Johnny Cash

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Hurt 03:39 Tools
I Walk the Line 02:44 Tools
Ring of Fire 02:36 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues 03:28 Tools
Personal Jesus 03:15 Tools
The Man Comes Around 04:27 Tools
God's Gonna Cut You Down 02:39 Tools
Give My Love to Rose 03:29 Tools
Get Rhythm 02:16 Tools
Man in Black 02:54 Tools
Big River 02:32 Tools
I Still Miss Someone 02:35 Tools
One 03:53 Tools
I Hung My Head 03:54 Tools
A Boy Named Sue 03:47 Tools
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky 03:12 Tools
Hey Porter 02:14 Tools
Guess Things Happen That Way 01:53 Tools
In My Life 02:58 Tools
Bridge Over Troubled Water 03:56 Tools
Cocaine Blues 02:50 Tools
Orange Blossom Special 03:11 Tools
I've Been Everywhere 03:18 Tools
I Got Stripes 01:58 Tools
Rusty Cage 02:49 Tools
I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry 00:00 Tools
Solitary Man 02:26 Tools
Daddy Sang Bass 02:22 Tools
Sunday Morning Coming Down 03:54 Tools
One Piece At A Time 00:00 Tools
Cry, Cry, Cry 02:25 Tools
Sam Hall 02:41 Tools
Danny Boy 03:20 Tools
Desperado 03:14 Tools
I Won't Back Down 02:10 Tools
We'll Meet Again 02:59 Tools
Ain't No Grave 02:54 Tools
Tear Stained Letter 03:42 Tools
Five Feet High And Rising 01:50 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - live 03:02 Tools
There You Go 02:17 Tools
The Mercy Seat 04:36 Tools
Delia's Gone 02:18 Tools
The Long Black Veil 03:08 Tools
I See a Darkness 03:43 Tools
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen 00:00 Tools
The Ballad Of Ira Hayes 04:09 Tools
Streets Of Laredo 03:34 Tools
A Thing Called Love 02:32 Tools
Flesh And Blood 02:37 Tools
First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 03:53 Tools
25 Minutes to Go 03:14 Tools
The Little Drummer Boy 02:34 Tools
Cry! Cry! Cry! 02:25 Tools
Wayfaring Stranger 03:23 Tools
The Wall 02:10 Tools
Country Boy 02:34 Tools
Understand Your Man 02:43 Tools
Home Of The Blues 00:00 Tools
Wanted Man 02:53 Tools
Further On Up The Road 03:25 Tools
Rock Island Line 02:12 Tools
Thirteen 03:24 Tools
The Beast In Me 02:46 Tools
Busted 02:17 Tools
If You Could Read My Mind 04:31 Tools
Nobody 03:15 Tools
A Boy Named Sue (live) 03:47 Tools
Tennessee Stud 02:55 Tools
Send a Picture of Mother 02:11 Tools
Country Trash 01:48 Tools
Highwayman 03:04 Tools
I Came To Believe 00:00 Tools
Dark as the Dungeon 03:05 Tools
Help Me 02:52 Tools
So Doggone Lonesome 02:37 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues (Live) 03:02 Tools
Like The 309 04:36 Tools
Before My Time 02:56 Tools
Bird On A Wire 04:03 Tools
The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer 07:09 Tools
Redemption Day 04:23 Tools
She Used to Love Me a Lot 00:00 Tools
Train of Love 02:25 Tools
San Quentin 03:07 Tools
It Ain't Me Babe 03:05 Tools
Flushed From the Bathroom of Your Heart 02:17 Tools
Mary of the Wild Moor 02:33 Tools
All over Again 00:00 Tools
Field of Diamonds 03:16 Tools
The Ways of a Woman in Love 02:25 Tools
Rowboat 03:44 Tools
Tennessee Flat-Top Box 03:02 Tools
Satisfied Mind 02:51 Tools
Mean Eyed Cat 02:31 Tools
On The Evening Train 04:18 Tools
Love's Been Good To Me 03:19 Tools
Sea Of Heartbreak 02:45 Tools
Let the Train Blow the Whistle 00:00 Tools
Joe Bean 02:26 Tools
Long Black Veil 00:00 Tools
Drive On 02:24 Tools
Rose Of My Heart 03:19 Tools
That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) 02:36 Tools
Green, Green Grass of Home 02:30 Tools
I'm Free from the Chain Gang Now 00:00 Tools
Greystone Chapel 06:02 Tools
Redemption 04:23 Tools
Four Strong Winds 04:35 Tools
A Legend In My Time 00:00 Tools
Heart Of Gold 03:02 Tools
Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone) 02:42 Tools
Like A Soldier 02:51 Tools
Down There By The Train 05:37 Tools
You Are My Sunshine 02:33 Tools
The One On The Right Is On The Left 02:46 Tools
If I Were A Carpenter 03:00 Tools
For the Good Times 03:22 Tools
Southern Accents 04:44 Tools
Cry Cry Cry 02:25 Tools
Ghost Riders in the Sky 03:12 Tools
Luther Played the Boogie 02:06 Tools
Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog 01:31 Tools
Girl From The North Country 03:45 Tools
I Was There When It Happened 02:19 Tools
Highway Patrolman 05:23 Tools
In the Jailhouse Now 02:23 Tools
Doin' My Time 02:59 Tools
Next in Line 02:49 Tools
Ragged Old Flag 03:10 Tools
A Boy Named Sue - Live 03:47 Tools
Out Among The Stars 00:00 Tools
I Corinthians 15:55 00:00 Tools
Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound 03:27 Tools
I Don't Hurt Anymore 02:45 Tools
Come in Stranger 01:44 Tools
Unchained 02:54 Tools
Blue Train 02:04 Tools
Memories Are Made Of This 03:18 Tools
Ring of Fire - Mono Version 00:00 Tools
Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream 03:14 Tools
Wreck of the Old 97 02:45 Tools
You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven 02:42 Tools
I'm Leavin' Now 03:07 Tools
I'm Movin' On 03:12 Tools
The Man Who Couldn't Cry 05:02 Tools
Cool Water 02:53 Tools
Spiritual 05:10 Tools
Thanks a Lot 02:37 Tools
The Rebel - Johnny Yuma 01:53 Tools
Jackson (With June Carter) 03:11 Tools
I Never Picked Cotton 02:40 Tools
Aloha Oe 03:00 Tools
Blue Christmas 02:25 Tools
Don't Make Me Go 02:28 Tools
Why Me Lord 02:20 Tools
Meet Me In Heaven 03:22 Tools
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 03:53 Tools
Without Love 02:30 Tools
Silent Night 02:03 Tools
The Streets Of Laredo 00:00 Tools
Sixteen Tons 02:44 Tools
Pickin' Time 02:02 Tools
A Boy Named Sue [live] 03:47 Tools
The Caretaker 01:56 Tools
Dark As A Dungeon 03:06 Tools
Joy to the World 02:07 Tools
San Quentin (Live) 03:07 Tools
Big Iron 03:53 Tools
Tennessee Flat Top Box 00:00 Tools
The Night Hank Williams Came To Town 00:00 Tools
If the Good Lord's Willing 01:45 Tools
Cocaine Blues - Live 03:02 Tools
It Ain't Me, Babe 03:02 Tools
Starkville City Jail 02:23 Tools
Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) 03:53 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 02:51 Tools
Darlin' Companion 02:24 Tools
Baby Ride Easy 00:00 Tools
Kate 02:16 Tools
Waiting For A Train 02:10 Tools
Frankie's Man, Johnny 02:18 Tools
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 01:53 Tools
After All 02:47 Tools
The Wanderer 00:00 Tools
Devil's Right Hand 02:34 Tools
If I Told You Who It Was 03:03 Tools
I Forgot to Remember to Forget 01:55 Tools
I Love You Because 02:26 Tools
Redemption Song 03:28 Tools
He Turned The Water Into Wine 00:23 Tools
Cat's In The Cradle 00:00 Tools
I Walk the Line - single version 00:00 Tools
Katy Too 01:56 Tools
I Drove Her Out Of My Mind 02:58 Tools
The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) 02:26 Tools
Two Timin' Woman 02:07 Tools
As Long As The Grass Shall Grow 00:00 Tools
Wreck of the Old '97 01:50 Tools
Bonanza 00:00 Tools
I Heard That Lonesome Whistle 04:08 Tools
Call Your Mother 03:17 Tools
In The Sweet By And By 02:25 Tools
Straight A's in Love 02:14 Tools
Oh Lonesome Me 02:29 Tools
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day 02:29 Tools
I Don't Know Where I'm Bound 00:00 Tools
One More Ride 02:03 Tools
Wide Open Road 02:27 Tools
Remember Me (I'm the One Who Loves You) 02:02 Tools
Born to Lose 02:11 Tools
There Ain't No Good Chain Gang 03:18 Tools
Peace In The Valley 02:54 Tools
The Kneeling Drunkard's Plea 02:32 Tools
Goodnight Irene 02:40 Tools
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 03:29 Tools
If I Give My Soul 03:01 Tools
Tennessee 00:00 Tools
You Win Again 02:21 Tools
Banks Of The Ohio 04:08 Tools
(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley 02:48 Tools
Why Me Lord? 02:21 Tools
It Was Jesus 02:05 Tools
Cocaine Blues (Live) 03:02 Tools
Belshazzar 02:26 Tools
What Is Truth 02:38 Tools
Sugartime 01:51 Tools
Jackson (With June Carter Cash) 02:47 Tools
The One Rose 02:26 Tools
I'm Leaving Now 03:08 Tools
No Earthly Good 02:43 Tools
Down The Street To 301 02:06 Tools
Breaking Bread 02:49 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues [live] 03:02 Tools
I Shall Not Be Moved 00:00 Tools
Rock And Roll Shoes 00:00 Tools
I'll Fly Away 04:03 Tools
When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder 01:35 Tools
The General Lee 02:52 Tools
Old Chunk Of Coal 01:54 Tools
It Ain't Me, Babe (with June Carter Cash) 03:03 Tools
Let The Lower Lights Be Burning 03:14 Tools
The Old Account 02:25 Tools
Wichita Lineman 03:02 Tools
Boy Named Sue 03:43 Tools
Life Goes On 01:59 Tools
Just The Other Side Of Nowhere 03:19 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 02:55 Tools
Little Drummer Boy 00:00 Tools
The Man Comes Around (Early Take) 03:52 Tools
Casey Jones 03:02 Tools
Pocahontas 03:43 Tools
The Man On the Hill 02:04 Tools
What Do I Care 02:09 Tools
A Boy Named Sue - Live at San Quentin State Prison, San Quentin, CA - February 1969 00:00 Tools
It's Just About Time 02:11 Tools
Wildwood Flower 02:16 Tools
Where We'll Never Grow Old 03:30 Tools
The Greatest Cowboy Of Them All 03:41 Tools
Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction: A Cowboy's Prayer) 00:00 Tools
That's Enough 02:42 Tools
I Could Never Be Ashamed of You 02:14 Tools
Do Lord 02:12 Tools
I Am A Pilgrim 00:00 Tools
Christmas as I Knew It 02:49 Tools
Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down 04:59 Tools
Father And Son 02:50 Tools
Away in a Manger 00:00 Tools
O Come All Ye Faithful 03:16 Tools
I'm Going To Memphis 02:39 Tools
Oh, Bury Me Not 02:26 Tools
Softly And Tenderly 00:00 Tools
That's All Over 00:00 Tools
Don't You Think It's Come Our Time 00:00 Tools
I'd Rather Die Young 02:32 Tools
You'll Never Walk Alone 00:00 Tools
Casey's Last Ride 00:00 Tools
Remember the Alamo 00:00 Tools
Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies 02:14 Tools
I'm Bound For The Promised Land 02:14 Tools
I Want to Go Home 00:00 Tools
I Feel Better All Over 00:00 Tools
Girl From The North Country (with Bob Dylan) 03:42 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - Mono Version 00:00 Tools
Hey Good Lookin' 00:00 Tools
Clementine 02:31 Tools
Just As I Am 02:38 Tools
Run Softly, Blue River 00:00 Tools
Port Of Lonely Hearts 02:32 Tools
I Just Thought You'd Like to Know 02:22 Tools
He Stopped Loving Her Today 00:00 Tools
The Fourth Man In The Fire 02:49 Tools
The Troubadour 02:19 Tools
A Singer Of Songs 02:49 Tools
Trouble In Mind 03:33 Tools
In The Garden 03:16 Tools
My Treasure 01:16 Tools
Suppertime 02:56 Tools
The Wreck of the Old '97 01:48 Tools
Mercy Seat 04:34 Tools
Going to Memphis 00:00 Tools
I Couldn't Keep from Crying 02:06 Tools
The Rebel-Johnny Yuma 01:52 Tools
Give My Love To Rose (With June Carter Cash) 00:00 Tools
Down The Line 00:00 Tools
Chattanooga Sugar Babe 03:17 Tools
Oney 00:00 Tools
If I Were A Carpenter (with June Carter Cash) 03:00 Tools
No Expectations 00:00 Tools
25 Minutes To Go - Live 03:32 Tools
The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago 02:17 Tools
Time Changes Everything 01:50 Tools
In Them Old Cottonfields Back Home 02:34 Tools
When He Reached Down 00:00 Tools
Rockabilly Blues (Texas 1955) 00:00 Tools
Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 00:00 Tools
Mister Garfield 03:53 Tools
If We Never Meet Again This Side Of Heaven 02:29 Tools
The Story of a Broken Heart 02:09 Tools
Salty Dog 02:25 Tools
I Saw a Man 02:32 Tools
Hank and Joe and Me 02:07 Tools
I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow 02:22 Tools
Ring Of Fire - Single Version 02:35 Tools
The L & N Don't Stop Here Anymore 03:14 Tools
Ballard of a teenage queen 02:11 Tools
Drink to Me 01:56 Tools
New Mexico 02:08 Tools
She Used to Love Me a Lot - JC/EC Version 03:23 Tools
Bad News 02:57 Tools
A Boy Named Sue (Live in Denmark) - Live 00:00 Tools
Blistered 02:23 Tools
I Will Rock And Roll With You 00:00 Tools
"T" For Texas 03:37 Tools
Oh, Lonesome Me 00:00 Tools
Orange Blossom Special - live 00:00 Tools
'Cause I Love You 01:44 Tools
Hard Times 02:40 Tools
Book Review 02:08 Tools
Old Apache Squaw 01:44 Tools
That Lucky Old Sun 00:00 Tools
The Christmas Spirit 04:59 Tools
Kneeling Drunkard's Plea 00:00 Tools
Fool's Hall of Fame 02:20 Tools
Shepherd of My Heart 02:11 Tools
It Aint Me Babe 03:05 Tools
Austin Prison 02:11 Tools
Lumberjack 01:42 Tools
San Quentin [live] 03:07 Tools
Family Bible 03:13 Tools
When It's Springtime in Alaska (It's Forty Below) 02:37 Tools
The Big Battle 00:00 Tools
Ballad Of Ira Hayes 04:10 Tools
The Christmas Guest 04:39 Tools
Seasons of My Heart 02:31 Tools
Any Old Wind That Blows 00:00 Tools
Oh, What A Dream 01:51 Tools
Song of the Patriot 03:29 Tools
The Ballad of Boot Hill 02:36 Tools
Jackson - Live 03:23 Tools
Forty Shades of Green 02:57 Tools
The Big Light 02:39 Tools
My Grandfather's Clock 02:45 Tools
The Gifts They Gave 03:31 Tools
My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You 02:25 Tools
I Still Miss Someone - Live 00:00 Tools
Highwayman (with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings & Kris Kristofferson) 03:04 Tools
Loading Coal 04:58 Tools
Transfusion Blues 02:34 Tools
If I Were A Carpenter (With June Carter) 03:00 Tools
The Matador 02:44 Tools
The Night Hank Williams Came To Town (with Waylon Jennings) 03:21 Tools
Song Of The Patriot (With Marty Robbins) 03:29 Tools
Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog 04:38 Tools
Walking the Blues 02:15 Tools
Slow Rider 04:09 Tools
When Papa Played the Dobro 02:55 Tools
I Call Him 01:44 Tools
Snow in His Hair 00:00 Tools
The Road To Kaintuck 00:00 Tools
Lead Me Gently Home 00:00 Tools
Amazing Grace 02:27 Tools
Let Him Roll 04:29 Tools
Busted - Live 01:25 Tools
The Wreck of the Old 97 01:48 Tools
I'll Remember You 00:00 Tools
The Gambler 03:41 Tools
Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie 00:00 Tools
Are All the Children In 00:00 Tools
I Can't Help It 01:44 Tools
The Battle Of New Orleans 02:21 Tools
Hardin Wouldn't Run 03:52 Tools
You Tell Me 00:00 Tools
The Long Black Veil - Live 02:45 Tools
These Things Shall Pass 00:00 Tools
Dorraine of Ponchartrain 00:00 Tools
You Dreamer You 00:00 Tools
All of God's Children Ain't Free 02:16 Tools
Don't Go Near The Water 02:27 Tools
Don't Step On Mother's Roses 02:33 Tools
I'd Just Be Fool Enough (To Fall) 00:00 Tools
Hit the Road and Go 02:35 Tools
Wabash Cannonball 02:39 Tools
Troublesome Waters 00:00 Tools
The Wall - Live 01:37 Tools
It Could Be You (Instead of Him) 01:54 Tools
God Will 00:00 Tools
Redemption Song (with Joe Strummer) 03:27 Tools
Sweet Betsy From Pike 00:00 Tools
Happiness Is You 02:58 Tools
Boss Jack 03:57 Tools
Sunday Morning Coming Down - Live 00:00 Tools
Lorena 00:00 Tools
I'm A Drifter (Version 1) 00:00 Tools
Goodbye Little Darling 00:00 Tools
Jackson - Mono Version 01:53 Tools
Walk The Line 02:44 Tools
Remember Me 00:00 Tools
Were You There (with the Carter family) 00:00 Tools
He'll Be a Friend 00:00 Tools
The Baron 03:36 Tools
Apache Tears 00:00 Tools
Lead Me Father 00:00 Tools
Send A Picture Of Mother - Live 00:00 Tools
Merry Christmas Mary 01:57 Tools
big bad john 03:00 Tools
Rosanna's Going Wild 00:00 Tools
What On Earth Will You Do 00:00 Tools
See Ruby Fall 00:00 Tools
My God Is Real 01:57 Tools
Old Doc Brown 04:07 Tools
Busted (Live) 00:00 Tools
A Backstage Pass 03:22 Tools
Paul Revere 02:18 Tools
Cocaine Blues - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
City of New Orleans 00:00 Tools
Girl in Saskatoon 00:00 Tools
Drive On (Alternate Lyrics) 00:00 Tools
The Wanderer-U2 (starring Johnny Cash) 00:00 Tools
Old Shep 02:23 Tools
Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart - Live 00:00 Tools
In Your Mind 04:14 Tools
Hidden Shame 00:00 Tools
Big Foot 00:00 Tools
Cry! Cry! Cry 02:24 Tools
Tennessee Stud - Live 00:00 Tools
Just One More 02:16 Tools
One (U2 Cover) 03:53 Tools
Man In Black - Single Version 00:00 Tools
Would You Lay with Me 02:40 Tools
Oh Bury Me Not 00:00 Tools
Thing Called Love 00:00 Tools
The Man Comes Around [Early Take] 03:52 Tools
When It's Springtime in Alaska 02:41 Tools
Mama's Baby 00:00 Tools
(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) 00:00 Tools
Come Along And Ride This Train 02:29 Tools
The Great Speckle Bird 02:09 Tools
Hey Porter! 02:19 Tools
You Wild Colorado 00:00 Tools
Cold Shoulder 00:00 Tools
I Walk The Line (Live) 03:17 Tools
If We Never Meet Again 00:00 Tools
I Will Miss You When You Go 00:00 Tools
One Too Many Mornings 00:00 Tools
A Thing Called Love - Original Version 00:00 Tools
Custer 02:24 Tools
Always Alone 01:49 Tools
Dark As The Dungeon - Live 00:00 Tools
He'll Understand and Say Well Done 00:00 Tools
I Got Stripes - Live 00:00 Tools
The Letter Edged In Black 00:00 Tools
I'm A Drifter (Version 2) 03:43 Tools
Tennesee Stud 00:00 Tools
Ways of a Woman in Love 02:30 Tools
Green, Green Grass Of Home - Live 00:00 Tools
Leave That Junk Alone 01:27 Tools
Cindy 03:50 Tools
I Fought the Law 02:44 Tools
Give My Love To Rose (With June Carter) 00:00 Tools
The Talking Leaves 00:00 Tools
Walkin' The Blues 02:42 Tools
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You) 00:00 Tools
The Little Drummer Boy - Mono Version 00:00 Tools
Ring Of Fire (Live) 00:00 Tools
Smiling Bill McCall 00:00 Tools
Goin' By The Book 00:00 Tools
Cold Cold Heart 02:20 Tools
Mean As Hell 04:42 Tools
Guess Things Happen That Way - 1958 Single Version 00:00 Tools
Drums 05:04 Tools
While I've Got It On My Mind 00:00 Tools
These Are My People 02:39 Tools
Bull Rider 00:00 Tools
Greystone Chapel - Live 00:00 Tools
The Running Kind 00:00 Tools
25 Minutes to Go - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Hurt (Nine Inch Nails Cover) 03:39 Tools
The Way of a Woman in Love 00:00 Tools
The Sound Of Laughter 00:00 Tools
The Rock Island Line 00:00 Tools
To Beat the Devil 04:25 Tools
(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle 00:00 Tools
Long-Legged Guitar Pickin' Man 02:36 Tools
White Girl 03:06 Tools
Oh Come, Angel Band 02:44 Tools
Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog - Live 01:17 Tools
Would You Lay with Me (In a Fi 00:00 Tools
Johnny Reb 00:00 Tools
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing 00:00 Tools
That Christmasy Feeling 02:13 Tools
That's One You Owe Me 03:01 Tools
These Hands 00:00 Tools
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 02:59 Tools
The Last Gunfighter Ballad 00:00 Tools
I Still Miss Someone - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
The Vanishing Race 04:03 Tools
Lonesome To The Bone 00:00 Tools
Goodbye, Little Darlin' 02:22 Tools
Get Rythm 02:15 Tools
Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog 00:00 Tools
Jacob Green 03:13 Tools
What On Earth Will You Do (For Heaven's Sake) 00:00 Tools
The Man Comes Around (early ta 00:00 Tools
Farmer's Almanac 00:00 Tools
After The Ball 00:00 Tools
Paradise 00:00 Tools
Another Man Done Gone 00:00 Tools
Amen 00:00 Tools
The Mystery Of Life 00:00 Tools
Busted (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Blue Suede Shoes - Live 03:31 Tools
Monteagle Mountain 00:00 Tools
It's All Over 00:00 Tools
I Walk The Line - Live 00:00 Tools
The Last Time 00:00 Tools
Cisco Clifton's Fillin' Station 02:41 Tools
Story of a Broken Heart 00:00 Tools
To The Shining Mountains 00:00 Tools
Hey! Porter 00:00 Tools
Give My Love To Rose - Live 02:51 Tools
A Little at a Time 00:00 Tools
Mama, You've Been On My Mind 00:00 Tools
Southwestward 00:00 Tools
Jesus Was a Carpenter 03:59 Tools
I Ride An Old Paint 02:56 Tools
San Quentin - Live Version 00:00 Tools
Man In White 00:00 Tools
I'd Rather Have You 03:10 Tools
You're My Baby 00:00 Tools
Rockabilly Blues 03:27 Tools
Nine Pound Hammer 03:17 Tools
Ballad Of Barbara 00:00 Tools
Orange Blossom Special - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Second Honeymoon 00:00 Tools
A Letter From Home 00:00 Tools
Flesh & Blood 02:37 Tools
Johnny Cash - I've Been Everywhere 00:00 Tools
The Blizzard 00:00 Tools
Cindy (with Nick Cave) 00:00 Tools
Opening The West 00:00 Tools
A Boy Named Sue - Live Version 00:00 Tools
The Gettysburg Address 02:39 Tools
The Wanderer (ft. U2) 04:44 Tools
Chain Gang 02:44 Tools
My Old Faded Rose 02:52 Tools
I Got a Woman 00:00 Tools
Joe Bean - Live 00:00 Tools
Honky Tonk Girl 00:00 Tools
Busted - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Dark as the Dungeon - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Far Side Banks Of Jordan 02:41 Tools
I Wish I Was Crazy Again 00:00 Tools
Supper Time 00:00 Tools
Dark As A Dungeon - Live 00:00 Tools
Fools Hall of Fame 00:00 Tools
The First Time Ever I Saw Your 03:53 Tools
Like A Young Colt 00:38 Tools
Green Green Grass of Home 03:02 Tools
The Wanderer (U2 Starring Johnny Cash) 03:51 Tools
Announcements and Johnny Cash intro from Hugh Cherry - Live 01:03 Tools
Me and Bobby McGee 00:00 Tools
Roughneck 02:14 Tools
Opening announcements from Hugh Cherry - Live 00:00 Tools
First Time I Ever Saw Your Face 00:00 Tools
Hiawatha's Vision 00:00 Tools
Mean-Eyed Cat 00:00 Tools
That Old Wheel 02:50 Tools
I'm on Fire 03:05 Tools
The West 00:00 Tools
Johnny Cash - Cry, Cry, Cry 02:25 Tools
Busted [live] 01:25 Tools
I'm Never Gonna Roam Again 00:00 Tools
Gentle On My Mind 00:00 Tools
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 03:06 Tools
Jackson (Live) 02:44 Tools
Great Speckled Bird 00:00 Tools
Reaching For The Stars 00:00 Tools
Sing It Pretty, Sue 00:00 Tools
The Devil To Pay 00:00 Tools
Here Was a Man 00:00 Tools
I Still Miss Someone (Live) 00:00 Tools
25 Minutes to Go (Live) 00:00 Tools
Life's Railway to Heaven 03:37 Tools
Tennessee Stud [Live] 04:51 Tools
Accidentally on Purpose 01:54 Tools
From Sea To Shining Sea 00:00 Tools
Closing Medley (Folsom Prison Blues/I Walk The Line/Ring Of Fire/The Rebel - Johnny Yuma) 00:00 Tools
It Takes One to Know Me 03:37 Tools
That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls 02:36 Tools
Ringing the Bells for Jim 00:00 Tools
When I'm Gray 00:00 Tools
The girl from North Country 00:00 Tools
There's A Mother Always Waiting At Home 00:00 Tools
I'm A Drifter 00:00 Tools
Tell Him I'm Gone 00:00 Tools
The Legend Of John Henry's Hammer - Live 00:00 Tools
Go On Blues 02:23 Tools
Cocaine Blues - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 02:23 Tools
Pick a Bale o' Cotton 00:00 Tools
Brown-Eyed Handsome Man 00:00 Tools
Tiger Whitehead 00:00 Tools
Christmas Time's a Comin' 00:00 Tools
The Long Black Veil (Live) 03:57 Tools
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear 03:40 Tools
Don’t Take Your Guns to Town 03:03 Tools
Stampede 02:53 Tools
One Way Rider 00:00 Tools
Father and Son (with Fiona App 00:00 Tools
Bird On A Wire (Live with Orchestra) 00:00 Tools
I'll Go Somewhere And Sing My Songs Again 00:00 Tools
Lost on the Desert 02:00 Tools
I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know 02:29 Tools
There'll Be Peace in the Valley 00:00 Tools
Blue Suede Shoes 03:08 Tools
I Got Shoes 00:00 Tools
Southwind 00:00 Tools
Keep on the Sunny Side 00:00 Tools
Locomotive Man 02:51 Tools
Let Me Down Easy 01:48 Tools
Orange Blossom Special (Live) 00:00 Tools
Johnny 99 03:36 Tools
When He Comes 00:00 Tools
Cold Lonesome Morning 00:00 Tools
Nasty Dan 02:08 Tools
Taller Than Trees 00:00 Tools
San Quentin Continued 00:00 Tools
Christmas With You 00:00 Tools
Orleans Parish Prison (Live) 00:00 Tools
Crazy Old Soldier 03:34 Tools
Joe Bean (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
I'm An Easy Rider 00:00 Tools
Forever Young 04:50 Tools
Father and Son (with Fiona Apple) 00:00 Tools
Jackson (feat. June Carter) 02:48 Tools
The Engineer's Dying Child 00:00 Tools
Green Grow the Lilacs 00:00 Tools
Big River - Live 01:57 Tools
Galway Bay 00:00 Tools
I'll Be All Smiles Tonight 00:00 Tools
Personal Jesus (Depeche Mode cover) 00:00 Tools
I'm Movin' On (With Waylon Jennings) 00:00 Tools
I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail - Live 00:00 Tools
I'm Gonna Sit On THe Porch And Pick On My Old Guitar 00:00 Tools
Jim, I Wore a Tie Today 00:00 Tools
My Mother Was A Lady 00:00 Tools
Ring of Fire [Single Version] 02:35 Tools
When I Take My Vacation In Heaven 00:00 Tools
All I Do Is Drive 02:09 Tools
The Man Who Couldn't Cry [Live] 00:00 Tools
Flowers on the Wall 02:32 Tools
Baby Ride Easy (With June Carter Cash) 02:32 Tools
Dirty Old Egg Suckin' Dog 00:00 Tools
I Won't Have To Cross Jordan Alone 00:00 Tools
God Must Have My Fortune Laid Away 02:49 Tools
Hungry 00:00 Tools
Mr. Garfield 00:00 Tools
Tennessee Stud (live) 00:00 Tools
Cause I Love You 00:00 Tools
Everybody Loves a Nut 02:03 Tools
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM 00:00 Tools
Why Do You Punish Me 00:00 Tools
The Man Comes Around - early take 00:00 Tools
I've Been Working On The Railroad 03:27 Tools
Boy Named Sue (uncensored) 03:43 Tools
Wreck Of The Old 97 - Live 00:00 Tools
First Time Ever I Saw Your Fac 00:00 Tools
Cry, Cry, Cry - 1988 Version 02:25 Tools
The Legend of Henrys Hammer (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
I Tremble For You 00:00 Tools
Saginaw, Michigan 00:00 Tools
A Certain Kinda Hurtin' 01:59 Tools
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen - mono 02:09 Tools
The Winding Stream 00:00 Tools
Far Away Places 02:22 Tools
This Town 00:00 Tools
I've Got A Thing About Trains 00:00 Tools
When I've Learned Enough to Die 00:00 Tools
Redemption Song (with Joe Stru 00:00 Tools
When I Stop Dreaming 00:00 Tools
What On Earth (Will You Do For Heaven's Sake) 00:00 Tools
I'd Still Be There 02:31 Tools
Jackson [Feat June Carter] 00:00 Tools
I Still Miss Someone - Live/Multichannel/Surround Sound 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues (Live At Asbury Park) 00:00 Tools
Pack Up Your Sorrows 02:29 Tools
My Ship Will Sail 00:00 Tools
Reflections 00:00 Tools
Farther Along 03:06 Tools
Down In The Valley 03:04 Tools
A Boy Name Sue (live) 03:46 Tools
Beans For Breakfast 03:18 Tools
If I Were A Carpenter [Feat June Carter] 00:00 Tools
You Won't Have Far to Go 00:00 Tools
Me And Bobby Mc Gee [Live] 00:00 Tools
I'm Ragged but I'm Right 00:00 Tools
Narration 00:00 Tools
Missouri Waltz 00:00 Tools
Cold, Cold Heart 02:20 Tools
Still in Town 00:00 Tools
I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen 00:00 Tools
Folsom 02:54 Tools
I Walk The Line (Overdubbed) 00:00 Tools
I Walk the Line (Full Version) 02:41 Tools
Jackson (w/June Carter) 00:00 Tools
Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes 03:31 Tools
The Highwayman 00:00 Tools
Down There By The Train (Alternate Take) 02:34 Tools
Singing In Vietnam Talking Blues 02:54 Tools
Bonanza! 00:00 Tools
Tennesee Flat Top Box 03:01 Tools
Route #1, Box 144 00:00 Tools
Louisiana Man 00:00 Tools
Wanted Man (Live) 02:52 Tools
Just About Time 00:00 Tools
Frankie and Johnny 02:21 Tools
The Long Black Veil - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Another Man Done Gone (with Anita Carter) 00:00 Tools
I Got Stripes (Live) 00:00 Tools
Sunday Morning Coming Down (Live) 00:00 Tools
You Remembered Me 00:00 Tools
Big River - mono 00:00 Tools
Dark as the Dungeon (Live) 00:00 Tools
Send a Picture of Mother - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prision Blues 00:00 Tools
This Side Of The Law 00:00 Tools
The Girl From The North Country [Feat Bob Dylan] 00:00 Tools
i got a boy and his name is john 00:00 Tools
Kneeling Drunkards Plea 02:31 Tools
Harley 00:00 Tools
House Of The Rising Sun 05:42 Tools
W-O-M-A-N 00:00 Tools
Sing It Pretty Sue 02:00 Tools
Hot Rod Lincoln 02:45 Tools
The Wind Changes 02:47 Tools
The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over 00:00 Tools
Ancient History 02:18 Tools
I Don't Believe You Wanted to Leave 00:00 Tools
Sing a Traveling Song 00:00 Tools
Boa Constrictor 00:00 Tools
Oh What A Dream (take 1) 00:00 Tools
The Wall - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Mr. Lonesome 00:00 Tools
Over The Next Hill (We'll Be Home) 00:00 Tools
Where Were You 00:00 Tools
The Wall (Live) 00:00 Tools
Brown Eyed Handsome Man 00:00 Tools
Wildwood In The Pines 00:00 Tools
I Love You Love You 00:00 Tools
The Masterpiece 02:44 Tools
Ring of Fire - Live 00:00 Tools
The Cowboy Who Started The Fight 00:00 Tools
Gone Girl 00:00 Tools
The Next Time I'm in Town 00:00 Tools
When The Roses Bloom Again 00:00 Tools
San Quentin (2) 00:00 Tools
I Still Miss Someone - Mono Version 02:35 Tools
Orleans Parish Prison 00:00 Tools
Dinosaur Song 00:00 Tools
Honky-Tonk Girl 00:00 Tools
King Of The Hill 00:00 Tools
Southern Comfort 02:08 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues (Live: January, 13, 1968) - Live 02:25 Tools
Friends in California 01:56 Tools
A Boy Named Sue [Live Version] 00:00 Tools
Where Did We Go Right 00:00 Tools
I Walk The Line (Live At Asbury Park) 00:00 Tools
Matthew 24 (Is Knocking At The Door) 00:00 Tools
For Heaven's Sake 00:00 Tools
San Quentin #2 (Live) 00:00 Tools
Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song) 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - Live Version 00:00 Tools
Get Rhytm 00:00 Tools
The Legend Of John Henry's Ham 00:00 Tools
Wanted Man - Live 00:00 Tools
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright 00:00 Tools
The Hobo Song 00:00 Tools
The Wonder of You 02:46 Tools
Sing A Travelin' Song 03:09 Tools
Oh, What a Good Thing We Had 00:00 Tools
Hey, Good Lookin' 00:00 Tools
Come Take a Trip on My Airship 00:00 Tools
Take Me Home 00:00 Tools
That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 00:00 Tools
She's A Go-er 00:00 Tools
Oh What a Dream 00:00 Tools
Darlin' Companion - Live 00:00 Tools
My Children Walk In Truth 00:00 Tools
Cotton Fields 00:00 Tools
The City of New Orleans 00:00 Tools
The Fable of Willie Brown 00:00 Tools
Rock of Ages 00:00 Tools
One Of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down And Talk To Paul 00:00 Tools
Ring of Fire (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Old Account 00:00 Tools
Opening announcements from Hugh Cherry 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prisom blues (Live) 00:00 Tools
Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (1st Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
A Cup of Coffee 00:00 Tools
I shot a man in Reno 03:41 Tools
Look Unto The East 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues (Pete Rock Remix) 02:45 Tools
Closing Medley 05:08 Tools
Have Thine Own Way Lord 00:00 Tools
Good Morning Friend 02:03 Tools
Pie In The Sky 02:30 Tools
Ring Of Fire - Live At The Paramount Theatre, NJ/1990 03:21 Tools
A Fast Song 00:00 Tools
I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow (Apparat Remix) 00:00 Tools
What Is Man 00:00 Tools
Luther's Boogie 00:00 Tools
There Ain't No Good Chain Gang (with Waylon Jennings) 00:00 Tools
Why Do You Punish Me (For Loving You) 02:19 Tools
Sanctified 02:22 Tools
Orange Blossom [Feat The Carter Family,C.McCoy & B.Randolph] 00:00 Tools
It Ain't Nothing New Babe 00:00 Tools
Cats In The Cradle 03:17 Tools
Another Song To Sing 01:58 Tools
The Cremation Of Sam McGee 00:00 Tools
Please Don't Let Me Out 02:43 Tools
I'm A Worried Man 02:10 Tools
A Boy Named Sue - Single Version - Live 00:00 Tools
Send a Picture of Mother (Live) 00:00 Tools
If I Had a Hammer 00:00 Tools
I Still Miss Someone (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
When He Reached Down His Hand for Me 00:00 Tools
Angel And The Badman 00:00 Tools
Please Don't Play Red River Valley 00:00 Tools
I Hardly Ever Sing Beer Drinking Songs 00:00 Tools
You Can't Beat Jesus Christ 00:00 Tools
Oh Come All Ye Faithful 00:00 Tools
The Walls of a Prison 04:00 Tools
You And Tennessee 00:00 Tools
She Came From The Mountains 04:59 Tools
Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction: 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues [Live Version] 00:00 Tools
Seal It In My Heart And Mind 00:00 Tools
Lady 02:49 Tools
In The Sweet Bye And Bye 00:00 Tools
Where Were You [When They Crucified My Lord] 00:00 Tools
Virgie 00:00 Tools
Give my Love to Rose (w/June Carter) 00:00 Tools
The Ballad Of Barbara 00:00 Tools
The Loving Gift 00:00 Tools
Starkville City Jail - Live 00:00 Tools
The Bug That Tried to Crawl Around the World 00:00 Tools
Tennessee Stud - Live Album Version 00:00 Tools
Redemption Song (feat. Joe Strummer) 00:00 Tools
First Time I Ever Saw Your Fac 00:00 Tools
If Jesus Ever Loved A Woman 00:00 Tools
Got Stripes 02:06 Tools
Green, Green Grass of Home (Live) 00:00 Tools
The Singing Star's Queen 00:00 Tools
Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart (Live) 00:00 Tools
Get Rhythm (Philip Steir Remix) 00:00 Tools
If It Wasn't For The Wabash River 02:06 Tools
I Wanted So 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues - Live At The Paramount Theatre, NJ/1990 02:51 Tools
It'll Be Her 00:00 Tools
The Lily Of The Valley 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues (Unreleased Bonus Track) 04:23 Tools
Cocaine Blues [Live Version] 00:00 Tools
Mobile Bay 00:00 Tools
Belshazar 00:00 Tools
Who Kept the Sheep 00:00 Tools
Heavy Metal (Don't Mean Rock And Roll To Me) 00:00 Tools
I Witnessed A Crime (w- Billy Gibbons) 02:35 Tools
This Ole House - Live 00:00 Tools
Busted [#] 00:00 Tools
Lights Of Magdala 00:00 Tools
Committed to Parkview 03:16 Tools
The Reverend Mr. Black 00:00 Tools
Folsom Prison Blues(Live) 00:00 Tools
Who At My Door Is Standing 00:00 Tools
Letters From Home 00:00 Tools
One and One Makes Two 00:00 Tools
Five Feet Hugh And Rising 01:47 Tools
Let There Be Country 00:00 Tools
Singin' in Viet Nam Talkin' Blues 00:00 Tools
Jackson - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
The Diplomat 04:01 Tools
Guess Things Happen That Way - mono 01:49 Tools
All I Want Is Your Heart 00:00 Tools
I Dont Know Where I'm Bound (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
I Got Stripes - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA (2nd Show) - January 1968 00:00 Tools
A Wednesday Car 00:00 Tools
Shrimpin' Sailin' 00:00 Tools
Big River (Live) 00:00 Tools
The House Is Falling Down 00:00 Tools
Call Daddy From The Mines 00:00 Tools
The Flint Arrowhead 02:53 Tools
Greystone Chapel (Live) 00:00 Tools
Calilou 00:00 Tools
Shantytown 02:24 Tools
Johnny Cash - Big Bad John 00:00 Tools
Cocaine Blues [live] 00:00 Tools
The Way Worn Traveler 00:00 Tools
Dialogue #1 00:00 Tools
Have A Drink Of Water 00:00 Tools
Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye 00:00 Tools
I Talk To Jesus Every Day 00:00 Tools
In A Young Girl's Mind 00:00 Tools
I Promise You 00:00 Tools
Cajun Born 00:00 Tools
Jackson [with June Carter] 00:00 Tools
Life's Railway To Heaven - Live At The Paramount Theatre, NJ/1990 00:00 Tools
When The Savior Reached Down For Me 00:00 Tools
I'm A Drifter - Version 1 00:00 Tools
Hey, Hey, Train 02:39 Tools
Bury Me Not 00:00 Tools
I Won´t Back Down 02:10 Tools
The Hard Way 00:00 Tools
Hey, Porter! 00:00 Tools
If I Were a Carpenter (Live in Denmark) 00:00 Tools
Doin' My Time (The Heavy Remix) 00:00 Tools
Melva's Wine 00:00 Tools
My Cowboy's Last Ride 00:00 Tools
September When It Comes 00:00 Tools
The One Rose (That's Left in M 00:00 Tools
Hurt HD 720p 00:00 Tools
Ring Of Fire (Live At Asbury Park) 00:00 Tools
Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog (Live) 00:00 Tools
I Got A Woman (with June Carter) - Live 00:00 Tools
The Sons of Katie Elder 02:31 Tools
Frozen Four Hundred Pound Fair to Middlin' Cotton Picker 00:00 Tools
Hony-Tonk Girl 00:00 Tools
Belshazzar (Machine Drum Remix) 00:00 Tools
Michigan City Howdy Do 00:00 Tools
Bandana 03:22 Tools
Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye 02:22 Tools
The Running Kind (with Tom Pet 00:00 Tools
Give My Love to Rose (Live) 00:00 Tools
Country Boy (Sonny J Remix) 00:00 Tools
A Wonderful Time Up There - Live At The Paramount Theatre, NJ/1990 02:06 Tools
Burning Ring Of Fire 00:00 Tools
King of Love 02:41 Tools
Mountain Lady 00:00 Tools
Sunday Morning Come Down 00:00 Tools
Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line 00:00 Tools
Give My Love to Rose - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Lord, Lord, Lord 00:00 Tools
I Walk the Line [Mono Version] 02:34 Tools
(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley - Live 00:00 Tools
Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart - Live at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA - January 1968 00:00 Tools
Daddy Sang Bass (Unreleased Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Port Of Lonely Hearts (Midnight Juggernauts Remix) 00:00 Tools
Call Me The Breeze 00:00 Tools
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Rodeo Hand 00:00 Tools
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Sons Of Katie Elder 00:00 Tools
Big River (Count De Money Remix) 00:00 Tools
The Folk Singer 00:00 Tools
As Long As I Live 00:00 Tools
A WOUND TIME CAN'T ERASE 02:35 Tools
Dont Think Twice, Its Alright 00:00 Tools
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I Love You, Love You 00:00 Tools
Thanks To You 00:00 Tools
Goodbye Little Darlin', Goodbye 00:00 Tools
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Oney [Single Version] 00:00 Tools
June's Poem - Live 00:00 Tools
One on the Right Is on the Left 00:00 Tools
16 Tons 00:00 Tools
Come Take A Trip In My Airship 00:00 Tools
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A Half A Mile A Day 00:00 Tools
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The Greatest Love Affair 00:00 Tools
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Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash, February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer and songwriter. Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. Although primarily remembered as a country music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of multiple induction in the Country Music, Rock and Roll, and Gospel Music Halls of Fame. Cash was known for his deep, distinctive voice, the boom-chick-a-boom or "freight train" sound of his backing band (Tennessee Two / Tennessee Three), his demeanor, and his dark clothing, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black". He traditionally started his concerts with the introduction "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash." Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption. His signature songs include "I Walk the Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "That Old Wheel" (a duet with Hank Williams Jr.), "Cocaine Blues", and "Man in Black". He also recorded several humorous songs, such as "One Piece at a Time", "The One on the Right Is on the Left", "Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog" and "A Boy Named Sue"; rock-and-roll numbers such as "Get Rhythm"; and various railroad songs, such as "Rock Island Line" and "Orange Blossom Special". He sold over 90 million albums in his nearly fifty-year career and came to occupy a "commanding position in music history". Early life Johnny Cash was born J. R. Cash in Kingsland, Arkansas, United States, to Ray and Carrie Cash, and raised in Dyess, Arkansas. He was reportedly given the name "J. R." because his parents could not agree on a name, only on initials. Giving children initials-only names, or a first name and middle initial only, was a common practice at the time. When he enlisted in the United States Air Force, the military would not accept initials as his name, so he adopted John R. Cash as his legal name. Then when signing with Sun Records in 1955, he took Johnny Cash as his stage name. His friends and in-laws generally called him John, while his blood relatives often continued to call him by his birth name, J. R. Cash was one of seven children: Reba Hancock, Jack, Joanne Cash-Yates, Tommy, Roy, and Louise Cash Garrett. His younger brother Tommy Cash also became a successful country artist. By age five, J.R. was working in the cotton fields, singing along with his family as they worked. The family farm was flooded on at least one occasion, which later inspired him to write the song Five Feet High And Rising. His family's economic and personal struggles during the Depression shaped him as a person and inspired many of his songs, especially those about other people facing similar difficulties. Cash was very close to his brother Jack, who was two years older. In 1944, Jack was pulled into a whirling table saw in the mill where he worked, and cut almost in two. He suffered for over a week before he died. There was some talk that Jack's death might not have been accidental; a local bully was seen running from the shop with blood on his shirt, shortly before Jack was found. However, Cash did not discuss that theory in his autobiography, nor the report in some circles that Cash made investigation of the incident a personal obsession. Cash often spoke of the horrible guilt he felt over this incident. According to Cash: The Autobiography, his father was away that morning, but he and his mother, and Jack himself, all had premonitions or a sense of foreboding about that day, and his mother urged Jack to skip work and go fishing with his brother. Jack insisted on working, as the family needed the money. On his deathbed, Jack said he had visions of Heaven and angels. Decades later, Cash spoke of looking forward to meeting his brother in Heaven. He wrote that he had seen his brother many times in his dreams, and that Jack always looked two years older than whatever age Cash himself was at that moment. It is widely thought that the dark side of his world view was shaped by this traumatic event. Cash's early memories were dominated by gospel music and radio. Taught by his mother and a childhood friend, Johnny began playing guitar and writing songs as a young boy. In high school he sang on a local radio station. Decades later, he would release an album of traditional gospel songs, called My Mother's Hymn Book. Traditional Irish music that he heard weekly on the Jack Benny radio program, performed by Dennis Day, influenced him greatly. Cash enlisted in the United States Air Force. After basic training at Lackland Air Force Base and technical training at Brooks Air Force Base, both in San Antonio, Texas, Cash was assigned to a U.S. Air Force Security Service unit at Landsberg, Germany. Assigned as a morse code decoder on Russian Army transmissions, Cash was the first American to discover that Josef Stalin had died. First marriage While in Air Force training in 1950, Cash met Vivian Liberto. A month after his discharge, on August 7, 1954, he and Vivian were married. They had four daughters: Rosanne (1955), Kathleen (1956), Cindy (1959), and Tara (1961). However, his constant touring and drug use put intense strain on his marriage, and they divorced in 1966. Early career In 1954, the couple moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where he sold appliances, while studying to be a radio announcer. At night, he played with guitarist Luther Perkins and bassist Marshall Grant. Perkins and Grant were known as the Tennessee Two. Cash worked up the courage to visit the Sun Records studio, hoping to get a recording contract. After auditioning for Sam Phillips, singing mostly gospel songs, Phillips told him to "go home and sin, then come back with a song I can sell." Cash eventually won over Phillips with new songs delivered in his early frenetic style. His first recordings at Sun, "Hey Porter" and "Cry Cry Cry," were released in 1955 and met with reasonable success on the country hit parade. Cash's next record, Folsom Prison Blues, made the country Top 5, and "I Walk the Line" became No. 1 on the country charts, also making it into the pop charts Top 20. Following "I Walk the Line" was Johnny Cash's "Home of the Blues," recorded in July 1957. In 1957, Cash became the first Sun artist to release a long-playing album. Although he was Sun's most consistently best-selling and prolific artist at that time, Cash felt constrained by his contract with the small label. Elvis Presley had already left Sun, and Phillips was focusing most of his attention and promotion on Jerry Lee Lewis. The following year, Cash left the label to sign a lucrative offer with Columbia Records, where his single "Don't Take Your Guns to Town" would become one of his biggest hits. In the early 60s, Cash toured with the Carter Family, which by this time regularly included Mother Maybelle's daughters, Anita, June and Helen. June later recalled admiring Johnny from afar, during these tours. Outlaw Image As his career was taking off in the early 1960s, Cash started drinking heavily and became addicted to amphetamines and barbiturates. For a brief time, he shared an apartment in Nashville with Waylon Jennings, who was heavily addicted to amphetamines. Cash used the uppers to stay awake during tours. Friends joked about his "nervousness" and erratic behavior, many ignoring the warning signs of his worsening drug addiction. Although in many ways spiraling out of control, Cash's frenetic creativity was still delivering hits. His rendition of "Ring of Fire" was a crossover hit, reaching No. 1 on the country charts and entering the Top 20 on the pop charts. The song was written by June Carter and Merle Kilgore and originally performed by Carter's sister, but the signature mariachi-style horn arrangement was provided by Cash, who said that it had come to him in a dream. The song describes the personal hell Carter went through as she wrestled with her forbidden love for Cash (they were both married to other people at the time) and as she dealt with Cash's personal "ring of fire" (drug dependency and alcoholism). Cash sometimes spoke of his erratic, drug-induced behavior with some degree of bemused detachment. In June 1965, his truck caught fire due to an overheated wheel bearing, triggering a forest fire that burnt several hundred acres in Los Padres National Forest in California. When the judge asked Cash why he did it, Cash said in his characteristically flippant style at the time, "I didn't do it, my truck did, and it's dead, so you can't question it." The fire destroyed 508 acres (2.06 km²), burning the foliage off three mountains and killing 49 of the refuge's 53 endangered condors. Cash was unrepentant: "I don't care about your damn yellow buzzards." The federal government sued him and was awarded $125,127. Johnny eventually settled the case and paid $82,001. Cash said he was the only person ever sued by the government for starting a forest fire. Although Cash carefully cultivated a romantic outlaw image, he never served a prison sentence. Despite landing in jail seven times for misdemeanors, each stay lasted only a single night. His most infamous run-in with the law occurred while on tour in 1965, when he was arrested by a narcotics squad in El Paso, Texas. The officers suspected that he was smuggling heroin from Mexico, but it was prescription narcotics and amphetamines that the singer had hidden inside his guitar case. Because they were prescription drugs rather than illegal narcotics, he received a suspended sentence. Johnny Cash and his second wife, JuneCash was also arrested on May 11, 1965, in Starkville, Mississippi, for trespassing late at night onto private property to pick flowers. (This incident gave the spark for the song "Starkville City Jail", which he spoke about on his live At San Quentin prison album.) The mid 1960s saw Cash release a number of concept albums, including Ballads Of The True West (1965), an experimental double record mixing authentic frontier songs with Cash's spoken narration, and Bitter Tears (1964), with songs highlighting the plight of the Native Americans. His drug addiction was at its worst at this point, however, and his destructive behavior led to a divorce from his first wife and cancelled performances. In 1967, Cash's duet with Carter, "Jackson", won a Grammy Award. Cash quit using drugs in 1968, after a spiritual epiphany in the Nickajack Cave. June, Maybelle, and Eck Carter moved into Cash's mansion for a month to help him defeat his addiction. Cash proposed onstage to Carter at a concert at the London Gardens in London, Ontario on February 22, 1968; the couple married a week later in Franklin, Kentucky. June had agreed to marry Cash after he had 'cleaned up'. Rediscovering his Christian faith, taking an "altar call" in Evangel Temple, a small church in the Nashville area, Cash chose this church over many larger, celebrity churches in the Nashville area because he said that there he was treated like just another parishioner and not a celebrity. Folsom Prison Blues While an airman in West Germany, Cash saw the B movie Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison (1951), which inspired him to write an early draft of one of his most famous songs, "Folsom Prison Blues". Cash felt great compassion for prisoners. He began performing concerts at various prisons starting in the late 1950s. These performances led to a pair of highly successful live albums, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (1968) and Johnny Cash at San Quentin (1969). The Folsom Prison record was introduced by a rendition of his classic "Folsom Prison Blues," while the San Quentin record included the crossover hit single "A Boy Named Sue," a Shel Silverstein-penned novelty song that reached No. 1 on the country charts and No. 2 on the U.S. Top Ten pop charts. The AM versions of the latter contained a couple of profanities which were edited out. The modern CD versions are unedited and uncensored and thus also longer than the original vinyl albums, though they still retain the audience reaction overdubs of the originals. Apart from his performances at Folsom Prison and San Quentin and various other U.S. correctional facilities, Cash also performed at the Österåker Prison in Sweden in 1972. The live album På Österåker ("At Österåker") was released in 1973. Between the songs, Cash can be heard speaking Swedish, which was greatly appreciated by the inmates. "The Man in Black" Cash advocated prison reform at his July 1972 meeting with U.S. president Richard NixonFrom 1969 to 1971, Cash starred in his own television show, The Johnny Cash Show, on the ABC network. The singing group The Statler Brothers opened up for him in every episode. Other notable artists who appeared on his show included Neil Young, Louis Armstrong, James Taylor, Ray Charles and Bob Dylan. Cash had met with Dylan in the mid 1960s and became closer friends when they were neighbors in the late 1960s in Woodstock, New York. Cash was enthusiastic about reintroducing the reclusive Dylan to his audience. Cash sang a duet with Dylan on Dylan's country album Nashville Skyline and also wrote the album's Grammy-winning liner notes. Another artist who received a major career boost from The Johnny Cash Show was songwriter Kris Kristofferson. During a live performance of Kristofferson's "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down," Cash made headlines when he refused to change the lyrics to suit network executives, singing the song with its references to marijuana intact: "On the Sunday morning sidewalks / Wishin', Lord, that I was stoned." By the early 1970s, he had crystallized his public image as "The Man in Black." He regularly performed dressed all in black, wearing a long black knee-length coat. This outfit stood in contrast to the costumes worn by most of the major country acts in his day: rhinestone suit and cowboy boots. In 1971, Cash wrote the song "Man in Black" to help explain his dress code: "We're doing mighty fine I do suppose/In our streak of lightning cars and fancy clothes/But just so we're reminded of the ones who are held back/Up front there ought to be a man in black." He and his band had initially worn black shirts because that was the only matching color they had among their various outfits. He wore other colors on stage early in his career, but he claimed to like wearing black both on and off stage. He stated that, political reasons aside, he simply liked black as his on-stage color. To this day, the United States Navy's winter blue service uniform is referred to by sailors as "Johnny Cashes," as the uniform's shirt, tie, and trousers are actually solid black in color. In the mid 1970s, Cash's popularity and number of hit songs began to decline, but his autobiography (the first of two), titled Man in Black, was published in 1975 and sold 1.3 million copies. A second, Cash: The Autobiography, appeared in 1997. His friendship with Billy Graham led to the production of a movie about the life of Jesus, The Gospel Road, which Cash co-wrote and narrated. The decade saw his religious conviction deepening, and he made many public appearances in an evangelical capacity. He also continued to appear on television, hosting an annual Christmas special on CBS throughout the 1970s. Later television appearances included a role in an episode of Columbo. He also appeared with his wife on an episode of Little House on the Prairie entitled "The Collection" and gave a performance as John Brown in the 1985 Civil War television mini-series North and South. He was friendly with every U.S. President starting with Richard Nixon. He was probably closest with Jimmy Carter, who became a very close friend. None of these friendships were about politics (although he supported the Democratic Party). He stated that he found all of them personally charming, noting the fact that it was probably essential to getting oneself elected. When invited to perform at the White House for the first time in 1972, President Richard Nixon's office requested that he play "Okie from Muskogee" (a Merle Haggard satirical song about the people who disrespected the youthful drug users and war protesters) and "Welfare Cadillac" (a Guy Drake song that derides the integrity of welfare recipients). Cash declined to play either song and instead played a series of more left-leaning, politically charged songs, including "The Ballad of Ira Hayes" (about a brave Native-American World War II veteran who was racially mistreated upon his return to Arizona), and his own compositions, "What is Truth?" and "Man in Black." Cash claimed that the reasons for denying Nixon's song choices were not knowing them and having fairly short notice to rehearse them, rather than any political reason. Highwaymen From left to right Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, who formed the country music supergroup, The HighwaymenIn 1980, Cash became the Country Music Hall of Fame's youngest living inductee at age forty-eight, but during the 1980s his records failed to make a major impact on the country charts, although he continued to tour successfully. In the mid 1980s, he recorded and toured with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Kris Kristofferson as The Highwaymen, making two hit albums. During this period, Cash appeared as an actor in a number of television films. In 1981, he starred in The Pride of Jesse Hallam. Cash won fine reviews for his work in this film that called attention to adult illiteracy. In 1983, Cash also appeared as a heroic sheriff in Murder In Coweta County, which co-starred Andy Griffith as his nemesis. This film was based on a real-life Georgia murder case. Cash had tried for years to make the film, for which he won acclaim. Cash relapsed into addiction after a serious abdominal injury in 1983 caused by an unusual incident in which he was kicked and critically wounded by an ostrich he kept on his farm. He was administered painkillers as part of the recovery process, which led to a return to substance abuse. At a hospital visit in 1988, this time to watch over Waylon Jennings (who was recovering from a heart attack), Jennings suggested that Cash have himself checked into the hospital for his own heart condition. Doctors recommended preventive heart surgery, and Cash underwent double bypass surgery in the same hospital. Both recovered, although Cash refused to use any prescription painkillers, fearing a relapse into dependency. Cash later claimed that during his operation, he had what is called a "near death experience". He said he had visions of Heaven that were so beautiful that he was angry when he woke up alive. Cash's recording career and his general relationship with the Nashville establishment were at an all-time low in the 1980s. He realized that his record label of nearly 30 years, Columbia, was growing indifferent to him and wasn't properly marketing him (he was "invisible" during that time, as he said in his autobiography). Cash recorded an intentionally awful song to protest, a self-parody. "Chicken in Black" was about Johnny's brain being transplanted into a chicken. Ironically, the song turned out to be a larger commercial success than any of his other recent material. Nevertheless, he was hoping to kill the relationship with the label before they did, and it was not long after "Chicken in Black" that Columbia and Cash parted ways. In 1986, Cash returned to Sun Studios in Memphis to team up with Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins to create the album Class of '55. This was not the first time he had teamed up with Lewis and Perkins at Sun Studios. On December 4, 1956, Elvis Presley dropped in on Phillips to pay a social visit while Perkins was in the studio cutting new tracks, with Lewis backing him on piano. Cash was also in the studio and the four started an impromptu jam session. Phillips left the tapes running and the recordings, almost half of which were gospel songs, survived and have been released on CD under the title Million Dollar Quartet. Tracks also include Chuck Berry's "Brown Eyed Handsome Man", Pat Boone's "Don't Forbid Me", and Elvis doing an impersonation of Jackie Wilson (who was then with Billy Ward and the Dominoes) singing "Don't Be Cruel". In 1986, Cash published his only novel, Man in White, a book about Saul and his conversion to become the Apostle Paul. He also recorded Johnny Cash Reads The Complete New Testament in 1990. American Recordings After Columbia Records dropped Cash from his recording contract, he had a short and unsuccessful stint with Mercury Records from 1987 to 1991 (see Johnny Cash discography). In 1991, Cash sang lead vocals on a cover version of "Man in Black" for the Christian punk band One Bad Pig's album I Scream Sunday. His career was rejuvenated in the 1990s, leading to popularity among a younger audience not traditionally interested in country music. In 1993, he sang the vocal on U2's "The Wanderer" for their album Zooropa. Although he was no longer sought after by major labels, Cash was approached by producer Rick Rubin and offered a contract with Rubin's American Recordings label, better known for rap and hard rock. Under Rubin's supervision, he recorded the album American Recordings (1994) in his living room, accompanied only by his guitar. The album featured several covers of contemporary artists selected by Rubin and saw much critical and commercial success, winning a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Cash wrote that his reception at the 1994 Glastonbury Festival was one of the highlights of his career. This was the beginning of a decade of music industry accolades and surprising commercial success. Cash and his wife appeared on a number of episodes of the popular television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman starring Jane Seymour. The actress thought so highly of Cash that she later named one of her twin sons after him. He did a cameo in an episode of The Simpsons, playing the voice of a coyote that guides Homer on a spiritual quest. In 1996, Cash released a sequel to American Recordings, Unchained, and enlisted the accompaniment of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, which won a Grammy for Best Country Album. Cash, believing he did not explain enough of himself in his 1975 autobiography Man in Black, wrote another autobiography in 1997 entitled Cash: The Autobiography. Illness and death In 1997, Cash was diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease Shy-Drager syndrome. The diagnosis was later altered to autonomic neuropathy associated with diabetes. This illness forced Cash to curtail his touring. He was hospitalized in 1998 with severe pneumonia, which damaged his lungs. The albums American III: Solitary Man (2000) and American IV: The Man Comes Around (2002) contained Cash's response to his illness in the form of songs of a slightly more somber tone than the first two American albums. The video for "Hurt", generally recognized as 'his epitaph', from American IV received particular critical and popular acclaim. June Carter Cash died of complications following heart valve replacement surgery on May 15, 2003, at the age of seventy-three. June had told Cash to keep working, so he continued to record and even performed a couple of surprise shows at the Carter Family Fold outside Bristol, Virginia. (The July 5, 2003, concert was his final public appearance.) At the June 21, 2003, concert, before singing "Ring of Fire", Cash read a statement about his late wife that he had written shortly before taking the stage. He spoke of how June's spirit was watching over him and how she had come to visit him before going on stage. He barely made it through the song. Despite his health issues, he spoke of looking forward to the day when he could walk again and toss his wheelchair into the river near his home. Less than four months after his wife's death, Johnny Cash died on September 12, 2003, while hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. He was 71. He was interred next to his wife in Hendersonville Memory Gardens near his home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Cash is survived by his children and 16 grandchildren. On May 24, 2005, Vivian Liberto, Cash's first wife and the mother of Rosanne Cash, died from surgery to remove lung cancer. It was Rosanne Cash's fiftieth birthday. In June 2005, his lakeside home on Caudill Drive in Hendersonville, Tennessee, went up for sale by the Cash estate. In January 2006, the house was sold to Bee Gees vocalist Barry Gibb and wife Linda Gibb and titled in their Florida limited liability company for $2.3 million. The listing agent was Cash's younger brother, Tommy Cash. The home was destroyed by fire on April 10, 2007. One of Johnny Cash's final collaborations with producer Rick Rubin, entitled American V: A Hundred Highways, was released posthumously on July 4, 2006. The album debuted in the #1 position on Billboard Magazine's Top 200 album chart the week ending July 22, 2006. The vocal parts of the track were recorded before Cash's death, but the other instruments were not recorded until about 2005. American VI, an expected final release, has yet to be issued. Legacy From his early days as a pioneer of rockabilly and rock and roll in the 1950s, to his decades as an international representative of country music, to his resurgence to fame in the 1990s as a living legend and an alternative country icon, Cash influenced countless artists and left a large body of work. Upon his death, Cash was revered by the greatest popular musicians of his time. Among Johnny Cash's children, his daughter Rosanne Cash (by first wife Vivian Liberto) and his son John Carter Cash (by June Carter Cash) are notable country-music musicians in their own right. Cash nurtured and defended artists on the fringes of what was acceptable in country music even while serving as the country music establishment's most visible symbol. At an all-star TNT concert in 1999, a diverse group of artists paid him tribute, including Bob Dylan, Chris Isaak, Wyclef Jean, Norah Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and U2. Cash himself appeared at the end and performed for the first time in more than a year. Two tribute albums were released shortly before his death; Kindred Spirits contains works from established artists, while Dressed in Black contains works from many lesser-known artists. In total, he wrote over a thousand songs and released dozens of albums. A box set titled Unearthed was issued posthumously. It included four CDs of unreleased material recorded with Rubin as well as a Best of Cash on American retrospective CD. In recognition of his lifelong support of SOS Children's Villages, his family invited friends and fans to donate to that charity in his memory. He had a personal link with the SOS village in Diessen, at the Ammersee-Lake in Southern Germany, near where he was stationed as a GI, and also with the SOS village in Barrett Town, by Montego Bay near his holiday home in Jamaica. The Johnny Cash Memorial Fund was founded and contributions can be made here. In 1999, Cash received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Johnny Cash #31 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. In a tribute to Cash after his death, country music superstar Gary Allan included the song "Nickajack Cave (Johnny Cash's Redemption)" on his 2005 album entitled Tough All Over. The song chronicles Cash hitting rock bottom and subsequently resurrecting his life and career. For a period of time, there was a museum called the "House of Cash", but it is no longer in operation. Highway 31E, Hendersonville's Main Street, is known as "Johnny Cash Parkway". On November 2 – November 4, 2007 the Johnny Cash Flower Pickin' Festival was held in Starkville, Mississippi, the city where Cash had been arrested over 40 years earlier and held overnight at the city jail on May 11, 1965, inspiring Cash to write the song "Starkville City Jail". The festival, where he was offered a symbolic posthumous pardon, honored Cash's life and music, and is expected to become an annual event. Portrayals In 1998, country singer Mark Collie portrayed Cash for the first time in a short film, "I Still Miss Someone". Shot mostly in black and white, it attempts to capture a moment in time for Cash during his darkest years, the mid 1960s. Walk the Line, an Academy Award-winning biopic about Johnny Cash's lifetime starring Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash and Reese Witherspoon as June Carter Cash (for which she won the 2005 Best Actress Oscar), was released in the U.S. on November 18, 2005 to considerable commercial success and great critical acclaim. Both Phoenix and Witherspoon have won various other awards for their roles, including the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy and Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy, respectively. They both performed their own vocals in the film, and Phoenix learned to play guitar for his role as Johnny Cash. Phoenix received the Grammy Award for his contributions to the Walk the Line soundtrack. Ring of Fire, a jukebox musical of the Cash oeuvre, debuted on Broadway on March 12, 2006 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, but closed due to harsh reviews and disappointing sales on April 30, 2006. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, a comedy film parodying biopic films such as Walk the Line and Ray, is a close parody of Cash's life and the way he was portrayed in Walk the Line. Heritage Cash was completely of Scottish heritage, but he learned this only upon researching his ancestry. After a chance meeting with former Falkland laird, Major Michael Crichton-Stuart, he traced the Cash family tree to eleventh century Fife, Scotland. He had believed in his younger days that he was mainly Irish and partially Native American (he had been told he was one-quarter Cherokee). Even after learning he had no Native American ancestry, Cash's empathy and compassion for Native Americans was unabated. These feelings were expressed in several of his songs, including Apache Tears and The Ballad of Ira Hayes, and on his album, Bitter Tears. Lists of accomplishments Cash received multiple Country Music Awards, Grammys, and other awards, in categories ranging from vocal and spoken performances to album notes and videos. In a career that spanned almost five decades, Cash was the personification of country music to many people around the world. Cash was a musician who was not tied to a single genre. He recorded songs that could be considered rock and roll, blues, rockabilly, folk, and gospel, and exerted an influence on each of those genres. Moreover, he had the unique distinction among country artists of having "crossed over" late in his career to become popular with an unexpected demographic, young indie and alternative rock fans. His diversity was evidenced by his presence in three major music halls of fame: the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (1977), the Country Music Hall of Fame (1980), and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1992). Only thirteen performers are in both of the last two, and only Hank Williams Sr., Jimmie Rodgers, and Bill Monroe share the honor with Cash of being in all three. However, only Cash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the regular manner, unlike the other country members, who were inducted as "early influences." His pioneering contribution to the genre has also been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. He received the Kennedy Center Honors in 1996. Cash stated that his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980 was his greatest professional achievement. In 2007 Johnny Cash was inducted into the Hit Parade Hall of Fame. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.