(Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 14, 2020) – With a big band, brass horns and a swinging feel, Ana Cristina Cash delivers a song for lovers on the run, “Renegade Rose,” now available (HERE). This is Cash’s second release off her upcoming project, Shine, who’s release date will be announced soon.
Written alongside GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter Jodi Marr and GRAMMY-nominated artist Jim Camacho, “Renegade Rose” tells the story of lovers in the “city of broken dreams.” the couple acts as partners in crime as they wreak havoc and jump ship in a getaway car, “He hits that gasoline when I say ‘here we go’… cause there ain’t no such thing as going way too far,” sings the powerful songstress as she paints a picture of a runaway love.
Robust horns and rolling drums barrel through the song as they backup Cash singing “Love don’t stop for nothing, nothing stops a renegade rose,” creating a sense of urgency in the listener for the fictional protagonists.
Recorded in the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tenn., Cash plans to announce the release of a full-length album, SHINE, in the near future. Cash’s recordings showcase her broad vocal range, from a deep resonating contralto to an amazing soaring soprano, revealing what is known to some as a “whistle register.”
Ana Cristina Cash was raised in Miami, Florida. Cash, of Cuban descent, is bi-lingual and began a professional career in music at the young age of six. She quickly became an accomplished champion of the singing competitions on the variety show, “Sabado Gigante.” Cash later signed to Sony Music’s Latin division at the age of 15 and recorded her debut album Ana Cristina, in the Spanish language. The talented singer then went on to be the first Hispanic American to perform the “Star-Spangled Banner” for a presidential inauguration for President Bush in 2005.
In 2016, Cash married music producer, John Carter Cash, and has since been writing and recording the music she was born to sing. Cash’s music perfectly blends her connection with rockabilly and gritty blues, adding in a flavor of country and soul to create her distinctive sound.