Rosanne Cash & Her Band - She Remembers Everything | Events at Fox Tucson Theatre
20
February
7:30 pm

Rosanne Cash & Her Band – She Remembers Everything

Presented by the Fox Tucson Theatre and the Southern Arizona Aids Foundation

The Fox is pleased to welcome back to our stage, Tucson Favorite Rosanne Cash. This time, she’s brining her full band to perform SHE REMEMBERS EVERYTHING, her highly anticipated follow up to her triple Grammy winning masterpiece The River and The Thread is a powerfully insightful and strikingly universal collection of new songs.

Both confessional and cathartic, the material reverberates with an urgency of a woman who has found and owns her story and her voice and who is driven to speak when time feels ever shorter. Songs from this record, which will be released in October 2018 will be featured in concert along with selections from Norma Rae – the musical she is writing with John Leventhal (book by John Weidman) based on the 1979 hit film.

“Leventhal’s virtuoso acoustic guitar provided the perfect complement to his wife’s voice, which seems to have become even more soulful over the years.” Cincinnati.com

“On each song, Leventhal accompanied Cash on guitar, evoking its mood in various flavors: Delta blues, country, folk. On a few tunes, he switched to piano. Cast so sparsely, the songs took on a more intimate spirit, sometimes solemn, sometimes gothic. They bantered playfully throughout the show. After Cash told her sound man she wanted “more of John, less of me” in her monitor, Leventhal deadpanned: “Record that,” for evidence she’d said it.” The Kansas City Star

“The show the pair put on at South on Main on Saturday evening was simply stunning, with Cash in excellent voice and Leventhal demonstrating an easy mastery of his instrument and idiom, alternating between an almost Wes Montgomery-esque silkiness, a velvet swampiness and some aw-shucks cowboy chording” Arkansas Online

“Leventhal’s virtuoso acoustic guitar provided the perfect complement to his wife’s voice, which seems to have become even more soulful over the years.” Cincinnati.com

“The songs themselves, presented acoustically with her husband and producer John Leventhal at a sold out Birchmere, still sound beautiful. But by now she’s incorporated them in performance that shows them to their best advantage, honing the patter that precedes them into effective introductions as well. With Leventhal playing behind her and her setting the stage, it’s almost like Springsteen in approach.” The Vinyl District