Forty-five years ago today (Aug. 21, 1969) was an epic day for Johnny Cash. It was on this day that the singer soared to the top of the charts with his live single, "A Boy Named Sue," from his At San Quentin album.
When football star Peyton Manning celebrates something, he invites all of his famous friends to the party. Dierks Bentley was on hand at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital on Friday night (May 8), and took the stage with the sportsman for a duet of the Johnny Cash classic "Folsom Prison Blues."
When Leonard Nimoypassed away on Friday morning (Feb. 27), he left behind a vast legacy as an actor and director. But the entertainer was significantly lesser-known for a brief stint as a country singer.
Johnny Cash continues to have a huge influence in music even if he is no longer here in body. The spirit of Cash lives on in another generation of singers. I love when my kids or grand kids get turned on to the music of my generation.
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