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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Live with Carnegie Hall: Rosanne Cash

Present Perfect: Songs of Protest and Memory
Thursday, June 11, 2020 2 PM Online
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Rosanne Cash by Michael Lavine
As one of the country’s premier singer-songwriters, Rosanne Cash has given voice to the American spirit for decades. With a focus on protest music—past and present—and its ability to bring people together in times of crisis, Cash and her notable guests explore the importance of music as part of our shared cultural history.

Moderated by John Schaefer, this episode features performances of “License to Kill” with Cash; “Blessed the Brave” with Lizz Wright; “Big Stars Have Tumbled” with Elvis Costello; “Can You Be Human?” with Ry Cooder; “Long As I Can See the Light” with Marc Cohn; “A Change Is Gonna Come” with Brandi Carlile and Gary Clark Jr.; and “We’re All In This Together Now” with Cash and John Paul White.

Part of: Live with Carnegie Hall

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Performers

Rosanne Cash
John Schaefer, Moderator

with Special Guests
Brandi Carlile
Gary Clark Jr.
Marc Cohn
Ry Cooder
Elvis Costello
Lizz Wright

John Leventhal, Guitar

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