Tag: Johnny Cash

Music History October 25

BORN ON OCTOBER 25 1902 – Eddie Lang, American guitarist (d. 1933) 1912 – Minnie Pearl, American comedian and singer (d. 1996) 1918 – Chubby Jackson, American bassist and bandleader (d. 2003) 1924 – Earl Palmer, American drummer (The Wrecking…

Remembering June Carter Cash by Carlene Carter

Written by Carlene Carter Let’s talk about my little auburn haired, blue-eyed mother, born on June 23, 1929 to Maybelle Addington Carter and Ezra J. Carter and they named her Valerie June Carter. My grandma was assisted in the birth…

Johnny Cash: Koncert V. Praze (In Prague Live) (Legacy)

Johnny Cash Koncert V. Praze (In Prague Live) (Legacy) Unlike Elvis Presley, who never toured outside of North America, Johnny Cash took his music to the masses touring overseas frequently. In fact, when June Carter finally accepted his marriage proposal,…

Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” Turns 60

On July 30, 1955, a 23-year-old singer named Johnny Cash stepped into Sun Recording Studios in Memphis, Tennessee with guitarist Luther Perkins and bassist Marshall Grant to record a single. With the help of future legendary producer Sam Phillips at…