grammy nominations!! Best Americana Album (The River & the Thread), Best American Roots Song (“A Feather’s Not a Bird”), and Best American Roots Performance (“A Feather’s Not a Bird). Cash wrote the album’s 11 original songs with her longtime collaborator and husband, John Leventhal who also served as producer, arranger and guitarist. The album also includes the talents of Cory Chisel, John Paul White, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Derek Trucks, Rodney Crowell, and Amy Helm. The Americana Music Association announced the Top 100 Airplay albums of 2014 this week ranking The River & the Thread at No. 1.

The 57th Grammys will air Sunday Feb 8 (8/7c) on CBS.

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Rosanne Cash 2014 American Ingenuity Award Winner Smithsonian Magazine

rc couch ©abbyross 701x1024 Rosanne Cash 2014 American Ingenuity Award Winner Smithsonian MagazineA HUGE CONGRATS to Rosanne Cash who will be presented with Smithsonian Magazine‘s prestigious 2014 American Ingenuity Award on October 16th in Washington D.C. by T Bone Burnett. The Smithsonian American Ingenuity Awards annually honors 10 of the most inspired pioneers in America at the forefront of science, technology, art, and education. NPR host Michel Martin will host this year’s awards & additional presenters will include House of Cards creator Beau Willimon, venture capitalist and AOL founder Steve Case, scientist Stephen Hawking, and novelist George Pelecanos, who was a producer on HBO’s The Wire and Treme.

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