Did Rosanne Cash write Seven Year Ache?

While the song “Seven Year Ache” was written solely by Cash, most of the album it came from featured the work of other writers like Sonny Curtis and Tom Petty. Cash was still a developing writer and artist in those days, and, unlike many of that era, continues to be active and successful today.

Who wrote Seven Year Ache by Rosanne Cash?

Rosanne CashSeven Year Ache / LyricistRosanne Cash is an American singer-songwriter and author. She is the eldest daughter of country musician Johnny Cash and Vivian Liberto Cash Distin, Johnny Cash’s first wife. Wikipedia

What was Rosanne Cash’s biggest hit?

Top 10 Rosanne Cash Songs

  • “I Don’t Know Why You Don’t Want Me” From ‘Rhythm & Romance’ (1985)
  • “It’s Such a Small World” From Rodney Crowell’s ‘Diamonds & Dirt’ (1988)
  • “If You Change Your Mind”
  • “Never Be You”
  • “The Way We Make a Broken Heart”
  • “Blue Moon With Heartache”
  • “Sea of Heartbreak”
  • “Seven Year Ache”

How old is Rosanne Cash?

67 years (May 24, 1955)Rosanne Cash / Age

What year did the song Seven Year Ache come out?

1981Seven Year Ache / Released

Who are Johnny Cash’s children?

John Carter Cash
Rosanne CashKathy CashCindy CashTara Cash
Johnny Cash/Children

Who wrote the Tennessee Flat Top Box?

Johnny CashTennessee Flat Top Box / Composer

How old is Kathy Mattea?

62 years (June 21, 1959)Kathy Mattea / Age

Who is The Seven Year Itch artist?

This feels just elegant! Perhaps more than any other film title sequence, Saul Bass’ contribution to Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch marks a turning point in both the relationship of the title sequence to its film and its independent value as a pop culture art form.

Does John Carter Cash sing?

John Carter Cash is known for his work as a producer, singer and songwriter, including his own albums such as 2003’s Bitter Harvest. He produced his mother June Carter Cash’s album Press On and the project earned a Grammy win in 1999.

Who owns Johnny Cash music?

BMG has fully acquired New York independent Verse Music Group for an undisclosed fee, including publishing and recordings copyrights from the likes of Nina Simone, Duke Ellington, Johnny Cash, John Coltrane and Bing Crosby.