16 October, 2018Print
Rosanne Cash Announces “She Remembers Everything – An Evening Of Literature And Song” At Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works On October 29Program To Feature Performances By Rosanne + Readings By StaceyAnn Chin, A.M. Homes, Janna Levin, And Maria Popova
On October 29, Rosanne Cash will return to Pioneer Works for a specially-curated event “She Remembers Everything – An Evening of Literature and Song.” She will perform songs - many for the first time - from her forthcoming album ‘She Remembers Everything’ (November 2/Blue Note), and be joined by poet, artist, and activist Staceyann Chin, author A.M. Homes, astrophysicist, author, and Pioneer Works Director of Sciences Janna Levin, and writer Maria Popova, who will read works by strong literary voices like Angela Davis, Ursula K. Le Guin, Toni Morrison, and more. After the event, Rosanne will sign early copies of the new album and her guests will sign copies of their recent works. Artist Portia Munson, who created the intense and beautiful album art for ‘She Remembers Everything,’ will be on hand to sign a poster of her piece ‘Tree Knife Elbow,’ which she deconstructed for the cover.
Tickets for “She Remembers Everything – An Evening of Literature and Song” are available here: https://bit.ly/2ClhUbg
‘She Remembers Everything’ features ten strong, gripping songs – all written or co-written by Rosanne – celebrating the eternal dance between love and loss, the art of finding solidity of spirit in a precarious world, how we rise when we fall short, and what it means to wrest beauty from the wreckage of the soul. The album has earned early praise from The New York Times, who hailed its “graceful, thoughtful songs that are constantly searching for emotional truth,” Rolling Stone, who called the title track “profoundly stirring and unsettling,” and NPR who just last week hailed album cut “Not Many Miles to Go” as “an instant classic.”
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Pioneer Works is a non-profit community center for research and experimentation in contemporary culture. Through a broad range of exhibitions, performances, arts and science residencies, and educational programs, Pioneer Works seeks to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, foster community, and provide a space to tangibly support and bring to life alternative modes of thought. Founded in 2012 by artist Dustin Yellin, the center is located in a 25,000-square-foot former manufacturing warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn.