Knowledge Identifier: +Johnny_Cash
In March 1935, when Cash was three years old, the family settled in Dyess, Arkansas
Maybelle Carter - Maybelle and her daughters toured during the 1950s and 1960s as "Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters" but after the death of A. P. Carter in 1960 the group revived the name "The Carter Family", frequently touring with Johnny Cash ; the group were regular performers on Cash's weekly network variety show from 1969-71
James Burton - Since the 1950s, Burton has recorded and performed with an array of notable singers, including Bob Luman, Dale Hawkins, Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Merle_Haggard, Glen Campbell, John Denver, Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Judy Collins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Claude King, Elvis Costello, Joe Osborn, Roy Orbison, Joni Mitchell, Vince Gill, Suzi Quatro and Allen "Puddler" Harris
Carl Perkins - Sun issued more Perkins songs in 1956: "Boppin' the Blues"/"All Mama's Children" , the B side co-written with Johnny Cash, "Dixie Fried"/"I'm Sorry, I'm Not Sorry"
Carl Perkins - He released "That's Right", co-written with Johnny Cash, backed with the ballad "Forever Yours", as Sun single 274 in August, 1957
Jack Clement - In 1957, Clement wrote the song "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" that became a crossover hit for Johnny Cash
Cash had met with Dylan in the mid 1960s and became closer friends when they were neighbors in the late 1960s in Woodstock, New York
Owsley Stanley - In addition to his large archive of Dead performances, Stanley made numerous live recordings of other leading 1960s and 1970s artists appearing in San Francisco, including Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jefferson Airplane, early Jefferson Starship, Old and In The Way, Janis Joplin, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Taj Mahal, Santana, Miles Davis, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash, Blue Cheer , and many others
John D. Loudermilk - Working out of country music capital Nashville, Tennessee, Tennessee, Loudermilk became one of the most productive songwriters of the 1960s and 1970s, penning country and pop music hits for the Everly Brothers, Johnny Tillotson, Chet Atkins, The Nashville, Tennessee Teens, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Johnny Cash, Marianne_Faithfull, Stonewall Jackson, Sue Thompson and others
Cay Forrester - Forrester went on to write and co-star in the 1961 thriller "Door-to-Door Maniac", notable for the rare big-screen appearance of Johnny Cash
Bill McElhiney - Johnny Cash was inspired to add horns "Ring of Fire" after hearing Bob Moore's 1962 instrumental hit "Mexico" which featured the twin trumpets of Bill McElhiney and Carl Garvin
Patsy Cline - She was so respected by men in the industry, that rather than being introduced to audiences as Pretty Miss Patsy Cline as her female contemporaries often were, she was given a more stately introduction such as that given by Johnny Cash on their 1962 tour together: Ladies and Gentlemen, The One and Only - Patsy Cline.
Peter La Farge - He died from a probable overdose of Thorazine a sleeper Johnny Cash introduced to him at The Bitter End, a club they visited with Ed McCurdy, after meeting in May 1962 at the Carnegie Hall
Ring of Fire (song) - The song was recorded on March 25, 1963, and became the biggest hit of Johnny Cash's career, staying at number one on the charts for seven weeks
Billy Roberts - The group toured the West Coast, playing supper clubs and summer concert touring around Seattle and Vancouver, BC. On New Years Day 1965, they participated in a huge entertainment event at San Quentin Penitentiary with Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan, Johnny Cash, a Mariachi Band and hula dancers
Jackson (song) - It is best known from two 1967 releases: a pop hit single by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood and a country hit single by Johnny Cash and June Carter, which has become more appreciated by non-country audiences in recent years as a result of Cash's continued popularity and its use in the 2011 film "The Help"
According to longtime friend Marshall Grant, Cash's 1968 rebirth experience did not result in his completely stopping use of amphetamines
Walk the Line - In 1968, an audience of inmates at Folsom State Prison cheer for Johnny Cash's band as he waits backstage near a table saw, reminding him of his early life
Glen Sherley - On January 12, 1968 a copy of this recording made its way into the hands of Johnny Cash by way of a Folsom minister who was a friend of Cash's, the night before he was due to appear in concert at Folsom
At San Quentin - "'At San Quentin"' is the 31st overall album by Johnny Cash recorded live at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 1969 and released on June 4 of that same year
Bob Dylan - In May 1969, Dylan appeared on the first episode of Johnny Cash's new television show, duetting with Cash on "Girl from the North Country", "I Threw It All Away" and "Living the Blues"
By the early 1970s, he had crystallized his public image as "The Man in Black"
The Everly Brothers - In 1970, they were the summer replacement hosts for Johnny Cash's television show
Pi O - O. was inspired to start writing poetry in 1970 when he heard Johnny Cash reciting poetry while tuning his guitar
Cass Elliot - She was a regular guest on TV talk shows and variety shows in the 1970s, including "The Julie Andrews Hour", "The Mike Douglas Show", "The Andy Williams Show", "Hollywood Squares", "The Johnny Cash Show", "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour", and "The Carol Burnett Show" and was a guest panelist for a week on the game show "Match Game '73"
Man in Black (song) - "'Man in Black"'" is a protest song written and recorded by singer-songwriter Johnny Cash, originally released on his 1971 album of the same name
In addition to his performances at U.S. prisons, Cash performed at the Österåker Prison in Sweden in 1972
Jeff Moss - Moss wrote the song "Nasty Dan", which Johnny Cash sang when he appeared on "Sesame Street"; it later appeared on the 1975 "The Johnny Cash Children's Album"
Jan Howard - In 1976 she began appearing with Johnny Cash's touring show, performing as a soloist and as a backup member of the Carter Family, until being fired by Cash in 1980
Luther Perkins - In 1980, Perkins's daughters from his first marriage filed suit against Johnny Cash for embezzling funds that were to have provided retirement income for Perkins
Kris Kristofferson - In 1986, he starred in "The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James" with Johnny Cash
Carlene Carter - In 1987, Carlene Carter joined with the singing trio The Carter Sisters, consisting of her mother June Carter Cash and June's sisters Helen and Anita Carter in a revived version of The Carter Family, and were featured on a 1987 television episode of Austin City Limits along with Carter's stepfather Johnny Cash
At a hospital visit in 1988, this time to watch over Waylon Jennings , Jennings suggested that Cash have himself checked into the hospital for his own heart condition
Marc Riley - In 1988, he co-produced a Johnny Cash tribute album, "Til Things are Brighter", to raise funds for the Terrence Higgins Trust
Cash managed to stay off drugs for several years, but by 1989, he was dependent again and entered Nashville, Tennessee 's Cumberland Heights Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Petty has released critically acclaimed solo albums, the first of which was 1989's "Full Moon Fever" which included his signature tune, "Free Fallin'" as well as "I Won't Back Down", later covered by Johnny Cash, and "Runnin' Down a Dream and Gene Clark's Byrds classic "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better" - the album's only cover song
He recorded "Johnny Cash Reads The Complete New Testament" in 1990
Steve Cropper - In 1992, Booker T. & the M.G.'s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Cropper appeared with a new line-up of the group for the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary concert, on October 1992 at Madison Square Garden, performing songs by and backing Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Chrissie Hynde, Sinéad O'Connor, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young
In 1993, he sang "The Wanderer" on U2's album "Zooropa"
Glastonbury Festival - Cash wrote that his reception at the 1994 Glastonbury Festival was one of the highlights of his career
Glen Sherley - In an interview with "Life Magazine" in 1994 titled "Country Rocks The Country", Johnny Cash said:
Mark Collie - In 1998, Collie appeared as Johnny Cash in the short film "I Still Miss Someone", in which he co-wrote the screenplay with the film's director John Lloyd Miller
Rodney Crowell - Many songs on the album were semi-autobiographical, and the album included a duet Crowell had recorded and released as a single in 1998 with his ex father-in-law Johnny Cash, "I Walk the Line "
Neil Diamond - In 2000, Johnny Cash recorded the album Solitary Man, which included that Diamond classic.
Nick Cave - In 2000, one of Cave's heroes, Johnny Cash, covered Cave's "The Mercy Seat" on the album "American III: Solitary Man", seemingly repaying Cave for the compliment he paid by covering Cash's "The Singer" on his "Kicking Against the Pricks" album
Billy Bob Thornton - Thornton recorded a cover of the Johnny Cash classic "Ring of Fire" for the "Oxford American" magazine's Southern Music CD in 2001
Hank Williams - He was ranked second in CMT's 40 Greatest Men of Country Music in 2003, behind only Johnny Cash
Jack Clement - Clement performed "Guess Things Happen That Way" on the Johnny Cash Memorial Tribute show on CMT in November 2003
Maybelle Carter - In 2005, she was portrayed by Sandra Ellis Lafferty in the Johnny Cash biopic "Walk the Line"
Luther Perkins - In "Walk The Line", the 2005 biopic of Johnny Cash, Perkins is portrayed by Dan John Miller
Carl Perkins - Perkins was portrayed by Johnny Saint Holiday in the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic "Walk the Line"
Tony Kaye (director) - He won a Grammy in 2006 for the famous Johnny Cash video "God's Gonna Cut You Down" with cameo appearances by Bono, Johnny Depp, Kanye West, Patti Smith, Terrence Howard, Iggy Pop, The Dixie Chicks, Brian Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Keith Richards, Chris Martin, Sharon Stone, Lisa Marie Presley, Flea, Chris Rock, Justin Timberlake, Kate Moss, Peter Blake, Sheryl Crow, Dennis Hopper, Mick Jones, Jay-Z, Kris Kristofferson, Owen Wilson, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Amy Lee
Lisa Marie Presley - In 2006 Presley was asked to take part in a video of Johnny Cash's "God's Gonna Cut You Down"
Barbara Mandrell - Time-Life recently released a DVD collection called "The Best of Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters" on May 1, 2007, which features more than 40 guest musical performances including country superstars Johnny Cash, Alabama, Marty Robbins, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, The Statler Brothers, Ray Charles, John Schneider, Glen Campbell and many more, as well as comedy legend Bob Hope
Rosanne Cash - Rosanne hosted the first and second annual Johnny Cash Music Festivals in 2011 and 2012
Glen Murphy - Murphy has a production company, Omerta Films, and has two films in development for 2013 and two at script level for 2014 and has finished production on "Lost in Italy" and has started pre production with his next feature "Sabini" and a stage play is being written for him to play Johnny Cash, to tour UK this year
A further posthumous album, "Out Among the Stars", was released by Legacy Recordings in March 2014, consisting of previously unreleased recordings made for Columbia in the early 1980s that had only been rediscovered by John Carter Cash in 2012; the collection includes two previously unreleased duets with June Carter Cash as well as recordings featuring duet vocals by also-now-deceased performers Minnie Pearl and Waylon Jennings
June Carter Cash - Due to her involvement in providing backing vocals on many of her husband's recordings, a further posthumous release occurred in 2014 when "Out Among the Stars" was released under Johnny Cash's name
Glen Murphy - Murphy has a production company, Omerta Films, and has two films in development for 2014 and two at script level for 2015 and has finished production on "Lost in Italy" and has started pre production with his next feature "Sabini" and a stage play is being written for him to play Johnny Cash, to tour UK next year
Glen Murphy - Murphy has a production company, Omerta Films, and has two films in development and two at script level for 2015 and has finished production on "Lost in Italy" and has started pre production with his next feature "Sabini" and a stage play is being written for him to play Johnny Cash, to tour UK next year
In 2016, the Nashville Sounds minor league baseball team added the "Country Legends Race" to its between-innings entertainment
The Johnny Cash Heritage Festival will be held in Dyess, Arkansas on October 19-21, 2017
In 2019, Sheryl Crow released a duet with Cash on her song "Redemption Day" for her final album "Threads"