Cash, Kerouac, Reggae

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Kurt Andersen and singer Rosanne Cash talk about being an artist in the shadow of a famous and talented parent. Rosanne performs for us in the studio and shares what it was like to grow up with Johnny Cash (who died on September 12 of last year). We’ll hear Jan Kerouac's poem for Jack Kerouac, the father she met only twice. The daughter of poets Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes tells us how she found her own voice, and we visit backstage with five sons of Bob Marley before a tribute concert to the reggae legend.