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In 1967 Baron Wolman was a young freelance photojournalist living in San Francisco when he helped start Rolling Stone magazine. In December of that year, he photographed Johnny Cash and June Carter performing at a small venue just south of the city called the Circle Star Theatre. One of his shots captured a moment when a dapper Johnny, seated alone backstage before the show, seemed completely lost in thought. “Watching Johnny before he went on,” recalls Baron, “I was concerned that he was not at all in the mood to perform.”

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Thirty Years After It Was Recorded, Out Among The Stars Debuts at#1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and #3 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart

Out Among The Stars Receiving Rave Reviews from Critics and Fans
“…perhaps one of the most revealing Johnny Cash records ever made.” – VILLAGE VOICE

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What's Your Favorite Johnny Cash Tune?

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"I Walk the Line" b/w "Get Rhythm" by Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two is released, reportedly a 2 million seller, hits #1 C&W and top 20 pop. Cash signs his first management deal with Bob Neal, Presley's manager prior to Col. Tom Parker.

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