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Johnny Cash: "Ain't Nothin' Too Weird For Me"

Report and Interview by Michael Lydon, The New York Times, 16 March 1969

  BACKSTAGE AT the Amarillo, Texas, Civic Auditorium, a fresh kid with glasses held out a plastic cup of coffee. ...


Report and Interview by Tom McWilliams, Playdate, May 1971

TALL, BROAD shouldered — Johnny Cash is a big man, bulky with a dignity weightier than his 39 years. Behind his black shirt front the ...

Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, the Carter Family, the Statler Brothers: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Live Review by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 25 September 1971

THE LEGEND that has grown up around Johnny Cash got its first in-person airing in Britain for three years at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on ...

Johnny Cash, Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins: Civic Center, Atlanta GA

Live Review by Gene Guerrero, The Great Speckled Bird, 14 February 1972

Oil Commercials & Falling Idols ...

Johnny Cash, Carter Family, Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Andrew Means, Melody Maker, 7 October 1972

FOR ONE reason or another, Johnny Cash has a rather fearsome image. It's been tempered in recent times by some of the songs he's written ...

Johnny Cash: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, 27 September 1975

Cash — the legend lives on ...

Johnny Cash, The Carter Family: Felt Forum, New York NY

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 15 January 1977

VIEW YORK: Johnny Cash is the John Wayne of American music, a gigantic figure who towers above his country contemporaries when it comes down to ...

The Carter Family: In The Shadow Of Clinch Mountain (Bear Family Records)

Review by Colin Escott, The Journal of Country Music, 2001

WITH ENOUGH PATIENCE and old catalogs, you could probably confirm that at least some Carter Family recordings have been available for almost the entire span ...

The Carter Family: Into The Valley

Retrospective by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, November 2002

FIRST KILL YOUR HOG. SKIN IT, singe off the hairs and leave the hide to soften. Tug it over a round frame, whittle out a ...

America Unfiltered: The World of Old-Time Music

Overview by Geoffrey Himes, American Songwriter, 8 October 2015

RUTH UNGAR understands that a lot of people can't tell the difference between bluegrass and old-time music. Anytime they see a group with a fiddle ...

see also June Carter Cash

see also Maybelle Carter


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