Every once in a while, National Public Radio leaves the air and takes to the stage with live programming, and this May, a truly unique event will take place in Seattle. Michelle Norris, from NPR’s All Things Considered, will host Roseanne Cash at The Paramount Theatre.
Famous daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash is well known as a singer/songwriter, and later this year her memoir, Composed, will be published.
“This evening will peel back the curtain on Cash’s life, her writing and her family, and the soundtrack that runs through it all. She is the eldest daughter of the late Johnny Cash and the daughter and step-daughter of two strong women, all of whom informed her outlook on life as an artist and the mother of five. The centerpiece of the event will be a conversation between Cash and Michele Norris; Cash will also perform a number of songs, including selections from her most recent album, The List. She will be accompanied by her husband and producer, John Leventhal. The program will end with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions.”
Tickets are on sale now for the show that will be held at 8 pm on Friday, May 1, 2010. All things considered, this is one event not to be missed.