A Road Trip With Rosanne Cash


In a recent CBS Sunday Morning segment, reporter Anthony Mason interviewed singer Rosanne Cash during a trip in the South. Cash discussed the places in the southern states that inspired the songs on her new album, The River & The Thread.

In the video segment below, Cash visits places like Robert Johnson’s grave, a location related to Emmett Till, and the bridge from Bobbie Gentry’s “Ode to Billie Joe.” She also shows us the Arkansas boyhood home of her father, Johnny Cash. Check out the interesting story.

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