- Walk the Line soundtrack (Wind-Up, 2005)
Articles and Interviews
Any filmmaker who chooses to condense the colorful life and adventurous times of a larger-than-life historical figure into the cramped confines of a two-hour movie is begging for a thorough caning from film critics and historians alike if the project is botched. Surely that must have occurred to director James Mangold over the past half decade as he desperately attempted to wrestle the irresistible love story of Johnny Cash and June Carter into "Walk the Line." ...
Sickness seemed to be robbing Johnny Cash of his music making abilities. Bouts in the hospital left him weak, appearing not to be in the best of health. Concert appearances became a few guest appearances for wife June Carter Cash's shows. But while the Man in Black has had his share of such problems, he was and is far from down and out. Far from it as evidenced by "American III: Solitary Man," his third album with producer Rick Rubin, released by American Recordings through Sony in October. ...
Editorials and Country Musings
When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. Somehow it seemed ironic this week in seeing newcomer Josh Thompson, whose debut CD drops ...
Johnny Cash was a great musical icon, not just a country music legend. But his later career was not going so well until rap/metal producer Rick Rubin took over the production chores about 10 years ago. The result was a series of superb albums culminating in last fall's five-CD boxed set of even more outstanding works from the Man in Black only a few months after his death. Despite the acclaim, great album reviews and awards received by Cash, that did not translate into airplay on country radio stations. ...
The words "legend" and "legendary" often seems overused and trite. Few people truly seem worthy of the attributions. But how else to describe the man who started his shows with the simple "Hello I'm Johnny Cash"? He most definitely was a musical legend not only in his own time, but also for all times to come. Of course, the story of Johnny Cash is a colorful one, starting out in the cotton fields of Arkansas, joining the military and eventually making a go of it thanks in part to Sam Phillips in Memphis with folks like Elvis nearby. ...
- Cash drummer dies at 85 (Sep 2020)
- Dylan, Cash recordings resurface (Sep 2019)
- Cash property goes on market (Nov 2016)
- Cash, Dylan producer Bob Johnston dies (Aug 2015)
- Cash leads country chart (Apr 2014)
- Cash (yes, Johnny Cash), Niemann release new music (Mar 2014)
- Nelson, Bentley head Cash Music Fest line-up (Jul 2012)
- Cash, Flatts dish out new music (Apr 2012)
- Cash birthday tribute concert draws Chesney, Kristofferson, Johnson (Feb 2012)
- Johnny Cash Birthday Tribute coming Sunday (Feb 2012)
- Cash bassist Marshall Grant dies (Aug 2011)
- Lady Gaga takes Grammy over Cash (Feb 2011)
- Early Johnny Cash recordings coming soon (Dec 2010)
- Cash to join Gospel Hall of Fame (Nov 2010)
- Johnny Cash visual tribute launches on line (Apr 2010)
- Cash sells 54K, but not enough to top Lady A (Mar 2010)
- Johnny Cash's final "American" CD coming in February (Jan 2010)
- New Johnny Cash CD on the horizon? (Dec 2009)
- Cash live recording goes on eBay (Mar 2009)
- Johnny Cash, Gene Watson receive hall of fame treatment (Sep 2008)
- Johnny Cash's "At Folsom Prison" gets deluxe treatment (Sep 2008)
- Rosanne Cash headlines Johnny Cash Flower Pickin' Fest (Aug 2008)
- Johnny Cash meets Snoop Dog in Johnny Cash Remix (Jul 2008)
- Johnny Cash Folsom Prison tribute show cancelled (Jan 2008)
- Fire destroys home of Johnny Cash (Apr 2007)
- Johnny Cash, Brad Paisley continue at top of charts (Jul 2006)
- Johnny Cash and Brad Paisley top charts (Jul 2006)
- Johnny Cash to debut at number one (Jul 2006)
- More music from Johnny Cash (May 2006)