Mark Linkous covers Johnny Cash for MOJO Magazine.
Inspired by Totale’s excellent write-up of Badfinger, Phil steps up with a look back at a staple of the country soul set.
I read about this 1970 clip in the most recent music issue of the Oxford American in a great article by Charles Wolfe called Country Music in Black and White: Then Cash himself, cracking a rare grin, moved in and sat and talked with him about Jimmie Rodgers, one of Cash’s heroes. Yes, Satchmo remembered … Continue reading Louis Armstrong on the Johnny Cash Show
Lee Hartsfeld, a collector of rare music, calls out Johnny Cash for referring to a 1956 hymnal as “old” and claims that My Mother’s Hymn Book is “a feast for the cliche-hungry” and “just awful.”
Johnny Cash’s Vault Opens – Revelatory, stripped-down tapes from the early 1970s discovered in archive: “Personal File delivers a Cash even his most devoted fans have never heard before: at the height of his career and vocal power, telling the story of his life in music, as if he were sitting across from you.”
Sotheby’s is selling a bunch of amazing stuff from the estate of June Carter and Johnny Cash.
Johnny Cash’s mugshot from a 1965 drug bust.
Rick Rubin on Cash’s Legacy – discusses upcoming box set.
An obituary for Johnny Cash written by Jake Brown back in November 2002 and originally published in Doog Magazine.
Johnny Cash to release 5-disc collection of outtakes from his American recordings! Wow.