At the end of his life, Johnny Cash had a resurgence in his career in part because of his emotional and touching cover of Nine Inch Nails' song “Hurt.” To learn more about this time in his life, tune in to Ovation on October 21st at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT. Ovtn.tv/SongBySong
OVATION’S ORIGINAL SERIES JOHNNY CASH: SONG BY SONG REVEALS “THE MAN IN BLACK” LIKE NEVER BEFORE
Premiering October 7, the Six-Part Series Features Ben Folds, Shelby Lynne, Grace Potter, Shooter Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Billy Bob Thornton, Chris Isaak, John Carter Cash and Many Others
September 12: Today is the ninth anniversary of the loss of Johnny Cash. Instead of dwelling on the sadness of this day, we've chosen to look back at one of the most light-hearted moments in the career of the Man in Black, which shows his sense of humor -- the 1966 Columbia release "Everybody Loves A Nut." This release features songs such as the title song, "Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog," and the classic "The One On The Right Is On The Left." Here is the cover to that LP, illustrated by Mad Magazine's Jack Davis.
AARP has an exclusive video from the just-released We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash. Sheryl Crow performs "Cry, Cry, Cry" in the video below, and on the same CD, she performs "If I Were a Carpenter" in a duet with Willie Nelson.
JOHNNY CASH – THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUM COLLECTION BRINGS TOGETHER 59 ALBUMS ON 63 CDs, FROM 1958’s THE FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH THROUGH 1990’s HIGHWAYMAN 2 WITH WAYLON, WILLIE AND KRISTOFFERSON
35 Albums Released on CD for the First Time by Columbia/Legacy in the U.S.; First 19 Albums (1958-1967) Released for First Time in Mono on CD by Columbia/Legacy in the U.S.
In this article from the Poinsett County Democrat Tribune in Arkansas, Rosanne Cash talked about the second annual Johnny Cash Music Festival, to be held October 5th at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Proceeds from the concert will help fund the ongoing restoration of the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Project in Dyess, Ark.
We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash will premiere nationally starting tonight, August 10th, on PBS. The concert, which was filmed last April and released this week on CD/DVD and Blu-ray, features artists including Kris Kristofferson, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson, Shooter Jennings, Shelby Lynne, Brandi Carlile, Carolina Chocolate Drops and Ronnie Dunn paying tribute to the Man in Black. Check your local listings for air times.
Rhett Miller was among the musicians in April who performed during We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash, which was released this week on CD/DVD and Blu-ray. Miller named his band, the Old 97's, after Cash's version of the country classic "Wreck of the Old 97." In this video of his performance, Miller tears through the song with the house band. Don't miss the impressive round of guitar solos, the loose piano jam or the fun-loving spirit of everyone on stage.
We Walk The The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash is in stores today! The CD/DVD and Blu-ray feature an all-star roster of legendary musicians who paid tribute to Johnny Cash, including Outlaw country pioneers (Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson), contemporary icons (Ronnie Dunn, Evanescence's Amy Lee) and Grammy Award winners (Pat Monahan of Train and The Carolina Chocolate Drops).
Here is a video exclusive of Iron & Wine’s performance of “Long Black Veil” from Pitchfork.com.
Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, is proud to announce the inclusion of the legendary Johnny Cash in "The Legacy Of," a groundbreaking music app developed for, and available now on Spotify, the digital music service.
The first Johnny Cash Music Festival, which was filmed last year, will be shown as a one-hour television special on three networks this summer. In addition, a Johnny Cash Music Festival 2011 DVD and live CD will go on sale July 31st, featuring live performances from the event. All proceeds will benefit the Johnny Cash Childhood Home Project.
Reese Witherspoon won an Oscar for her portrayal of June Carter Cash in the 2005 film Walk the Line, but when casting the Lifetime biopic Ring of Fire, producers went the opposite direction, casting someone better known for singing as opposed to acting.
"I was very surprised they thought of me [for the part]," said Jewel, who is playing the country-music legend in the TV movie. Jewel might be more comfortable in a music studio than on a film set, but what she lacks in acting experience she makes up for in real-life encounters.