"MAMA CASH HOUSE” IN HENDERSONVILLE THROWS OPEN ITS’ DOORS TO A NEW GENERATION OF MUSIC LOVERS THIS WEEK!
“BRIAN & SALLY’S CORNER” WILL DEBUT THURSDAY, MAY 10 WITH LIVE STREAMING FACEBOOK CONCERT BROADCAST FEATURING MITCH ROSSELL & ALLIE COLLEEN!!!
Called the “spiritual epicenter of the Cash family” by close family friend Marty Stuart, “The Mama Cash House” in Hendersonville, TN will again be alive with the sound of music this week. The home’s current owner, music preservationist Brian Oxley and his wife Sally are hosting the maiden voyage of their new Facebook Live weekly one hour broadcast, “Brian & Sally’s Corner,” this Thursday night, May 10, at 7:00 PM CT. Guest artists will be Mitch Rossell and Allie Colleen. The event will stream live on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/brianandsallyscorner/ The live event will also offer limited audience seating onsite. Those wishing to attend should RSVP to: email@example.com or call 615-646-5990 to reserve a seat. Location is 185 Caudill Drive in Hendersonville. ABOUT THE MAMA CASH HOUSE: A historical monument in Nashville’s music community and beyond to legions of Cash fans globally, the now retro-chic rancher was built by Cash for his parents, Ray and Carrie, on land located just across the street from his own lakefront estate on Old Hickory Lake. Both Johnny and June spent periods of their later years in permanent residency at the house. Once a wooded hideaway retreat, the Mama Cash House is now an artistic stand-out in the subdivision that has sprung up around it. Warm and familiar memories and mementoes of the Cash family are everywhere again on the wood paneled walls. Under the watchful eye of Brian Oxley, who purchased the property in 2014, “Mama Cash” has been lovingly restored to its period charm and grace with the intent of welcoming a new generation of music. In addition to rare Cash memorabilia, current displays at the house include highlights of Oxley’s Elvis Presley preservation pieces from the Colonel Tom Parker house in Madison that he recently dismantled. Oxley is currently carefully gathering archival data on the Cash house to present a memorial retrospect of Johnny’s time at Mama Cash in his final years—including his last recording sessions—many of which happened at the property. THIS WEEK’S GUESTS ON “BRIAN & SALLY’S CORNER:” Singer/songwriter Mitchell Rossell has become a frequent buzz-word on Music Row since arriving in Nashville in 2010. Opening frequent dates for Garth Brooks on his “World Tour,” Rossell also headlines his own concerts on the heels of the release of his first studio album, “Raised On The Radio,” which featured tracks produced by Brooks. Garth has said of him. “Once he has your attention, get ready for some of the best lyrics and melodies you’ve ever heard.” Allie Colleen picked up guitar at the age of 12 in her native Oklahoma, setting her course towards becoming the talented singer/songwriter she is today. With a voice tinged with both classic and emerging country influences, the 21 year old Belmont student is following a rich family tradition in music. Her performance of “Close Enough” is approaching 1 million views on YouTube.