Rosanne Cash turned to the editorial pages of the New York Times to take the N.R.A. to task in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday (Oct. 10), calling on fellow country musicians to stand up to the gun rights organization.
Rosanne Cash landed at No. 25 in Taste of Country's Most Powerful Women of All Time list due to a mix of her singing, songwriting and overall artistry in a career that spans decades and has seen her wander around freely between styles.
The children of Johnny Cash have released a statement after it came to light that one of the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville over the weekend was wearing a Johnny Cash T-shirt, saying they are "sickened by the association."