Johnny Cash

  1. United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
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  • In the early 1980s, one of his clients, Johnny Cash, invited the outgoing Mr. Neal, who never shied from a camera, to appear as a lawyer in the television movie "Murder in Coweta County. James F. Neal, 81; lawyer won courtroom battles against Jimmy Hoffa and Watergate conspirators
  • Johnny Cash was a pioneer in the development of country, rock, and modern gospel music.
  • Around 20 people perform at any one time, covering songs from Johnny Cash to Kylie Minogue.
  • The big worry is that your sons' names will get imperialized by girls, with traumatic consequences as famously described by Johnny Cash. Name Fads
  • He fiercely fought for his artistic freedom, creating the so-called "outlaw" movement - a term he chafed under - that would eventually envelop artists like Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson. The Seattle Times
  • Introducing block rockin 'honky-tonk, New American music for the 21st century, built with love in a little studio, hand crafted, running on inspiration and imagination and duct tape, calling on the spirit of Gram Parsons and Otis Redding and KRS-ONE and Dolly Parton and Nina Simone and Willie Nelson and Missy Elliott and Johnny Cash, to write about what we feel and play what our hearts tell us, because to make it happen is reason enough, and to share it with the world is all the reason you need, because we tell the truth with music and the truth is beautiful. Boing Boing
  • In today's entry Tom mentioned how much he loves the song Ghost Riders in duh Sky and how he prefers Johnny Cash's version. Archive 2004-02-01
  • In this sense he's an heir apparent to iconic figures like Dylan or Johnny Cash.
  • So what's happening to the music once defined by the twang and heartache of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline?
  • The pivotal moment was when Johnny Cash cut Oldham's ‘I See a Darkness’ for his Solitary Man album, inviting Oldham to duet with him.
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