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Johnny Cash’s Letter To Himself – December 31, 1968

For many years, Dad would write himself a letter on December 31, summarizing the year’s events and looking to the next. These letters functioned like a personal inventory of sorts. In the one Dad wrote to himself at the end of 1968, he recounts one of the most important years…

Jamey Johnson, John Carter Cash Sing At 2018 SESAC Awards

The words of Johnny Cash set the tone for the evening at the 2018 SESAC Nashville Music Awards on Sunday, as Jamey Johnson shared the stage with John Carter Cash to open the annual event with “Spirit Rider” from the Forever Words collection. The slow, stately number paired Johnson’s melodic…

‘Johnny Cash: The Life And Legacy Of The Man In Black’ Available Now

“Alan Light reveals Cash’s deep commitment to social justice, noting that the song ‘Man in Black’ and the black clothes Cash wore were a protest against the dire treatment of, in Cash’s words, “the ones who are held back.” – Publishers Weekly

This book features never-before-seen personal photographs and memorabilia…

Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison Mural On Display In Sacramento

It’s hard to miss in downtown Sacramento: a giant red, orange and yellow likeness of Johnny Cash performing at Folsom State Prison.

The new mural is famed graphic artist and activist Shepard Fairey’s contribution to this year’s Wide Open Walls festival, which started Aug. 9 and ended on Sunday. The…