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    Though he came from humble beginnings, Johnny Cash, born J.R. Cash, rose above his many failures to become a true American success story and living legend. Johnny Cash once said, “You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don't try to forget the mistakes, but you don't dwell on it. You don't let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.” Using this philosophy, Johnny Cash rose to become one of the greatest country music artists of all time. "Feb. 26, 1932, J.R. Cash is born in the town of Kingsland, Cleveland County, Arkansas, to Ray Cash, a farmer, and Carrie Rivers Cash, who takes the family guitar on their travels." (www.johnnycash.com) At the age of three, his father Ray moved his family to Dyess Colony, Arkansas, for a new farming program at the beginning of the Great Depression. The whole family worked together…

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    Johnny Cash Thesis

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    June and Johnny Cash June and Johnny Cash are some of the most famous singers during their time. They had written many songs together such as one of their most famous "I Walk the Line" and "Ring of Fire". Their love story had made it to theaters; the movie was called Walk the Line. Even though they had tough times while married to each other they had shown that they were always there for each other. Throughout this paper we will get to know June and Johnny separate as well as a married couple…

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    The Man in Black “Sometimes I am two people. Johnny is the nice one. Cash causes all the trouble. They fight.” An individual can impact society in a positive or possibly negative manner and Johnny Cash definitely had an impactful life. He was born into a poor, nominal, farming family and had close to nothing during his boyhood. Now, he is know as the father of modern country music. He unquestionably had a rough childhood and his music surely inspired many. Although, he had a great career he, no…

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    Johnny Cash inspires me to follow my one of my many dreams of becoming a country music star. His life story is the embodiment of the “American Dream” by, starting out as a poor farmer boy and then, becoming a country music star. He made a galore of mistakes but, he managed to grow from them and be a better man. Cash wrote songs about his experiences and what they taught him. For example, the song, I Walk the Line, was about Cash being brave and taking care of other people before anyone else…

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    Johnny R Cash was born on February 26, 1932, in Kingsland, Arkansas. Or mainly known as “The Man In Black”. Johnny Cash was very famous for what he loved to do. Growing up for the Cash’s wasn’t very easy. However, his mother kept their spirits high with her singing. J.R. got his talent from being around his musical family. Many times his mother and sister sung in the cotton fields to pass the time. Being one of seven sibling’s, at the age of three him and his family moved to Dyess, Arkansas.…

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    Johnny Cash Analysis

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    Finally finding an escape from his distraught childhood, Cash threw himself out into the social life, confident to find peace once again. After roller skating one afternoon July of 1951, Johnny Cash has no idea that he would propose to his date, three short years later. During the time Cash was overseas serving in the Air Force, they compiled multiple love notes, once returned, he established his singing career although his newborn remained at home, finally, exposing his rocky relationship with…

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    “Success is having to worry about everything in the world, except money”-Johnny Cash. Cash is a singer/songwriter and also a guitarist that was very famous from the mid 1900’s to the 2000’s. He also happens to be an actor that has been in many western films and is also an author. Johnny Cash first developed his love for music at the early age of twelve. As a young boy Johnny had the influence of music all around him. From his mom humming a song while making dinner, to listening to someone…

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    Johnny Cash Biography

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    Johnny Cash was a world-renowned singer/songwriter of country music. The couple settled in Memphis, Tennessee, where Cash took radio broadcasting classes at Keegan’s School of Broadcasting and worked as an appliance salesman for the Home Equipment Company. In Memphis, Cash met bass player Marshall Grant and guitarist Luther Perkins. In mid-1956, Cash left Louisiana Hayride to perform on the Grand Ole Opry, but his stint on the Opry was short because Cash preferred not to appear in Nashville…

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    Down” Lyric Analysis Johnny Cash’s “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” is a song about God bringing justice to those who have not followed His will. The song displays the judgement of God upon those who are sinners and are offenders of the commandments. Johnny Cash sings this song as a message to those who believe God’s will can be ignored, and by doing so is spreading the message that our actions are seen by God and he will act accordingly. Throughout the song, Cash used many different techniques…

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    Johnny cash Born: Johnny cash was born on February 26 in 1932 in Kingsland. He has six siblings he had five older siblings and one younger sibling. Early year: Johnny cash was not born with that name, he was born whit the name J.R cash. When Cash enlisted in the United States Air Force, he was not permitted to use initials as a first name, so he changed his name to John R. Cash. In May 1935 the cash family moved to Dyess. In Dyess he started to work on a cotton field in the ages of five. On…

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