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Emmylou Harris & Lucinda Williams Join Rosanne Cash at Country Music Hall

Lucinda Williams, Rosanne Cash, Emmylou HarrisNashville, TN -- The lives and careers of Rosanne Cash, Emmylou Harris, and Lucinda Williams have intersected for decades. But the three veterans had never shared a stage before—until Thursday night, September 3, 2015. Cash recruited her fellow Southern roots-music queens for the second of her three concerts as the 2015 artist-in-residence at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. There were tears, simply because the principals were so happy to share the evening; there were stories, some that had never been told, and will never be told again; there was mutual praise a-plenty, as each testified as to how much inspiration she had derived from the others’ work; and, most of all, there was music, with all three women reaching deep inside themselves to find the core creative sparks that have made them such enduring American artists.

ASU-Jonesboro: Johnny Cash’s Sister, Brother Recall Dyess Home Place

Joanne Cash Yates and Tommy Cash at the Johnny Cash Birthday TributeJoanne Cash Yates and Tommy Cash, the surviving siblings of the late country musicgiant Johnny Cash, cling to precious memories of their formative years on an East Arkansas cotton farm.

Lineup announced for 2012 Johnny Cash Music Festival

John Carter CashJohn Carter Cash and officials at Arkansas State University announced the lineup for this year's Johnny Cash Music Festival, at a Thursday morning news conference at Cooper Alumni Center, 2600 Alumni Boulevard, Jonesboro. Proceeds from the event will fund the restoration of the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home inDyess, Arkansas. In addition to Rosanne Cash, the 2012 concert lineup includes the living legend Willie Nelson, country music star Dierks Bentley, and Grammy Award-winning duo the Civil Wars.

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