May 29, 2015
I Would Like To See You Again is the 57th album by the one and only Johnny Cash. It was released on Columbia Records in 1978 and features two duets with Waylon Jennings.
We’re massive fans of Mr. Cash, but this is by far one of our favourite records.
Take a look back over the years to see which songs were in the Top 10 on the Official UK Chart this week…Read more
This November 13, Sony Legacy presents ‘Johnny Cash & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’. A collection of The Man In Black’s finest tunes, backed by the famous Philharmonic.Read more
Originally appearing on Johnny Cash’s 1969 album, ‘At San Quentin’, this song was written by humorist and poet Shel Silverstein.Read more
History-making meetings, career-defining releases, epoch-engendering live shows and more – it’s This Week In Rock…Read more
Premiering on YouTube originals on November 11, ‘The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash’ brings out the man from behind the legend. The accompanying soundtrack is out now.Read more
Many happy returns, legendary performances and landmark releases. It’s this week in rock…Read more
One of the most powerful music videos of all time, ‘Hurt’ was shot just seven months before Johnny Cash’s passing in 2003.Read more
“I always knew Johnny Cash had my back.”
We asked for the times the Man In Black got you through. Here are your Johnny Cash Love Stories.Read more
In Johnny Cash’s hands, any song was a potent force. His own compositions, of course, were the most powerful items in his repertoire, but the Man In Black also worked with traditional folk songs and, occasionally, the work of other contemporary musicians.Read more