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Rosanne Cash Gets Her Shot, Details ‘the Anxiety Slowly Starting to Lift’

by Katie Maloney
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Rosanne Cash is expressing relief after receiving her coronavirus vaccine.

As vaccines are being disseminated, people are slowly starting to feel hopeful about some “normalcy” returning. Johnny Cash’s eldest daughter, Rosanne Cash, expressed the same sentiment when she posted about her vaccine on Twitter.

Cash wrote, “I got the vaccine today and when the nurse said ‘congratulations’, I teared up. I can feel the anxiety slowly starting to lift.”

Rosanne Cash Has 10 Number One Hit Songs

Rosanne is the eldest daughter of Johnny Cash with his first wife, Vivian Liberto. Some would say that Rosanne followed in her father’s footsteps by becoming a musician and songwriter. However, with 11 number one hit songs, 12 Grammy nominations and four wins, it’s clear that the singer-songwriter has carved her own path outside the Cash name.

In 1976, Johnny Cash recorded one of Rosanne’s original pieces, “Love Has Lost Again,” for his album One Piece at a Time. Roseanne was just 21-years-old at the time and she already had professional work on a record as a composer. Her success continued in the 1980s as she released several chart-topping singles including “Seven Year Ache.”

The song became her most commercially successful song. One of the most compelling elements of Cash’s songs is that her lyrics can inspire obvious meaning for some listeners while inviting subjective interpretation for others.

During “The Seven Year Ache,” Cash sings, “Plenty of dives to be someone you’re not. You say you’re looking for something you might’ve forgot. Don’t bother calling to say you’re leaving alone. ‘Cause there’s a fool on every corner when you’re trying to get home. Just tell ’em you’re trying to cure a seven-year ache. See what else your old heart can take.”

Most recently, Cash released her 2018 album, She Remembers Everything. Cash started writing songs for the album while she was recovering from brain surgery. If that’s not musical dedication, we don’t know what is! During an interview, Cash talked about the themes behind the album.

“An adult who’s gone through a whole lot of stuff, much of it internal, but also one who is concerned about the external world. It’s a set of songs, each of which addresses something specific and a little different. But there’s something that holds them together,” said Cash. “And now, I know that the thing holding them together is just your own life.

In conclusion, if you haven’t carved out a day to explore all of Rosanne Cash’s music, schedule one ASAP.