Artist-in-Residence

13th Annual Artist-In-Residence: Rosanne Cash

Full-band performance of The River and the Thread, for the first time in Nashville, on September 2
Special Guests to Include Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams on September 3

John Leventhal on September 24

Rosanne Cash will be the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s 2015 Artist-in-Residence. A Grammy-winning singer and songwriter, Cash has recorded 15 albums and is the recipient of numerous awards, including three Grammy Awards for her latest album The River and the Thread. She will present intimate performances on September 2, 3, and 24, at 7:00 p.m.—each with a different theme and lineup of guest artists.

The first show, September 2, will feature a full-band performance of The River and the Thread with special guests, for the first time in Nashville, along with some fan-favorites from a career spanning almost four decades. The second show, September 3, will feature special guests Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams, marking the first time all three women have shared the stage for an entire evening. Both nights will be held in the 800-seat CMA Theater. The third show on September 24 will be held in the 213-seat Ford Theater and will feature Cash’s husband, producer, co-writer, and creative partner, John Leventhal. All three nights will offer a unique and intimate evening of music with one of Americana’s most preeminent and enduring stars.


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ABOUT THE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE SERIES

Each year, the museum invites a noted artist or musician to give a series of original performances that highlight their career and explore their artistry. Every artist-in-residence has a strong connection to country music or has a sense of country music's contribution to American culture.

Past Artist-In-Residence performers include: