The year was 1969, and the stage was set for The Ralph Emery Special. Merle Haggard, alongside his then-wife Bonnie Owens, took center stage to pay homage to a classic duet that had stolen the hearts of fans at the time – Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash’s iconic 1967 hit, “Jackson.”
In the early 1990s, Johnny and June Carter Cash called Branson, Missouri, home. Their former Branson mansion has been listed for sale for $5.45 million.
The 1996 Kennedy Center Honors brought together some of the most talented performers in the world to pay tribute to the legendary Johnny Cash.
The song touches on real-world issues including soldiers coming back from war, overworked and underpaid school teachers, and more.
Just like it did in 2017, the network paid tribute to the American flag before the Big Game, and “Ragged Old Flag” was used in the video…
Teenage Dolly seemed to take a liking to Mr. Johnny Cash and his songs, moves, and sex appeal.
Referring to Lynn as “one of the most admired women of our time,” Cash spoke about Lynn’s impact on the industry.
American singer-songwriter and musician, Bruce Springsteen went back to his hometown for a rockin’ rendition of Johnny Cash‘s “Ring Of Fire.” Before he even stepped off stage, the crowd was begging for more! In October 2017, Springsteen took the music world by storm when he decided to bring his talent to Broadway. Performing at the Walter […] More
Don’t let this country singer’s youth deceive you. He’s been taking the stage to perform longer than most his age! Eight-year-old Cash Singleton began playing Merle Haggard songs on his guitar at the age of five and his singing career began even earlier. Started At Three At the wee age of three, Cash constantly sang […] More
American Idol finalists Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Maddie Poppe, and Gabby Barrett battled it out for the first-ever Idol title on the hit series’ reboot season in 2018.
Country Star Getting Rid Of Facebook Profile Now more than ever, people are concerned over just how safe their personal information is online. Recent reports have left people questioning Facebook in particular, including celebrities. On Thursday (March 29), country music artist Rosanne Cash took to Facebook to let her followers know they wouldn’t be her […] More
Cash’s son, John Carter Cash, shared the original photo on his Facebook page, explaining that the fifth person is usually cropped out.