Rosanne Cash | Kingston Grand Theatre

Rosanne Cash

Audiences may know her as the daughter of country music icon Johnny Cash, but she's made her own mark as a Grammy Award-winning recording superstar with 11 No. 1 singles and blurred the genres of country, rock, roots and pop along the way. Her hits include Seven Year Ache, My Baby Thinks He's a Train, Hold On, I Don't Want to Spoil the Party and her toe-tapping, chart-topping recording of her father's #1 hit from 1961, Tennesse Flat Top Box. Her last record album, The List, won the Americana Music award for Best Album of the Year.

Her voice is heard beyond the stage as an advocate supporting many charitable organizations, including PAX, an organization dedicated to preventing gun violence among children. Cash is active on behalf of SOS Children's Villages, which houses and cares for orphaned and abandoned children. And Cash's brand new single, Jim and George, is about an elderly gay couple who were very dear to Rosanne, and all proceeds from the songs sales will benefit the PLWA (Persons Living With AIDS.) Cash explains, "I wrote this song and it was an exercise in compassion and awareness to see myself through their eyes, and them through my eyes. Love is love, and love doesn't contain itself within arbitrary borders of gender, orientation, race, nationality, creed or age."

Part of the Fenlon & Daly Entertainers Series.

Tickets: $44/$49 + taxes and fees.
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Performance Information

Presented By: 
Grand Theatre, Regina Rosen
31 Jan 2014
Last Show: 
31 Jan 2014

Show Dates & Times

31 Jan 20147:30 PM