I help Dad tune his guitar onstage at the Carter Fold in Hiltons, Virginia. This photo is found in “House of Cash” by John Carter Cash. “My father and I were the best of friends throughout our lives.” (p 118)
Johnny Cash makes surprise, final appearance at Carter's Fold
7/25/2003 Johnny Cash, last performance, Legendary Man in Black arrived Carters Fold,rustic shed like venue. Partially incapacitated by degenerative nerve disease,Cash told worshippers"If you can put up with my problems,I will do the best to entertain you"He did a 30 min show.Last public appearance.Asked by Jeanette Carter not to pressure for autographs due to ailing health,And he doesnt feel pressure,this is why he came to pay tribute for his career
Johnny Cash was the first American to hear & report about Stalin's death
The "Man in Black" was one of those people born with an unfathomable "aura of greatness." Over a decade has passed since his death and his legacy and
“Troublesome Waters:” A Song From Johnny Cash's I Walk the Line Album
In 1964, “Troublesome Waters” by Johnny Cash appeared in his studio album I Walk the Line. The song was written by Maybelle Carter and Dixie Dean.
A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash – 1969.
The magnificent Johnny Cash hit #1 on the US singles chart only once. It was in 1969 with the novelty country song, A Boy Named Sue. american idol? If ever I catch a glimpse of American Idol or X-Factor or one of the other Simon Cowell talent shows, I always think of people like Johnny Cash and…
Inside Johnny Cash's drug-fueled 1960s despair and comeback
Johnny Cash's manager Saul Holiff was with him from 1960 to 1973. A new book reveals the drug-fueled singer's descent into addiction, before a recovery which made him world famous.