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There is nothing like a meal with family. ‘The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook’ features plenty of recipes you’ll want to pass on to your loved ones: https://JohnnyCash.lnk.to/Cookbook
Johnny Cash enlisted in the United States Air Force 69 years ago this month. “[It] taught me the things every military service imparts to its enlisted men,” Cash later said, “plus one skill that’s pretty unusual: if you ever need to know what one Russian is signaling to another in…
Rosanne Cash tells the story behind one of her father Johnny Cash’s biggest hit songs — just one of the stories in Country Music from Ken Burns, coming to PBS on Sept 15.
On this day in 1956, backstage during his first performance at the Grand Ole Opry, Johnny Cash and June Carter met for the first time.
“I can’t remember anything else we talked about,” June later wrote of their encounter, “except his eyes.”
Ragged Old Flag is Cash’s 47th album and was released in 1974. All of the songs on the album were composed by Cash, except “I’m a Worried Man” which was written by himself and June Carter Cash.
Did you know that the song “I Don’t Know Where I’m Bound” was written by an inmate at San Quentin named Terry Cuddy? Cash saw the lyrics the previous day and made up his own tune.
Remembering the lovely June Carter Cash, born on this day in 1929.
Words from Merle Haggard, who was in the audience of one of Cash’s earlier performances at San Quentin on New Year’s Eve in 1958.
Can you name the famous poet who wrote one of Cash’s biggest hits? Learn all about “A Boy Named Sue.”
Deluxe 5CD Box Set Arrives Friday, August 30
2CD, 2LP and Digital Configurations Coming Friday, September 13
Ken Burns’s COUNTRY MUSIC–an 8-part Documentary Exploring 20th Century American Country Music–Premieres Sunday, September 15 on PBS
Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Universal Music Group (UMG), will…
DID YOU KNOW? Johnny Cash’s family traces its roots back to the county of Fife in Scotland. The Caeshe (as they were known then) family motto is “better times will come.”