Johnny Cash's boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas is being restored, with the intention of allowing fans and American history buffs the chance to see Cash's humble beginnings in its original state. While it won't be open to the public until August 2014, we have an up close look inside.
A new Johnny Cash album is not due in stores until the middle of March, where did the new Johnny Cash music come from? Cash's son, John Carter Cash told Rolling Stone Magazine that he found a huge "stash of Johnny and wife June Carter's effects". In those 'effects' was an album the Johnny recorded in the '80's but never released. It includes the song "She Used to Love Me A Lot" that also features a young Marty Stuart on mandolin. Check it out.
Johnny Cash's boyhood home in the legend's hometown of Dyess, Arkansas is nearly ready to open to the public. After about 2 years of work to restore the house where Cash spent his youth, it's planning to open for public viewing in April, 2014. Johnny's daughter, Rosanne has been keeping close watch on the progress.
During Tuesday's (March 26) Blind Auditions for Season 4 of 'The Voice,' quirky and undeniably talented duo Midas Whale offered up their accordion and acoustic guitar-laden rendition of Johnny Cash's iconic track 'Folsom Prison Blues.' It was unforgettable and left an impression on all four of the show's famous coaches.
The Johnny Cash 2013 Music Festival lineup has just been announced, with classic country acts, such as Vince Gill, along with Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers set to perform at the third annual event.
The Man in Black being honored by the United States Postal Service. The USPS has announced that Johnny Cash will be among those gracing postage stamps as part of this year's 'Music Icons' stamp series.
It may take superb guitar skills to become a country music superstar, but it's harmonious hand fart skills that will get you recognized as a YouTube sensation. Case in point: This odd, but mesmerizing take on Johnny Cash's iconic hit, 'I Walk the Line.'
During his nearly 50 years in country music, Johnny Cash proved to be one of the most prolific recording artists of his time. He brought equipment everywhere -- often to prisons -- to capture unique sounds and tensions on tape. Those rarities and long since forgotten live albums are just part of what's included in the new 'The Complete Columbia Album Collection' box set.
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