BY Lisa Kirchner
on Aug 11, 2010
If anyone had reason to sing the blues in the last ten years, it would be Rosanne Cash. She lost her mother, her step-mother, her father, and survived a brain tumor. Thing is, she also lost her voice. For the two and a half years she couldn't sing, Cash took to writing essays. "I always wanted to be a writer," she told the crowd gathered to hear her read last night.
Cash was introducing her new book at Barnes & Noble's "Upstairs at the Square," an ... Read More