Back At The House Of Cash
Remember When !!!!!
The House Of Cash Is
No Longer Open To Public
All Information Was Taken From An Old Scrapbook
Welcome To the House Of
We've Been Here Twenty
Years And We're Here To Stay. The Museum Was Planned With You In Mind.
Many Of My Personal Mementos, Awards Gifts From Other Celebrities As Well
As A Great Carter Family Exhibit are Here As Well.
When you walk through the
Johnny Cash Museum it's like a walk through Time And History, you'll See A
Letter From Andrew Jackson, al Capone's Chair, A Desk Set Once Belonging
To Chang Kai-Shek. we'll Take You Back to The Old West With Buffalo Bill's
Winchester Rifle And John Wayne's Peacemaker. From Indian Artifacts To
Buddy Holly's Motorcycle. From Fine Arts, To Johnny's Personal Photo
gallery. From Props Out Of The Movie "The Gospel Road", To Real
Life Memorabilia From The Legendary Carter Family. There's Even An Old
train Station On the Grounds Call (Amqui), Home Of June's Antiques.
Johnny Cash & June
Carter's Home In Tennessee
Now Sold, See Article Below
Johnny Cash Taking It Easy At
His Home In Tennessee
An Evening With Johnny Cash And
A Bee Gee Buys Johnny Cash's Home
Singer-Songwriter Barry Gibb Plans to Use House for Musical Inspiration
Singer-songwriter Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees has purchased Johnny and June Carter Cash's former home in the Nashville suburb of Hendersonville, Tenn., a spokesman for the Cash estate confirmed Wednesday (Jan. 4).
The 13,880-square-foot home was officially purchased by Balinda LLC, a Florida company wholly owned by Gibb and his wife, Linda. The couple plans to restore the home to its original condition.
"This place will always be the spiritual home for the Cashes," Gibb said in a written statement. "My wife, Linda, and I are determined to preserve it, to honor their memory. We fell in love with it. It's an incredible honor for us. We plan to use the home to write songs because of the musical inspiration."
The house on Old Hickory Lake served as the Cashes' home for 35 years. The primary residence throughout the couple's marriage, the house itself plays a major role in Walk the Line, the film biography starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon. June Carter Cash died May 15, 2003, and Johnny Cash died Sept. 12, 2003.
The property, which includes a 4.6-acre lakefront lot, was placed on the market in June 2005 with an asking price of $2.9 million but reportedly sold for $2.3 million. The home was sold by Robert L. and Catherine C. Sullivan, the estate trustees, as part of the directives left by the Cashes.
When the property was listed, real estate agent Tommy Cash, the singer's brother, said it would be sold "as is" and would include seven pieces of antique furniture, including the couple's bed. Built in 1968, the house includes seven bedrooms, five full baths and an outdoor swimming pool.
The Bee Gees scored their first hit in the U.S. in 1967 with "New York Mining Disaster 1941" and followed it up with a series of pop favorites, including "To Love Somebody," "I Started a Joke" and "Massachusetts." The trio, which included Gibb's younger brothers Robin and Maurice, became even more popular in the '70s with disco-driven songs from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, including "Stayin' Alive."
Barry Gibb produced Kenny Rogers' 1983 album, Eyes That See in the Dark, that contained Rogers' duet with Dolly Parton on "Islands in the Stream," a song written by the Gibb brothers. The Bee Gees charted one country single, "Rest Your Love on Me," that peaked at No. 39 in 1978.
Johnny Cash's Boyhood
Home In Dyess Arkansas
Johnny Cash & June
Carter Cash At Their Home In Hendersonville TN.
On September 12, Willie Nelson will release his first .