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Folsom Prison Blues

Folsom Prison Blues

  

by Johnny Cash

Video & Audio

Johnny Cash, "Hurt"

Originally by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Cash made the song his own with this striking cover version. Official video.

Johnny Cash Interview from the Appalachians

Sitting in a cabin within the spectacular mountain range, Johnny Cash and Roseanne Cash recount their royal Scottish ancestry and his long singing career. He jokes about how an Irishman came up to him after a show saying that his song "Forty Shades of Green" is actually an Irish folk song, when in reality Cash wrote it. He then sings "Forty Shades of Green" with Roseanne in a touching duet. One of Cash's last interviews before his death.

Johnny Cash Interview for Danish TV

A six-part television interview that goes into his whole career, his songwriting process, and how he sings about "the dark side" of life.

Johnny and June Carter sing Jackson

The happy couple sing their Grammy-winning track together.

Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon: "It Ain't Me Babe"

The stars of Walk the Line sing their rendition of Johnny Cash and June Carter's famous song.

Johnny Cash Live at San Quentin Prison Performing Folsom Prison Blues

Though not the site of his live recording, San Quentin was another famous prison show that Cash did during his tour.

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