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Rosanne Cash in Collingswood

Rosanne Cash was supposed to play the Scottish Rite Auditorium back in February, but one of several blizzards of the century put a stop to that. Cash comes back to Collingswood tonight, touring behind The List, the 12 song starter kit of classic Americana covers drawn from a list of 100 songs that her father suggested she learn by heart back in 1973 when she was first embarking on a career as a songwriter. Tickets can be had here. Below, she can be seen singing Don Gibson's "Sea Of Heartbreak," with her husband John Leventhal, from WSJ.com's Speakeasy show. Thanks to Rupert Murdoch for that. Below that, she dares to essay Patsy Cline's "She's Got You."

Rosanne Cash in Collingswood

Rosanne Cash was supposed to play the Scottish Rite Auditorium back in February, but one of several blizzards of the century put a stop to that. Cash comes back to Collingswood tonight, touring behind The List, the 12 song starter kit of classic Americana covers drawn from a list of 100 songs that her father suggested she learn by heart back in 1973 when she was first embarking on a career as a songwriter. Tickets can be had here. Below, she can be seen singing Don Gibson's "Sea Of Heartbreak," with her husband John Leventhal, from WSJ.com's Speakeasy show. Thanks to Rupert Murdoch for that. Below that, she dares to essay Patsy Cline's "She's Got You." 

Previously: Record Store Day

Dan DeLuca Inquirer Music Critic
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