Tag Archive: Rosanne Cash


Hello! My name is Alison. I’ve been passionate about country music since I was very young. I got to know music by following styles – rock, southern rock and the country music styles of today – and by cruising through the USA. I’ve also bought a lot of CDs! In recent years, I started broadcasting the “Les News de Nashville” on the Big Cactus Country presented by my friend Johnny Da Piedade. You can read my blog post on the Big Cactus Country site as well as here on the HorizonVU Music Blog and SHOP!

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Roasanne Cash and John Leventhal

Roasanne Cash and John Leventhal

Rosanne Cash is back! After her 2009 the album “The List” with songs composed by her father, Johnny Cash,

Rosanne Cash with her father, Johnny Cash

Rosanne Cash with her father, Johnny Cash

before his death, Rosanne is set to release “The River & The Thread,” her 12th studio album with 11 songs she co-wrote with John Leventhal her husband as well as guitarist, arranger and producer. The release is scheduled to be in-store 14 January 2014.

Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr, the name probably tells you something? If you are listening to the Big Cactus Country, you should know the title “Crazy Redneck.”

This song is currently in second place on the charts mediabase. If I talk about Tyler, it is because of his first album titled (as is the single) “Redneck Crazy”, released on Columbia Nashville label.

Tyler is best known as a songwriter as he wrote all the songs “Hey Yall” for the rapper Colt Ford, not to mention “She’s Just Like That” for Joe Nichols.

Colt Ford

Colt Ford

Joe Nichols

Joe Nichols


Source: http://www.michaeldorf.com/events

Source: http://www.michaeldorf.com/events

Tuesday night saw a benefit produced by  City Winery owner Michael Dorf at Carnegie Hall. Dozens of musicians took part in a tribute to the Rolling Stones. This tribute concert, benefiting music & arts programs for

Marianne Faithfull

Marianne Faithfull

underprivileged youth brought superstar performers to the stage putting forth their  renditions of all 21 tracks from the band’s classic collected-hits album, “Hot Rocks 1964-1971,” http://www.rollingstones.com/album/hot-rocks-1964-1971.

Christine Ohlman

Christine Ohlman

The program featured Art Garfunkel, Steve Earl, Taj Mahal, Marc Cohn, Glen Hansard, David Johansen, and Jackson Brown. But leave it to the women to raise the roof and  bring people into the aisles dancing ! Marianne Faithfull http://www.mariannefaithfull.org.uk/ performed “As Tears Go By,” which Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote for her, and “Sister Morphine,” which she wrote with Jagger. Rosanne Cash did “Gimme Shelter”. Peaches, the Canadian club singer, let go with “Heart of Stone,” and actress Juliette Lewis performed her version of “Satisfaction”.  Angélique Kidjo, “Street Fighting Man,” coaxing the crowd to its feet. Rickie Lee Jones on guitar played “Sympathy for the Devil”. Finally, Ronnie Spector, joined by our good friend Christine Ohlman http://www.christineohlman.net, gave the audiance her all-out rendition of “Time Is on My Side.”

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