Longtime partners, creative collaborators and Grammy winners Rosanne Cash and producer John Leventhal have formed a new label, RumbleStrip Records.
RumbleStrip will release a slate of special projects, archives and reissues, including the first vinyl pressing of Cash’s album, The Wheel, remastered as an expanded edition to celebrate the project’s 30th anniversary. Recorded in the early ’90s when Cash first moved to New York City, The Wheel was produced by Leventhal—her eventual life partner—and sparked a reinvention of her sound and career. RumbleStrip is also planning to release a series that re-explores Cash’s recently-acquired catalog of masters from 1978-1993.
In early 2024, the label will also release Leventhal’s first solo album. Cash and Leventhal are also looking forward to signing new, unknown and undervalued artists to the RumbleStrip label. The company is partnering with Thirty Tigers for distribution.
“John and I are excited about starting our own label, and we are tremendously grateful to be partnered with Thirty Tigers, who know how to get it done,” shares Cash about the new venture.
“I have listened to Rosanne Cash’s music ever since Seven Year Ache came out, and I was working in record stores,” says Thirty Tigers founder David Macias. “She has continued to grow and push the boundaries of her creative powers. I respect her immensely. She is a vital artist, and I am so thrilled that she has agreed to team up with Thirty Tigers.”
Cash’s long-standing, exclusive partnership with Blue Note Records remains intact for her upcoming solo releases.
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