Singer-songwriter, Ana Cristina Cash, is set to release her latest project, The Tough Love EP, featuring co-written material with husband and producer, John Carter Cash, on March 14th

The Tough Love EP was recorded at the historical Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee. A key track on the EP is a unique interpretation of John Anderson’s “Seminole Wind” in which was exclusively featured via Country Rebel. The first single from the EP, “Tough Love Woman” will be available soon. 
The title track, written with master songwriter Shawn Camp, displays energy and creativity that showcases Cash’s powerful voice. 
Cash, who is bi-lingual, started her professional music career at 6 years of age, quickly becoming an accomplished champion of the singing contests on the variety show, “Sabado Gigante.”  At the age of 16 she signed to Sony Music’s Latin division and released her first album, Ana Cristina, in the Spanish language. 
In 2005, Cash became the first Hispanic in history to perform the “Star Spangled Banner” at a Presidential Inauguration. She was invited a year later to perform at the White House and sing for the President of the United States, the Crowned Prince of Spain and other notable world ambassadors. 
Watch Ana Cristina Cash’s version of “Seminole Wind” below!