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He died in Nashville Tennessee
In the spring of 1994, Johnny's first album for American Recordings was released and was acclaimed a classic.
In 1993 Jonny Cash signed with American Records
He was inducted into the Country Music, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992
In 1990 Cash rejoined Jennings, Nelson and Kristofferson as the Highwaymen for another album and round of touring.
Early in 1987 he received three multi-platinum records from the R.I.A.A. for previous sales of over 2 million copies of his "Folsom Prison", "San Quentin" and "Greatest Hits" albums.
In 1986 he signed with Mercury Records
In 1986 Jonny Cash was dumbed by Columbia Records after twenty-eight years
His last major country hit came in 1981, with "The Baron."
Premiering in 1969, The Johnny Cash Show aired on ABC.
In October 1965 he was arrested at the El Paso international airport
Rosanne Cash is the only daughter of Jonny Cash
Jonny Cash married Vivian Liberto
On July 3, 1954 Jonny Cash was discharged from the Air Force
In 1954, Cash auditioned as solo artist for Sam Phillips' Sun Records
Jonny Cash was born to Ray and Carrie River Cash in Kingsland, Arkansas