Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash will make a series of upcoming television and live appearances beginning in January as she rides a wave of critical praise for her current album The List. First up, Cash will be interviewed by New York Times music critic Jon Pareles at the New York Times Arts and Leisure Weekend event on January 8th at the Times Center on W. 41st Street in Manhattan. The evening also includes a performance. Please visit for more information.

She will also follow up recent late-night visits to The Late Show With David Letterman and The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson by appearing on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien on January 12th. Cash will perform The List’s first single “Sea of Heartbreak,” which earned Cash her ninth career Grammy Award nomination when the duet with Bruce Springsteen was nominated for “Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals” last month. Cash will also perform and be interviewed on Tavis Smiley on January 14th.

Cash has also announced a series of live shows in support of The List to take place in 2010, including a first-time ever performance with legendary folksinger/songwriter Loudon Wainwright III at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City on January 15th.

She will also perform a free, online concert live from The Foundry in Long Island City, NY, on January 21st for By utilizing up to five camera angles, this worldwide event will bring music lovers unparalleled access to Cash’s spectacular show. This unique performance will be webcast live, free, and in HD at beginning at 9 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. PST and can also be viewed on an iPhone or iPod Touch. For those who miss the live broadcast, the concert will also be available via video-on-demand on the site.

Cash’s first-ever covers album, The List is a collection of 12 classic songs she selected from a list of “100 Essential Country Songs” that her legendary father Johnny Cash gave her when she was a teenager. The album has earned widespread praise from media outlets across the country, including NPR Music, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, the Associated Press, USA Today, Time, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, People, the Los Angeles Times, Billboard, Elle, Paste, Relix, American Songwriter, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Rosanne Cash’s upcoming tour dates are as follows:

1/09    Park City, UT             Eccles Center for The Performing Arts

1/10    Santa Fe, NM            Lensic Performing Arts Center

1/15    New York, NY Rubin Museum (with Loudon Wainwright)

1/27    Syracuse, NY W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts

1/29    Chicago, IL                Harris Theater

1/30    Ann Arbor, MI Hill Auditorium (Ann Arbor Folk festival)

2/08    Minneapolis, MN       The Guthrie Theatre

2/10    Iowa City, IA               The Englert Theatre – University of Iowa

2/25    Collingswood, NJ      Scottish Rite Theater
2/27    Albany, NY                 The Egg Center for the Performing Arts

3/26    Scottsdale, AZ           Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

3/27    Laughlin, NV              Aquarius Casino & Resort Amphitheater

4/15    Durham, NC               Duke University Page Auditorium

5/08    Bethesda, MD           Strathmore Arts Center


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