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It’s been 50 years since Johnny Cash recorded his live At San Quentin album, which hit #1 on both the Country and Pop album charts and was nominated for Album of the Year at the GRAMMYs.
Go behind the scenes with Jim Marshall Photography LLC in the oversized photo book…
Johnny Cash returns to Folsom Prison in The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash, Thom Zimny’s documentary focusing on the icon’s legendary Jan. 13, 1968 visit to the California penitentiary.
See an exclusive clip of never-before-seen images of Cash’s visit at Billboard: http://ow.ly/kKGY30nYXDC
The film premieres…
Rosanne Cash and Marty Stuart will headline the benefit concert at the 2019 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival in the cotton field adjacent to the Cash Boyhood Home in Dyess, Ark. The concert will take place Saturday afternoon, Oct. 19, as the highlight of the three-day festival, which runs Thursday-Saturday, Oct….
J.R. Cash, born on this day in 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas.
Always a patriot, Johnny Cash spoke and presidents listened.
Johnny and June Carter Cash recorded three full albums together, but they worked together for nearly 40 years.
Which of their duets is your favorite?
The Man in Black received 53 Gold and Platinum awards from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) during his career – though this one was actually presented to Cash’s Columbia Records labelmate Barbra Streisand, if you look closely at the photo!
Directed by Thom Zimny, this documentary takes the remarkable Folsom Prison recording as a central motif and features interviews with family and celebrated collaborators.
“While the linear narrative of the Folsom Prison performances will anchor our film, each song in the set list will open a door into a nonlinear…
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Johnny Cash performed his most famous concerts at Folsom Prison 51 years ago this week.
“That’s where things really got started for me again.” -Johnny Cash to Rolling Stone in 1974 on the Folsom Prison concerts
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Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings made country music history as The Highwaymen.
“I fly a starship
Across the Universe divide
And when I reach the other side
I’ll find a place to rest my spirit if I can
Perhaps I may become a highwayman again …”