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New Year 2006 !!
To Say, There Was No Johnny Cash Calendar for 2006
Well Maybe Next Year. !!!!!!
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September 2002 Issue
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American #3 Solitary
Man CD By Johnny Cash
There Are A Few More
Burrs On The Old Voice But Even Greater Authority
July 16, 2000
Johnny Cash” The and man in black would say, in a voice of quiet
intensity --- and the audience would go wild. The Arkansas native worked
in a Michigan auto factory, then headed to Memphis, where he became pals
with Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis at Sun Records. He scored big hits
with “I Walk The Line” “Folsom Prison Blues,” He scored with June
Carter, a member of country music’s royal Carter Family; they wed in
1968. When the 70’s rolled around, the man with the deep voice ( and the
deep experience of American life ) was in tune with the country craze: he
had his own TV show, kept the hits coming, performed at the Nixon White
House and as well on his way to a 1992 induction into the Rock and Roll
Hall Of Fame.
June 5, 2000
Johnny Cash and Bluegrass Pioneer Ralph Stanley Received "Living
Legend" Medals From The Library Of Congress In Washington, D.C.
Ceremony April 23, 2000 Stanley 73, And His Band, The Clinch Mountain
Boys, Performed Later That Same Day At The National Birthday Party And
Concert On The East Lawn Of The Capitol Building . Other Medal Recipients
Included Colin Powell, Harry Belafonte, Hank Aaron , Tony Bennett B.B.
King And Barbara Streisand.
May 19, 2000
Cash Movie Article
Columbia Pictures is going to
walk the line – the one between Johnny Cash’s tumultuous life and his
evolution into an American icon. James Mangold, who directed the recent
Girl, Interrupted, will co-write and directed the movie about Johnny,
“He Lived such a bold life, “Mangold points out, embracing everything
in the 60’s. He rerecorded with Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger and the Grand Ole
Opry. He was never an easy package to sell. He was always a brand new
thing. The film is being produced by James Keach, husband of actress Jane
Seymour, who is a very close to the Cash’s. Keach describes the
storyline as “every man who has descended into hell and who has found
redemption.” In Johnny’s case, he adds, it came “in the love of a
woman, in his music and in the love of his fans
Happened To This Movie ?????
Posted April 22, 2000
Country Music Hall of
Famer Johnny Cash, bluegrass patriarch Ralph Stanley and folk legend Pete Seeger are among
the 78 luminaries to receive "Living Legend" medals from the Library of Congress
on April 24. Stanley, 73, and Seeger, 80, plan to be in Washington, D.C., to accept their
awards and perform at the Library's free National Birthday Party and Concert later the
same day on the East Lawn of the United States Capitol. Kathy Mattea will also perform at
the concert. Cash, 68, is not scheduled to be on hand for the activities. The celebration,
a part of the Library's bicentennial observances, will be hosted by National Public Radio
commentator Cokie Roberts. Other medal recipients include Gen. Colin Powell, musicians
B.B. King, Tony Bennett and Barbara Streisand, folklorist Alan Lomax, record exec Ahmet
Ertegun and baseball great Hank Aaron.
Johnny Cash No Man For The Nineties
Johnny Cash Doesn't Care Much For Today's
Country Music. "I'm A Fan Of The Traditional - George Jones, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank
Snow, Bob Wills, The Chuck Wagon Gang, The Carter Family, " says The Man In Black.
"That's Still The Country Music I Think Was The Best. Modern Country Is Caught Up In
Special Effects, In what They Call The Video Age. I Don't Listen To A Lot Of that New
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Revised: September 03, 2007.