Johnny Cash remains one of the most recognizable artists in the world. Starting in 1956, he released an album every year until his death in 2003. In addition to these albums, there were also some posthumous releases in the years after his death. From rockabilly to country, folk to comedy, gospel to classical, the prolific Cash touched them all. His hit singles crossed over from country to pop, as he transcended genres and became a superstar around the globe. Cash skyrocketed from the beginning, flying through the 60s until he was one of the countrys biggest stars by the end of the decade. Following his own muse through the 70s, Cash slowly faded commercially until he nearly disappeared in the 80s. Instead of giving up, he made an incredible late-career run in the 90s that took him into the new millennium, along the way collaborating with various contemporary rock and pop artists. His offstage problems often overshadowed the music, and his addiction often takes center stage in the story, pushing the music off the page. But Johnny Cash FAQ celebrates the musical genius of Cash and takes a look at every album Cash released, the stories behind the hits, and how he sustained a fantastic nearly 50-year career.
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C. ERIC BANISTER is a freelance music journalist who has been a fan of Johnny Cash for as long as he can remember. He runs the website Music Tomes, where he interviews other music journalists and reviews books about music and musicians.
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