Rosie Nix Adams

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Rosie Nix Adams was an American singer. Rosie Nix Adams was the daughter of June Carter Cash.

Early Life

Rosie Nix Adams was born on July 13, 1958. She was born in Madison, Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Likewise,  according to stepsister Rosanne Cash, her first name was spelled as “Rosie” and “Rosey”.

She grew up with her six siblings. Her zodiac sign is Cancer. She is an American with her nationality who follows the Christian religion. June Carter Cash is her mother’s name and her father’s name is Edwin Lee Nix.

Moreover, there is no information regarding her educational background.  Furthermore, there is no more information about her early life.

Rosie Nix Adams – Net Worth 2022

The net worth of Rosie Nix Adams is $1.5 million at the time of her death. She has earned decent money in her career as an American Singer. Additionally, she lived a Luxury and lavish life with his family. There is no record of her Brand endorsement.

Career

Rosie Nix Adams became famous because of her mother June Carter Cash. In 1949, to perform regularly at KWTO, the Carter Sisters, their mother Maybelle, and the group’s lead guitarist Chet Atkins moved to Springfield, Missouri the radio station there.

During a weekly country music stage concert in 1950 in Nashville, this group joined the Grand Ole Opry. In the Opry 1955 after watching June’s performance, director Eliza Kazan suggested she study acting.

Thereafter, at The Actor’s Studio in New York City, she studied acting. She acted in various supporting roles in 1957, in ‘Gunsmoke’ and ‘The Adventures of Jim Bowie. Likewise, both of these are American Western television series.
She acted in the film ‘Country Music Holidays in 1958. Thus, she was also featured on the television show “Shindig”. In the early parts of 1960, by performing with her mother and sisters she started her career in music again.
Additionally, it was during this period when she and other members of the Carter Family performed with Johnny Cash.

More about her career

Moreover, like “If I Were a Carpenter” June and Johnny’s cash produced a number of successful musical compositions. In the 1960s she recorded “The Heal” as a solo artist. She appeared in the country music film 1966, ‘The Road to Nashville’.
She acted as Mary Magdalene in the religious film ‘Gospel Road’ in 1972. This film did not receive success at the box office produced by Johnny Cash. Moreover, she remained busy writing the story of her life in 1979.
She published it with the name “Among My Klediments”. In 1987, in her life story “From the Heart” she published another account. She started accepting acting roles again during the 1980s and 1990s.
Similarly, she made appearances on television programs like ‘Little House on the Prairie’, ‘And Dr. Quinn, ‘Medicine Woman’ and so on. Thus, she acted in the film ‘Apostle’ in 1997.
In 1999, she released a collection of traditional folk songs and returned to her recording jobs. At the same time, she recorded the album “Press On”. It bought her a Grammy Award for the best traditional folk album.
Rosie Nix Adams

Caption: Rosie Nix Adams’s mother singing the song. Source: Wikipedia

Personal Life

Nix-Adams was a married woman. She was married to Philip Adams. Thus, there is no information about her children.  On October 24, 2003, Nix-Adams was found dead on a bus in Montgomery County, Tennessee.

By law enforcement authorities the death was initially called “suspicious” but was subsequently ruled to be accidental.

Body Measurements

Rosie Nix Adams’s height and body weight are not updated. Additionally, she has got brown eyes and brown color hair. Similarly, other measurements like shoe size, dress size, etc are not disclosed.

Rosie Nix Adams – Social Media

Rosie Nix Adams was not active on any social media platforms Like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.