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11 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Dies

Eleven years ago today, country music lost one of its most beloved stars, Johnny Cash. The legendary singer passed away on Sept. 12, 2003, of complications from diabetes. He was 71.

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Johnny Cash Must Have Lost Weight Going Up The Stairs At The 1969 CMA Awards Show

Country Music in 1969 could just as well have been renamed 'Cash Music'. Johnny must have gotten tired picking up his awards.

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New Johnny Cash Exhibit Opens at Museum in Arizona

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, Ariz., has unveiled exhibits honoring Johnny Cash and the Carter Family.

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Justin Bieber Goes Country to Cover Johnny Cash [Watch]

Is Justin Bieber about to go country? It's unlikely, although his cover of Johnny Cash’s ‘Ring of Fire’ may leave some thinking he's saddling up to head to Nashville.

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Johnny Cash’s Youngest Daughter Releasing Book About the Legend

Thanks to Johnny Cash's daughter, fans are able to get glimpse into the country legend's childhood.

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Refurbished Johnny Cash Boyhood Home to Open

Johnny Cash fans have flocked to his childhood home in the Arkansas Delta for decades, but renovations on the modest white house have just been completed.

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New Exhibit Opens at Johnny Cash Museum

One of the most iconic instruments in country music history will be on display at the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville.

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Sheryl Crow Includes Johnny Cash in New ‘Redemption Day’ Video

Nearly two decades after the release of her self-titled album in 1996, Sheryl Crow has released a new video for her song 'Redemption Day.'

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‘The Highwayman’ Could Well Have Been A Glen Campbell Smash Hit

'The Highwayman' by the Highwaymen wasn't supposed to be a hit record for the supergroup. It was meant to be a Glen Campbell hit. Here's the story behind the classic.

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1970 Was The Year We Honored A Very Special Okie. He Was from Muskogee.

1970 might have been the greatest year in the history of Country Music.

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