Rosanne Cash Revisits Her Roots in ‘A Feather’s Not a Bird’ Video

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Rosanne Cash’s new album, The River and the Thread, references a series of visits she recently made to the Deep South, where she and her husband John Levanthal, who produced the album, explored her family’s roots and the region’s history.

Mashable spoke with Cash — daughter of Johnny — last week about how those visits formed the spine of the record

“We started to go down to the South more often to see my friend Natalie, who was teaching me how to sew, and we’d go to Memphis and then back to Arkansas,” Cash said. “We took this trip down Highway 61, which is where all the pieces fell into place. Highway 61 was mythic. We went to the Tallahatchie Bridge. We went to Robert Johnson’s grave. We went to Money, Miss. Once we got away from it and started processing what we had seen and felt, we started writing songs.” Read more…

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