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It's tough to have a famous parent, really hard to go into the same business, and almost impossible to create a brilliant career in your own right ... but that's exactly what singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, daughter of Johnny Cash, has done.

We've invited Cash to play a game called: "Man, you sing a lot better now than you did at that Padres game!" Three questions about another Roseanne — Roseanne Barr — who famously butchered the National Anthem at a baseball game in 1990.

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