johnny cash

Johnny Cash’s Kids to Neo-Nazi Wearing His T-Shirt: Our Dad Would Be “Horrified” By You

A participant in this past weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville was photographed in a Johnny Cash t-shirt, and at some point, someone passed said…
Andy Cush / August 17, 2017

Chris Cornell to Appear on New Album Featuring Johnny Cash’s Poetry

A new Johnny Cash tribute album will feature another posthumous release of new music from Chris Cornell. Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music is produced by…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 21, 2017

California State Assemblymember Responds to Budget With Spotify Playlist

Randy Voepel represents California's 71st Assembly district and roped in Jamie Foxx, the Rolling Stones and Justin Bieber to help make his statement.
Colin Stutz / May 13, 2017

Bob Wootton, Longtime Guitarist for Johnny Cash, Dies at 75

Robert "Bob" Wootton, the guitarist best-known as a member of Johnny Cash's band the Tennessee Three, died this past Sunday, April 9, at age 75, Rolling…
Anna Gaca / April 14, 2017

Bob Johnston, Producer of Classic Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash Albums, Has Died

Bob Johnston, producer of many classic albums from the 1960s and beyond, has died. The Austin Chronicle reports that Johnston had been in hospice care…
Andrew Unterberger / August 16, 2015

Johnny Cash’s Home May Become a Rehab Center Because of a Bee Gee

The former Tennessee home of Johnny and June Carter Cash has fallen into the hands of new owners who have plans to convert the property…
Olivia Forman / July 31, 2014

Johnny Cash’s Great-Niece Found Stabbed to Death

Sad news out of Tennessee: The Associated Press reports that Johnny Cash's great-niece, Courtney Cash, was found stabbed to death yesterday morning and stuffed into…
Mike Ayers / March 21, 2014

Johnny Cash’s ‘She Used to Love Me a Lot’ Video Calls Out Inequality

Johnny Cash was a true man of the people, an attitude he summed up in the lyric "I wear the black for the poor and…
Dan Reilly / March 12, 2014

Elvis Costello Remixes Johnny Cash’s Lost Song ‘She Used to Love Me a Lot’

With Johnny Cash's "lost" '80s album Out Among the Stars finally set to see the light of day, Legacy Recordings has an extra treat for…
Dan Reilly / March 4, 2014

Lost Johnny Cash Album ‘Out Among the Stars’ Due in 2014

On March 25, we'll get a never-before-heard Johnny Cash album culled from early '80s sessions with Country Music Hall of Famer Bill Sherrill. In the…
Chris Martins / December 10, 2013

Johnny Cash Turned Down ‘The Gambler,’ and Other Revelations from His New Bio

During his 35 years as chief music critic at the Los Angeles Times, Robert Hilburn stood just off to the side for some of music's…
David Marchese / October 23, 2013

‘Cowboy’ Jack Clement, Legendary Country Producer, Dead at 82

"Cowboy" Jack Clement, a legendary Nashville producer, singer, and songwriter, succumbed to cancer today at age 82, according to the Tennessean.  The Country Music Hall…
Marc Hogan / August 8, 2013

Stream Chance Martin’s Otherworldly ‘In Search,’ a Countrydelic Masterpiece

Chance Martin worked as right-hand man to Johnny Cash throughout the 1970s, serving as the Man in Black's stage manager and lighting designer. But in…
Kyle McGovern / July 9, 2013

Third Man Faithfully Reissues Sun Records Classics From Johnny Cash and More

Jack White's Third Man Records — the label that recently brought you a golden Great Gatsby vinyl and a vintage pop-up recording booth — is now…
Kyle McGovern / May 14, 2013

Johnny Cash Now Lickable Via Commemorative U.S. Postage Stamp

Johnny Cash will soon share a prestigious honor with Abraham Lincoln, Malcolm X, and Dr. Seuss: He's getting his own stamp. The NME reports (via…
Kyle McGovern / January 31, 2013
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