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A classic line-up in Missouri on this day in 1968. Were you there?
Johnny Cash’s At San Quentin was released in June 1969. What’s your favorite track?
Remembering June Carter Cash, who passed on this day in 2003.
Happy Mothers’ Day! Here’s John Carter Cash pictured with his mother June Carter Cash and his grandmother, Maybelle Carter. #MothersDay
GONE FISHIN’: Johnny Cash and his friend, honky-tonk singer Johnny Horton enjoying the great outdoors.
The Sheryl Crow written track was recorded by the Man in Black just months before he died in 2003. Now, she’s featuring the special track on her upcoming duets album. “The first time I heard him sing it,” she said, “I wept.”
Listen to the full track on all streaming…
Bob Dylan once said to me, “You record a song and then spend the rest of your life trying to find the perfect version of it.” Sixteen years after he departed this earth, Johnny Cash helped me realize the perfect version of my song, “Redemption Day.” – Sheryl Crow
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a bill April 11th to honor civil rights icon Daisy Bates and music legend Johnny Cash with statues at the U.S. Capitol.
“We’re especially honored that a statue of my dad has been chosen to represent Arkansas at our Capitol,” said Cash’s daughter, Rosanne Cash….
Members of the Cash family, including Johnny Cash’s sister Joanne Cash and brother Tommy Cash, will be among the performers for the 2019 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival, which is Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 17-19, in Dyess, Ark.
Festival host Rosanne Cash made the announcement Thursday in Little Rock. The family…
Pictured here are Tommy, June Carter Cash, Johnny, Roy, Joanne, their father Ray, Reba and Louise.
“On a moonbeam there might come a spirit rider Who’ll be watching for a flickering in the gloom…”
This stirring poem by Johnny Cash was turned into an original song by Jamey Johnson on Johnny Cash: Forever Words.
Listen: https://JohnnyCash.lnk.to/ForeverWordsAlbum #NationalPoetryMonth