Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Johnny Cash Newsletter

Johhn Cash

Attention all Cash fans and fine art collectors -- Sony BMG is proud to present ICON Collectibles, your home for high-quality reproductions of classic photos from our archives. Each month, we feature both legendary and rare photographic prints of the highest quality, available for purchase. You can find out more at and view the Johnny prints available directly on the site.

On the weekend of February 22-24, a very special event will be taking place at the Fender Center in Corona, California, hosted by Bill, Shannon and Blake Miller of and Johnny Cash Radio.

We'd like to invite you to join Johnny's family, friends and associates for a celebration of his birthday at an event like none other!

Join John Carter Cash, Cindy Cash, Johnny's longtime manager Lou Robin, Margie Perkins (widow of the late Luther Perkins) Cash Historian Mark Stielper, Mike Horan of Johnny Cash Radio and Man In Black.Net plus others to be announced for a fantastic party.
You'll be able to attend question and answer sessions with our special guests, mingle with other fans and be entertained and educated. Plus, you'll be able to visit the largest Johnny Cash museum exhibit in the world which features Johnny's instruments, awards, stage costumes, handwritten lyrics, artwork and more.

Events include a book signing and talk by John Carter Cash, a special Q & A with Cindy Cash, a Q & A with Lou Robin, a rare presentation on the Johnny Cash Show ABC TV series by Cash Historian Mark Stielper, a meet and greet with Margie Perkins, who will be unveiling Luther Perkins' guitar, a guitar pull headed up by Mike Horan (bring your guitar!) and the unveiling of the Wall of Gold: the world's largest display of RIAA gold and platinum awards earned by Johnny during his amazing career.

And, a spectacular musical performance by CASHD OUT, plus more!

Availability is limited, so you should reserve your tickets today! Call the Fender Center at 951-735-2440, Ext. 201

We'll see you at the party!

From the summer of 1969 to the final show in March of 1971 (58 episodes in all), The Johnny Cash TV Show not only exposed an American audience to an eclectic array of musical talent, but also helped establish Johnny Cash as a true artist, humanitarian and a larger-than-life legend. The 66 performances contained on this new Best-Of DVD showcase the spectrum of incredible performers that Johnny hand-picked to be on his show, many for their first network appearance. The Best of the Johnny Cash Show is available from Amazon now!

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