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Johnny Cash Trail Phase II Construction Begins In Folsom

Work begins this week on the second phase of the Johnny Cash Trail, located at East Natoma Street and Folsom Prison Road.

… The Johnny Cash Trail will set the stage for a world-class public art experience to celebrate and honor one of the world’s most famous country musicians and…

‘Johnny Cash Children’s Album’ Vinyl Coming Record Store Day

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, commemorates the 10th Anniversary of Record Store Day with an electrifying line-up of exclusive new and collectible 7″ and 12″ vinyl releases.

For RSD 2017, Legacy is offering an extraordinary range of 7″ and 12″ titles from a variety of artists…

Johnny Cash ‘Don’t Make a Movie About Me’ – The Paris Review

Forever Words: The Unknown Poems of Johnny Cash is compiled from a mountain of Cash’s handwritten poetry (all unpublished) and spans the many stages of Cash’s career. “Don’t Make a Movie About Me” is one of many pieces within that reflect Cash’s “humorous strand,” poet Paul Muldoon writes in his…

Tune In: Johnny Cash Featured On ‘Soundbreaking’ On PBS

Johnny Cash said that magic had gone from his music in the 70s and 80s. His relationship with producer Rick Rubin would change that feeling forever. Tune in to Soundbreaking tonight on PBS at 10/9c for this and more incredible stories from the recording studios of the greats. Check your…

Johnny Cash, The Poet In Black – The New York Times

Shortly before he died, Johnny Cash scrawled down eight short lines in a shaky hand, mortality clearly on his mind.

“You tell me that I must perish/Like the flowers that I cherish,” he wrote. He considered the hell of “nothing remaining of my name,” before concluding with an affirmation of…