MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY, PAT MONAHAN AND SHELBY LYNNE ADDED TO “WE WALK THE LINE: A CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH” STAR-STUDDED LINEUP
Legendary Artists Join Previously Announced Performers to Pay Tribute to Johnny Cash and His Legacy at April 20 Concert in Austin, TX
The fourth volume in the successful CASH BOOTLEG series, this album presents an intimate and personal look at Cash's passion for gospel music and his own spiritual path. The album is available now!
Organizers of the upcoming "We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash" concert have confirmed that Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow will join the lineup for the April 20th show in Austin, Texas. They join previously-announced performers Kenny Chesney, Kris Kristofferson, Lucinda Williams, Shooter Jennings, Ray LaMontagne, Jamey Johnson, Chris Cornell, John Hiatt, Ronnie Dunn, Carolina Chocolate Drops and Amy Lee.
Organizers of the Johnny Cash Music Festival have set October 5th as the date for this year's event, to be held at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Rosanne Cash will host the festival and the lineup of musical acts will be announced later. Proceeds will help finance the renovation of Johnny Cash's boyhood home in Dyess.
JOHNNY CASH TO BE CELEBRATED WITH “WE WALK THE LINE: A CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH” IN HONOR OF HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY
Concert Will Feature a Star-Studded Lineup Including Kenny Chesney, Kris Kristofferson, Chris Cornell, Ronnie Dunn, John Hiatt, Amy Lee, Shooter Jennings, Lucinda Williams, Ray LaMontagne, and Jamey Johnson with more Legendary Surprise Guests to be Announced
The family of Johnny Cash visited Region 8 Sunday afternoon to celebrate the life of the country music icon with his fans on what would have been Cash's 80th birthday. The family is partnering with Arkansas Heritage Sites office at Arkansas State University to restore the home and community where Cash lived with his parents and siblings for 15 years of his life.
To commemorate what would be the county-music master’s 80th birthday on Feb. 26, several celebrations, projects and events are scheduled throughout the year. Cash’s boyhood home in Dyess, Ark. is being restored. Columbia/Legacy will release a series of archived recordings, starting with a collection of his gospel and spiritual songs from 1970s and ’80s called Bootleg IV: The Soul of Truth, which will be available in April. A Johnny Cash Museum is scheduled to open this summer in Nashville.
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On February 26th – what would have been Johnny Cash's 80th birthday – his siblings, children and grandchildren will gather at his boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas, to celebrate the upcoming restoration of the crumbling 1930s structure. Then they will head to the town's community center to sing and share stories about the late star.
JOHNNY CASH'S 80TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION SET TO KICK OFF FEBRUARY 26 WITH GROUND-BREAKING ON THE RESTORATION OF HIS DYESS, ARKANSAS BOYHOOD HOME
Archive Recordings from Sun and Columbia Years, Johnny Cash Museum and Much More Planned for 2012 to Pay Tribute to The Man in Black
It is to Arkansas, to the town of Dyess, that members Cash’s family will return on February 26th, the eightieth anniversary of his birth, to celebrate ground breaking on the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Project. Under the stewardship of Arkansas State University, the project is intended to be be a permanent tribute to Cash’s early life and that of his family.
A new downtown museum dedicated to the life and music career of the late "Man in Black" will feature 18,000 square feet of memorabilia, interactive exhibits and a 250-seat auditorium, organizers of the new Johnny Cash Museum announced today in their formal unveiling of its permanent home in Nashville.