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Founded: b. 1932 d. 2003

Headquarters: Nashville, TN

Website Link(s): Official Site





Member of

  • The Highwaymen
  • The Million Dollar Quartet

Band Biography

Johnny Cash is one of the most important figures in music. Not just country music, but all forms of popular music pay a huge debt to Johnny Cash, both in the sound of the music but in the subject matter and just plain influence. He was one of the big acts signed to Sun (perhaps the most famous after Elvis Presley), and soon jumped to Columbia, where he put out many huge and important singles and albums. He was also repsonsible for giving many other acts their starts, notably The Statler Brothers who used to tour with him and also provide backing vocals for him (that's them on "Daddy Sang Bass" along with June Carter Cash, of course) and Kris Kristofferson (singing his song "Sunday Morning Coming Down", lyrics intact, on his show). He also gave Merle Haggard a boost by having him on his popular TV show after he'd been in prison. Johnny Cash also had great success as an actor and writer. After falling out of favor with the Country Music establishment, he recorded American Recordings with Rick Rubin, which was critically acclaimed, and the followup, Unchained won the Country Grammy, despite being basically left out in the cold by the establishment -- prompting Rick Rubin to place the famous ad in the trade magazine with Johnny Cash flipping the camera off, with a caption thanking the industry for their support. Johnny Cash passed away on Sept. 12, 2003.



  • Johnny Cash Sings With His Hot And Blue Guitar
  • Johnny Cash Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous
  • The Fabulous Johnny Cash
  • Hymns By Johnny Cash
  • Songs Of Our Soil
  • Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams
  • Ride This Train
  • Now, There Was A Song
  • Now Here's Johnny Cash
  • Hymns From The Heart
  • The Sound Of Johnny Cash
  • All Aboard The Blue Train
  • Blood, Sweat, and Tears
  • Ring Of Fire
  • The Christmas Spirit
  • Keep On The Sunny Side
  • Bitter Tears: Ballads Of The American Indian
  • Orange Blossom Special
  • Ballads Of The True West
  • Mean As Hell
  • Everybody Loves A Nut
  • Happiness Is You
  • Johnny Cash & June Carter: Jackson (with June Carter Cash)
  • Carryin' On With Cash And Carter (with June Carter Cash)
  • From Sea To Shining Sea
  • At Folsom Prison]]
  • The Holy Land
  • At San Quentin
  • Johnny Cash
  • Story Songs Of The Trains And Rivers
  • Got Rhythm
  • The Blue Train
  • Johnny Cash: The Legend
  • The Walls Of A Prison
  • Sunday Down South
  • Showtime
  • Hello, I'm Johnny Cash
  • The Singing Storyteller
  • The World Of Johnny Cash
  • The Johnny Cash Show
  • Man In Black
  • Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music
  • Understand Your Man
  • A Thing Called Love
  • Give My Love To Rose
  • America - A 200-Year Salute In Story And Song
  • The Johnny Cash Songbook
  • Christmas: The Johnny Cash Family
  • The Gospel Road
  • Any Old Wind That Blows
  • Johnny Cash And His Woman
  • Sunday Morning Coming Down
  • Ragged Old Flag
  • The Junkie And The Juicehead Minus Me
  • Johnny Cash Sings Precious Memories
  • The Children's Album
  • John R. Cash
  • Johnny Cash At Österåker Prison
  • Look At Them Beans
  • Strawberry Cake
  • One Piece At A Time
  • Destination Victoria Station
  • The Last Gunfighter Ballad
  • The Rambler
  • I Would Like To See You Again
  • Gone Girl
  • A Believer Sings The Truth
  • Rockabilly Blues
  • Classic Christmas
  • The Baron
  • Encore
  • The Survivors
  • The Adventures Of Johnny Cash
  • Johnny 99
  • Songs Of Love And Life
  • I Believe
  • Rainbow
  • Believe In Him
  • Johnny Cash Is Coming To Town
  • Water From The Wells Of Home
  • Boom Chicka Boom
  • The Mystery Of Life
  • Come Along And Ride This Train
  • American Recordings
  • Unchained
  • Just As I Am
  • Rickabilly Blues
  • Return To The Promised Land
  • American III: Solitary Man
  • American IV: The Man Comes Around
  • Unearthed
  • My Mother's Hymn Book
  • Personal File
  • American V: A Hundred Highways



Appears On



  • I Walk The Line
  • Little Fauss And Big Halsy

Mix CDs

Radio Shows

Further Reading

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

The Muppet Show guest star
episode 521

Johnny Cash (1932-2003) was one of the most celebrated and honored country singers of all time. His signature song was "I Walk the Line." His other hits included "Folsom Prison Blues," "Ring of Fire," and "A Boy Named Sue." He was a member of the country supergroup The Highwaymen in the late 1980s, with Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. Cash was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.

In 1980, Cash guest starred in The Muppet Show episode 521.

Sesame Street

Cash was also spoofed on Sesame Street in the early 90s with a Muppet singer named Ronnie Trash, who sang Cash-inspired tunes about the environment.

Kevin Clash tells a story of his later appearance in which the entire cast and crew wore black in tribute to the singer's famous choice in wardrobe.[1]


  1. The Greatest TV Moments: Sesame Street Music A-Z

External links

  • IMDb
  • Johnny Cash - Biographical and Career Information at
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