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    What You Didn’t See In The Iconic Million Dollar Quartet Photo

    You’ve all seen the photo. An impromptu jam session between Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash was photographed, as well as recorded, in 1956 and the rest, they say, is history. What if we told you that isn’t the whole story? Let’s start from the beginning. Perkins was in the Sun Records studio on December 4, […] More

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    Hank Williams Jr. And Kid Rock Pay Tribute To Johnny Cash In Rockin’ Performance

    No one can replace The Man in Black. He is a legend in country music as a singer and a songwriter. At the CMT Memorial Tribute to Johnny Cash, Kid Rock and Hank Williams Jr. did their best to honor him. While introducing their song dedicated to Cash, Kid Rock wanted to be clear that he did not know Johnny […] More

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    Johnny Cash Switches Brain With Bank Robber’s In Weirdest Music Video You’ll Ever See

    It’s hard to imagine it now, but there was once a point in history when music videos didn’t exist. Now, almost every time an artist releases a new single they also release a music video to accompany it. At times, they’ll even release videos for songs that are never shipped to radio. Music videos certainly […] More

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    Chris Stapleton Puts Soulful Spin On Johnny Cash’s ‘Folsom Prison Blues’

    Following his iconic CMA performance in November 2015, Chris Stapleton proved that he is a force to be reckoned with in country music. Although Stapleton has been active in the industry for years, particularly as a songwriter, he’s just starting to gain a large fan base and following. With Stapleton’s increased popularity, people are starting to discover some of […] More

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    Guy Gets Drunk And Tells The Story Of How Johnny Cash Recorded One Of His Most Iconic Songs

    As country music fans know, there is a legendary story about how a janitor at Columbia Records got one of the biggest country singers of all time to record a song he wrote. The janitor was Kris Kristofferson, the country star was Johnny Cash, and the song was “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down.” While this song […] More

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    Johnny & June Delight All The Children With Enchanting Christmas Carol

    The pair of legends put the sparkle in these children’s eyes as they sing one of the classics that we all know! Both Johnny Cash and his beloved wife, June Carter Cash were always fond of the holidays and celebrating by spending time with their large family, so there’s no wonder they stopped by Billy Graham’s television show and […] More

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    Johnny Cash & Statler Brothers Give Haunting Performance Of Blue Christmas

    Even years after his death, Johnny Cash continues to move his audience with stunning past performances. Luckily for us, there will always be a catalog of his performance online where we can enjoy them anytime we like. The Man In Black hosted his own variety show from 1969-1971 titled The Johnny Cash Show. It was there that Cash […] More

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    Loretta Lynn Enlists Help Of John Carter Cash For Christmas Video That Will Brighten Your Day

    Although Loretta Lynn has been in the country music business for decades, she has only ever released two holiday albums. Released 50 years apart from each other, those two Christmas albums are regarded as some of the best to ever grace country music. Lynn’s 1966 Christmas album was appropriately titled Country Christmas, and was named after one of the […] More

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    Legendary Nashville Songwriter Passes Away

    The mastermind that John Prine called, “One of the best songwriters in Nashville…make that the United States,” has passed away. Richard Dobson died on Saturday (Dec. 17) in a hospital in Switzerland at the age of 75, according to Rolling Stone. Dobson had written for Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Carlene Carter, Guy Clark, David […] More

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    14-Year-Old Performs ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ And It’s Like Listening To Johnny Cash

    It’s always rare to find a performance of an amateur singer do a country legend justice. Heck, it’s rare for a professional singer to do a country legend justice. When 14-year-old Haavard Nilsen heard about his school’s talent show, he knew there was one particular song he had to sing – Johnny Cash‘s “Folsom Prison Blues”. He walked […] More

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    Four Biggest Names In Country Saddle Up For The Award-Winning “Highwayman”

    Country legends Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson,  and Kris Kristofferson teamed up to join country supergroup The Highwaymen in 1985. The group decided to do a project together while working on a television special together in Switzerland. The Highwaymen were active from 1985 to 1995 and recorded three major studio albums: Highwayman, Highwayman 2, and The Road Goes On Forever.  Their first album Highwayman was certified Platinum and […] More

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    Texas Cop Stuns Fellow Officers With Unexpected Johnny Cash Cover

    One San Antonio police officer had a big surprise in store as his coworkers all gathered for roll call one day. With a guitar in hand, Officer Billy Morgan stunned everyone in the room when he broke out into Johnny Cash‘s iconic hit, “Folsom Prison Blues.” “I know it’s a song about going to prison, but it’s one […] More

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