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You will NOT be charged as long as the download is $0.00.If you want to download songs to your computer or phone for Step By Step instructions. DescriptionUniversal's 2010 collection Icon rounds up recordings Johnny Cash made during his stint on Mercury in the '80s, which means that the versions of 'I Walk the Line,' 'Cry Cry Cry,' 'Guess Things Happen That Way,' 'Get Rhythm,' 'Hey Porter,' 'Wanted Man,' 'Ring of Fire,' and 'Folsom Prison Blues' included here are not the original hit versions. They're perfectly fine remakes supported by such '80s vintage recordings as 'The Night Hank Williams Came to Town' and a cover of Harry Chapin's 'Cat's in the Cradle.' This will inevitably be a let-down for those looking for the originals, but they're solid versions and this collection is enjoyable for what it is.
.WebsiteJohn R. 'Johnny' Cash (born J.
Cash; February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and author. He is one of the, having sold more than 90 million records worldwide. His -spanning songs and sound embraced,. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of being inducted into the, and.Cash was known for his deep, calm voice, the distinctive sound of his backing band characterized by train-like chugging guitar rhythms, a rebelliousness coupled with an increasingly somber and humble demeanor, free prison concerts, and a trademark, all-black stage wardrobe, which earned him the nickname 'The Man in Black'. He traditionally began his concerts by simply introducing himself, 'Hello, I'm Johnny Cash,' followed by his '.Much of Cash's music contained themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption, especially in the later stages of his career.
His other signature songs include ', ', ', and '. He also recorded humorous numbers like ' and '; a duet with his future wife, called ' (followed by many further duets after their wedding); and including ', ', and '.
During the last stage of his career, Cash covered songs by several late 20th-century rock artists, notably ' by and '. Johnny Cash and his second wife, 1969Cash met singer June Carter, of the famed while on tour, and the two became infatuated with each other. In 1968, 13 years after they first met backstage at the, Cash proposed to June, during a live performance in. The couple married on March 1, 1968, in.
They had one child together, born March 3, 1970. He was the only son for both Johnny and June.
In addition to having his four daughters and John Carter, Cash also became step-father to and; June’s daughters from her first two marriages.Cash and Carter continued to work, raise their child, create music, and tour together for 35 years until June's death in May 2003. Throughout their marriage, June attempted to keep Cash off amphetamines, often taking his drugs and flushing them down the toilet. June remained with him even throughout his multiple admissions for rehabilitation treatment and years of drug abuse. After June's death, Cash believed that his only reason for living was his music.
He died four months after she did. Career Early career. Publicity photo for Sun Records, 1955In 1954, Cash and Vivian moved to, where he sold appliances while studying to be a radio announcer.
At night, he played with guitarist and bassist. Perkins and Grant were known as the. Cash worked up the courage to visit the studio, hoping to get a recording contract.
He auditioned for by singing mostly gospel songs, only to learn from the producer that he no longer recorded gospel music. Phillips was rumored to have told Cash to 'go home and sin, then come back with a song I can sell', although in a 2002 interview, Cash denied that Phillips made any such comment. Cash eventually won over the producer with new songs delivered in his early rockabilly style.
In 1955, Cash made his first recordings at Sun, ' and ', which were released in late June and met with success on the country.On December 4, 1956, dropped in on Phillips while was in the studio cutting new tracks, with backing him on piano. Cash was also in the studio, and the four started an. Phillips left the tapes running and the recordings, almost half of which were gospel songs, survived. They have since been released under the title. In Cash: the Autobiography, Cash wrote that he was the farthest from the microphone and sang in a higher pitch to blend in with Elvis.Cash's next record, 'Folsom Prison Blues', made the country top five. His ' became number one on the country charts and entered the pop charts top 20. ' followed, recorded in July 1957.
That same year, Cash became the first Sun artist to release a. Although he was Sun's most consistently selling and prolific artist at that time, Cash felt constrained by his contract with the small label. Phillips did not want Cash to record gospel, and was paying him a 3% royalty rather than the standard rate of 5%. Presley had already left Sun, and Phillips was focusing most of his attention and promotion on Lewis.In 1958, Cash left Phillips to sign a lucrative offer with. His single ' became one of his biggest hits, and he recorded a collection of gospel songs for his second album for Columbia. However, Cash left behind a sufficient backlog of recordings with Sun that Phillips continued to release new singles and albums from them, featuring previously unreleased material until as late as 1964.
Cash was in the unusual position of having new releases out on two labels concurrently. Sun's 1960 release, a cover of ', made it to number 13 on the C&W charts.(When signed Presley, it also bought his Sun Records masters, but when Cash departed for Columbia, Phillips retained the rights to the singer's Sun masters. Columbia eventually licensed some of these recordings for release on compilations after Cash's death.). Cash in 1969Later, on, he continued telling stories of Native-American plight, both in song and through short films, such as the history of the.In 1966, in response to his activism, the singer was adopted by the Seneca Nation's Turtle Clan. He performed benefits in 1968 at the Rosebud Reservation, close to the historical landmark of the massacre at, to raise money to help build a school.
He also played at the in the 1980s.Johnny Cash used his stardom and economic status to bring awareness to the issues surrounding the Native American people. Cash sang songs about indigenous humanity in an effort to confront the U.S. Many non-Native Americans stayed away from singing about these things.In 1970, Cash recorded a reading of John G. Burnett's 1890 80th-birthday essay on for the Historical Landmarks Association (Nashville). The Johnny Cash Show 1969–71 From June 1969 to March 1971, Cash starred in his own television show, on the network.
Produced by, the show was performed at the in Nashville. Opened for him in every episode; the Carter Family and rockabilly legend Carl Perkins were also part of the regular show entourage.
Cash also enjoyed booking mainstream performers as guests; including in her first TV appearance, (who appeared four times),. During the same period, he contributed the title song and other songs to the film Little Fauss and Big Halsey, which starred,. The title song, 'The Ballad of Little Fauss and Big Halsey', written by Carl Perkins, was nominated for a Golden Globe award in 1971.Cash had met with Dylan in the mid-1960s and became closer friends when they were neighbors in the late 1960s in. Cash was enthusiastic about reintroducing the reclusive Dylan to his audience. Cash sang a duet with Dylan, “”, on Dylan's country album and also wrote the album's -winning.Another artist who received a major career boost from The Johnny Cash Show was, who was beginning to make a name for himself as a singer-songwriter. During a live performance of Kristofferson's ', Cash refused to change the lyrics to suit network executives, singing the song with its references to intact. Cash performing in, West Germany, in September 1972He wore 'black' on behalf of the and, on behalf of 'the prisoner who has long paid for his crime,' and on behalf of those who have been betrayed by age or drugs.
'And,' Cash added,with the as painful in my mind as it was in most other Americans, I wore it 'in mournin' for the lives that could have been'. Apart from the Vietnam War being over, I don't see much reason to change my position. The old are still neglected, the poor are still poor, the young are still dying before their time, and we're not making many moves to make things right.
There's still plenty of darkness to carry off. Cash in the 'one piece at a time' CadillacHis band and he 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. The outdated used to be referred to by sailors as 'Johnny Cashes', as the uniform's shirt, tie, and trousers are solid black.In the mid-1970s, Cash's popularity and number of hit songs began to decline.
He made commercials for and, an unpopular enterprise at the time of the. In 1976, he made commercials for, for which he also wrote the music. However, his first autobiography, 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 Cash's production of a film about the life of Jesus, which Cash co-wrote and narrated. It was released in 1973. Cash viewed the film as a statement of his personal faith rather than a means of proselytizing.Cash and June Carter Cash appeared several times on the Billy Graham Crusade TV specials, and Cash continued to include gospel and religious songs on many of his albums, though Columbia declined to release, a gospel double-LP Cash recorded in 1979 and which ended up being released on an independent label even with Cash still under contract to Columbia.
On November 22, 1974, CBS ran his one-hour TV special entitled Riding The Rails, a musical history of trains.He continued to appear on television, hosting Christmas specials on in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Later television appearances included a starring role in an episode of, entitled 'Swan Song'.
June and he appeared in an episode of, entitled 'The Collection'. He gave a performance as in the 1985 television miniseries. Johnny and June also appeared in in recurring roles.He was friendly with every US President, starting with. He was closest to, with whom he became close friends and who was a distant cousin of his wife, June.When invited to perform at the for the first time in 1970, Richard Nixon's office requested that he play ' (a satirical song about people who despised youthful drug users and war protesters), 'Welfare Cadillac' (a Guy Drake song which denies the integrity of welfare recipients), and 'A Boy Named Sue'. Cash declined to play the first two and instead selected other songs, including 'The Ballad of ' (about a brave veteran who was mistreated upon his return to ), and his own compositions, ' and 'Man in Black'.
Cash wrote 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. However, Cash added, even if Nixon's office had given Cash enough time to learn and rehearse the songs, their choice of pieces that conveyed ' and ' sentiments might have backfired. In his remarks when introducing Cash, Nixon joked that one thing he had learned about the singer was one did not tell him what to sing.Johnny Cash was the grand marshal of the parade.
He wore a shirt from which sold for $25,000 in auction in 2010. After the parade he gave a concert at the Washington monument. Highwaymen and departure from Columbia Records. Members, Johnny Cash,In 1980, Cash became the 's youngest living inductee at age 48, 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, and as, making three hit albums, which were released beginning with the originally titled Highwayman in 1985, followed by Highwaymen 2 in 1990, and concluding with Highwaymen – The Road Goes On Forever in 1995.During that period, Cash appeared in a number of television films. In 1981, he starred in, winning fine reviews for a film that called attention to adult. In the same year, Cash appeared as a 'very special guest star' in an episode of the. In 1983, he appeared as a heroic sheriff in, based on a real-life Georgia murder case, which co-starred as his nemesis and featured June Carter in a small but important role.
Cash had tried for years to make the film, for which he won acclaim.Cash relapsed into addiction after being administered painkillers for a serious abdominal injury in 1983 caused by an unusual incident in which he was kicked and wounded by an ostrich he kept on his farm.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 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 '.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 was not properly marketing him (he was 'invisible' during that time, as he said in his autobiography).In 1984, Cash released a self-parody recording titled 'Chicken in Black' about Cash's brain being transplanted into a chicken and Cash receiving a bank robber's brain in return.
Biographer Robert Hilburn, in his 2013 book Johnny Cash: The Life, disputes the claim made that Cash chose to record an intentionally poor song in protest of Columbia's treatment of him. On the contrary, Hilburn writes, it was Columbia that presented Cash with the song, which Cash – who had previously scored major chart hits with comedic material such as 'A Boy Named Sue' and 'One Piece at a Time' – accepted enthusiastically, performing the song live on stage and filming a comedic music video in which he dresses up in a superhero-like bank-robber costume. According to Hilburn, Cash's enthusiasm for the song waned after Waylon Jennings told Cash he looked 'like a buffoon' in the music video (which was showcased during Cash's 1984 Christmas TV special), and Cash subsequently demanded that Columbia withdraw the music video from broadcast and recall the single from stores—interrupting its bona fide chart success—and termed the venture 'a fiasco.'
Between 1981 and 1984, he recorded several sessions with famed producer (who also produced 'Chicken in Black'), which were shelved; they would be released by Columbia's sister label, in 2014 as. Johnny Cash sings a duet with a Navy lieutenant around 1987After Columbia Records dropped Cash from his recording contract, he had a short and unsuccessful stint with from 1987 to 1991.
During this time, he recorded an album of new versions of some of his best-known Sun and Columbia hits, as well as, a duets album that paired him with, among others, his children and, as well as. A recorded for followed his Mercury contract.Though Cash would never have another chart hit from 1991 until his death (one of many older country acts to be derailed by changes in the industry that year), his career was rejuvenated in the 1990s, leading to popularity with an audience which was not traditionally considered interested in country music. In 1988, British post-punk musicians (formerly of ) and put together ' Til Things Are Brighter, a featuring mostly British-based indie-rock acts' interpretations of Cash's songs. Cash was enthusiastic about the project, telling Langford that it was a 'morale booster'; Roseanne Cash later said 'he felt a real connection with those musicians and very validated. It was very good for him: he was in his element.
He absolutely understood what they were tapping into, and loved it'. The album attracted press attention on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1991, he sang a version of 'Man in Black' for the band 's album I Scream Sunday. In 1993, he sang 'The Wanderer', the closing track of 's album. According to Rolling Stone writer Adam Gold, 'The Wanderer' – written for Cash by Bono, 'defies both the U2 and Cash canons, combining rhythmic and textural elements of Nineties synth-pop with a Countrypolitan lament fit for the closing credits of a Seventies western.'
No longer sought-after by major labels, he was offered a contract with producer 's label, which had recently been rebranded from Def American, under which name it was better known for rap. Under Rubin's supervision, he recorded (1994) in his living room, accompanied only by his Martin Dreadnought guitar – one of many Cash played throughout his career. The album featured covers of contemporary artists selected by Rubin including 'Down There by the Train'.
The album had a great deal of critical and commercial success, winning a Grammy for. Cash wrote that his reception at the 1994 was one of the highlights of his career. This was the beginning of a decade of music industry accolades and commercial success. He teamed up with to contribute 'Folsom Prison Blues' to the AIDS benefit album produced by the. On the same album, he performed the Bob Dylan favorite '.' Cash and his wife appeared on a number of episodes of the television series Dr.
Quinn, Medicine Woman. He also lent his voice for a in episode ', as the 'Space Coyote' that guides on a spiritual quest.Cash was joined by guitarist of, bassist of, and drummer of for a cover of 's ', featured on the tribute album Twisted Willie, released in January 1996.In 1996, Cash enlisted the accompaniment of and released (also known as American Recordings II), which won the Grammy in 1998. The album was produced by Rick Rubin with engineering and mixing. A majority of Unchained was recorded at and featured guest appearances by,. Believing he did not explain enough of himself in his 1975 autobiography Man in Black, he wrote Cash: The Autobiography in 1997.Later years. Cash's original grave (top) and the Cash/Carter memorialIn 1997, Cash was diagnosed with the disease, a form of.
According to biographer Robert Hilburn, the disease was originally misdiagnosed as, and Cash even announced to his audience that he had Parkinson's after nearly collapsing on stage in, on October 25, 1997. Soon afterwards, his diagnosis was changed to Shy–Drager, and Cash was told he had about 18 months to live. The diagnosis was later again altered to associated with.
The illness forced Cash to curtail his touring. He was hospitalized in 1998 with severe, which damaged his lungs.During the last stage of his career, Cash released the albums (2000) and (2002). American IV included by several late 20th-century rock artists, notably ' by and '. Of Nine Inch Nails commented that he was initially skeptical about Cash's plan to cover 'Hurt', but was later impressed and moved by the rendition.
The video for 'Hurt' received critical and popular acclaim, including a Grammy Award.June Carter Cash died on May 15, 2003, at the age of 73. June had told Cash to keep working, so he continued to record, completing 60 more songs in the last four months of his life, and even performed a few surprise shows at the outside. At the July 5, 2003, concert (his last public performance), before singing 'Ring of Fire', Cash read a statement about his late wife that he had written shortly before taking the stage:The spirit of June Carter overshadows me tonight with the love she had for me and the love I have for her. We connect somewhere between here and Heaven. She came down for a short visit, I guess, from Heaven to visit with me tonight to give me courage and inspiration like she always has. She's never been one for me except courage and inspiration.
I thank God for June Carter. I love her with all my heart.Cash continued to record until shortly before his death. His final recordings were made on August 21, 2003, and consisted of 'Like the 309', which appeared on in 2006, and the final song he completed, 'Engine 143', which was recorded for his son John Carter Cash for a planned Carter Family tribute album. Death While being hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Cash died of complications from around 2:00 am CT on September 12, 2003, aged 71—less than four months after his wife. He was buried next to her in near his home in.Cash wrote in his autobiography that he was diagnosed with during a trip to in 1997. Religious beliefs Cash was raised by his parents in the denomination of Christianity.
He was baptized in 1944 in the Tyronza River as a member of the Central Baptist Church of.A troubled but devout Christian, Cash has been characterized as a 'lens through which to view American contradictions and challenges.' On May 9, 1971, he answered the at Evangel Temple, an congregation pastored by Jimmie R. Snow with outreach to people in the music world.A, Cash penned a, Man in White in 1986 and in the introduction writes about a reporter, who, interested in Cash's religious beliefs, questioned whether the book is written from a Baptist, Catholic, or Jewish perspective.
Cash replies 'I'm a Christian. Don't put me in another box.' In the mid-1970s, Cash and his wife, June, completed a course of study in the Bible through Christian International Bible College.: 66 Cash often performed at Billy Graham Crusades. At a Tallahassee Crusade in 1986, June and Johnny sang his song, 'One of These Days I'm Gonna Sit Down And Talk To Paul.'
At a notable performance in Arkansas in 1989, Johnny Cash spoke to attendees of his commitment to the salvation of drug dealers and alcoholics. He then sang, 'Family Bible'.He made a spoken-word recording of the entire of the. Cash declared he was 'the biggest sinner of them all', and viewed himself overall as a complicated and contradictory man.
Accordingly, Cash is said to have 'contained multitudes,' and has been deemed 'the philosopher-prince of American country music.' Cash is credited with having converted actor and singer to Christianity. The clothes and guitar of Johnny Cash on exhibit in the Artist Gallery of the Musical Instrument Museum of PhoenixCash's daughter Rosanne (by first wife Vivian Liberto) and his son John Carter Cash (by June Carter Cash) are notable musicians in their own right.Cash nurtured and defended artists (such as Bob Dylan ) 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 concert which aired in 1999 on, a diverse group of artists paid him tribute, including Dylan, 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; contains works from established artists, while contains works from many lesser-known musicians.In total, he wrote over 1,000 songs and released dozens of albums. A titled was issued posthumously.
It included four CDs of unreleased material recorded with Rubin, as well as a Best of Cash on American retrospective CD. The set also includes a 104-page book that discusses each track and features one of Cash's final interviews.In 1999, Cash received the. In 2004, ranked Cash number 31 on their '100 Greatest Artists of All Time' list and No. 21 on their '100 Greatest Singers' list in 2010.
In 2012, Rolling Stone ranked Cash's 1968 live album At Folsom Prison and 1994 studio album American Recordings at No. 366 in its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.In recognition of his lifelong support of, his family invited friends and fans to donate to the Johnny Cash Memorial Fund in his memory. He had a personal link with the SOS village in, at the Lake in, near where he was stationed as a, and with the SOS village in Barrett Town, by, near his holiday home in.In January 2006, Cash's lakeside home on Caudill Drive in Hendersonville was sold to vocalist and wife Linda for $2.3 million. On April 10, 2007, during major renovation works carried out for Gibb, a fire broke out at the house, spreading quickly due to a flammable wood preservative that had been used. The building was completely destroyed.One of Cash's final collaborations with producer Rick Rubin, American V: A Hundred Highways, was released posthumously on July 4, 2006. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 album chart for the week ending July 22, 2006.
On February 23, 2010, three days before what would have been Cash's 78th birthday, the Cash Family, Rick Rubin, and Lost Highway Records released his second posthumous record, titled.The main street in Hendersonville, Tennessee, Highway 31E, is known as 'Johnny Cash Parkway'. The Johnny Cash Museum, located in one of Cash's properties in Hendersonville until 2006, dubbed the, was sold based on Cash's will. Prior to this, having been closed for a number of years, the museum had been featured in Cash's music video for 'Hurt'. The house subsequently burned down during the renovation by the new owner. A new museum, founded by Shannon and Bill Miller, opened April 26, 2013, in downtown Nashville.On November 2–4, 2007, the Johnny Cash Flower Pickin' Festival was held in Starkville, Mississippi, where Cash had been arrested more than 40 years earlier and held overnight at the city jail on May 11, 1965. The incident inspired 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 was expected to become an annual event.JC Unit One, Johnny Cash's private tour bus from 1980 until 2003, was put on exhibit at the and Museum in, in 2007. The museum offers public tours of the bus on a seasonal basis (it is stored during the winter and not exhibited during those times).A honoring Cash went on sale June 5, 2013. The stamp features a promotional picture of Cash taken around the 1963 release of '.
Used Cash's version of ' at as his entrance theme.On October 14, 2014, the City of Folsom unveiled phase 1 of the Johnny Cash Trail to the public with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Roseanne Cash. Along the trail, eight larger-than-life public art pieces will tell the story of Johnny Cash, his connection to Folsom Prison, and his epic musical career. The Johnny Cash Trail features art selected by a committee that included, a 2-acre (0.81 ha) Legacy Park, and over 3 miles (4.8 km) of multiuse class-I bike trail. The artists responsible for the sculptures are Sacramento-based Romo Studios, LLC and the Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt Amrany, from Illinois.In 2015, a new species of black was identified near Folsom Prison and named in his honor.In 2016, the team added the 'Country Legends Race' to its between-innings entertainment. At the middle of the fifth inning, people in oversized foam caricature costumes depicting Cash, as well as, and, race around the warning track at from center field to the home plate side of the first base dugout.The Johnny Cash Heritage Festival was held in Dyess, Arkansas, on October 19–21, 2017.
It will build on the music festival held for four years on the Arkansas State University campus in Jonesboro. The festival honors Johnny Cash and explores the New Deal programs that shaped his childhood in Dyess. The festival includes a concert in the field adjacent to the Cash home and Arkansas roots music in the Colony Circle.On February 8, 2018, the album was announced, putting music to poems that Cash had written and which were published in book form in 2016.Johnny Cash's boyhood home in Dyess was listed in the on May 2, 2018, as '.'
The Arkansas Country Music Awards honored Johnny Cash's legacy with the Lifetime Achievement award on June 3, 2018. The ceremony was held that same date, which was a Monday night at the in. The nominations took place in early 2018.In 2019, released a duet with Cash on her song 'Redemption Day' for her final album. Crow, who had originally written and recorded the song in 1996, recorded new vocals and added them to those of Cash, who recorded the song for his album. Portrayals Country singer portrayed Cash in 's 1999 short film I Still Miss Someone.In November 2005, a biographical film about Cash's life, was released in the United States to considerable commercial success and critical acclaim.
The film featured as Johnny (for which he was nominated for the ) and as June (for which she won the ). Phoenix and Witherspoon also won the 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 (with their version of 'Jackson' being released as a single), and Phoenix learned to play guitar for the role. Phoenix received a Grammy Award for his contributions to the soundtrack.
John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny and June, served as an executive producer.On March 12, 2006, a of the Cash oeuvre, debuted on Broadway at the, but closed due to harsh reviews and disappointing sales on April 30., a musical portraying the early Sun recording sessions involving Cash, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins, debuted on Broadway on April 11, 2010. Actor portrayed Cash.
The musical was nominated for three awards at the and won one., veteran pop music critic, the journalist who accompanied Cash in his 1968 Folsom prison tour, and interviewed Cash many times throughout his life including months before his death, published a 688-page biography with 16 pages of photographs in 2013. The meticulously reported biography is said to have filled in the 80% of Cash's life that was unknown, including details about Cash's battles with addiction and infidelity. The book reportedly does not hold back any details about the darker side of Johnny Cash and includes details about his affair with his pregnant wife June Carter's sister. Awards and honors. For detailed lists of music awards, see.Cash received multiple, 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 defined by a single genre. He recorded songs that could be considered, and, and exerted an influence on each of those genres.His diversity was evidenced by his presence in five major music halls of fame: the (1977), the (1980), the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1992), GMA's (2010). And the (2013). Cash was the only country music artist inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a 'performer,' unlike the other country members, who were inducted as 'early influences.'
His contributions to the genre have been recognized by the. Cash received the in 1996 and stated that his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980 was his greatest professional achievement. In 2001, he was awarded the. 'Hurt' was nominated for six VMAs at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
The only VMA the video won was that for Best Cinematography. With the video, Johnny Cash became the oldest artist ever nominated for an MTV Video Music Award., who won Best Video that year for ', said in his acceptance speech: 'This is a travesty! I demand a recount. My grandfather raised me on Johnny Cash, and I think he deserves this more than any of us in here tonight.' Discography. Although Cash's endured over the years, his changed noticeably: 'Through a recording career that stretches back to 1955', Pareles writes, Cash's 'bass-baritone voice has gone from gravelly to grave'.
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