She finished the show with this song tonight. I never cried so much to country songs. Right before the picture I told her how much my mom and I loved her father’s music. What a wonderful night, thank you to the Washington Pavilion Visual Arts Center you are still the premier entertainment place in town. In the above picture with Rosanne and me and cameraman Bruce is David Mann – Tour Manager & Soundman.


3 Thoughts on “Rosanne Cash at the Pavilion

  1. Some other highlights of the night;

    • When Rosanne walked into the meet & greet, Bruce pulled this impromptu speech out of his butt about how Rosanne should record a live concert album at the Pavilion, and everyone started clapping. She kind of giggled and admitted that it crossed her mind and was so impressed by the acoustics of the place. It was her first time playing in SD.

    • Then we headed over to ‘Parker’s after Dark’ something they do every First Friday, it was packed and the theme was James Bond. We met some great people.

  2. The D@ily Spin on November 7, 2015 at 10:37 pm said:

    The ‘man in black’ was one of a kind. Her mother is Italian, not June Carter. My Ex was Italian. Full of fire and passion. Roseanne music mixes country with emotion. The right music for certain moods.

  3. The evening ended perfectly with the most amazing version of 500 Miles enhanced by the acoustics of the Pavilion.

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