Johnny Cash Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Johnny Cash Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Country Singer Johnny Cash including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Johnny Cash
Real Name Johnny Cash
Profession Country Singers
Nick Name John R. “Johnny” Cash
Famous as Singer-Songwriter
Nationality American
Religion Born-Again Christian
Personal life of Johnny Cash
Born on 26 February 1932
Birthday 26th February
Died At Age 71
Sun Sign Pisces
Born in Kingsland, Arkansas, United States
Died on 12 September 2003
Place of death Nashville, Tennessee, United States
City Arkansas
Diseases & Disabilities Parkinson’s Disease
Family Background of Johnny Cash
Father Ray Cash
Mother Carrie Cloveree
Siblings Tommy Cash
Spouses/Partners June Carter Cash (m. 1968-2003),

Vivian Liberto (m. 1954-1966)

Children Rossane cash, John Carter Cash
Awards – Grammy awards 1999

– Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

– Country Music Association award 2001

– National Medal of Arts

Personal Fact of Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash was one of the most prominent American singer-songwriters of the 20th century. Although he was known for his country music, his large gamut of work went on to influence genres like rock and roll, blues, folk, gospel and rockabilly. He is best-remembered for his deep, baritone voice and his meek demeanor, notwithstanding his fame and success which was rife. He earned the nickname, The Man in Black, because he would always wear dark clothing while performing live and sang songs that were based on dark themes, echoing his troubled past and other themes of pathos, lust, oddity, misfortune and redemption.

Some of his well-known works include, I Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Man in Black, Jackson, Hey, Porter, Rock Island Line and A Boy Named Sue. His typical trooping bass songs have influenced the likes of Waylon Jennings, Bono and Bob Dylan. He started his career by recording gospel music and ended it by doing covers for more modern artists such as Nine Inch Nails.


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