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.
After much planning, work is finally set to begin later this month to restore Johnny Cash’s boyhood home in the eastern Arkansas town of Dyess. A ceremony is planned for Sunday, Feb. 26, which would have been Cash’s 80th birthday. The events are open to the public and will begin with a restoration launch at the Cash home at 2 PM.
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John Carter Cash, who recently published the book "House of Cash: The Legacies of My Father, Johnny Cash," spoke with Fox News' Fox411 about his father, the legendary Johnny Cash, and the purpose of the book. Here is an excerpt:
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John Carter Cash will be on the East Tennessee State University campus on Tuesday, Nov. 22, to speak and sign copies of his new book, House of Cash: The Legacies of My Father, Johnny Cash.
His free public appearance will be at 7 p.m. in the Bud Frank Theatre on the ground level of Gilbreath Hall. The ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band will kick off the evening’s festivities.
Here is video of John Carter Cash's interview with Glenn Beck, where he discusses the new book "House of Cash."
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will celebrate the holiday season with an assortment of programs and events for the entire family. Among those events, every Sunday from November 27 until December 18, the Museum will screen the 1977 episode of the Johnny Cash Christmas Special which includes appearances by June Carter Cash, Roy Clark, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and the Statler Brothers.
Read more at GACTV.com.
A final kiss always followed my parent's rousing performance of "Jackson." This photo is found in "House of Cash" by John Carter Cash.