Country music won’t be the same without the supergroup that made the greatest hits of all time. When the Highwaymen decided to make music together in 1985, they made history. Their combined talents pulled fans across the globe, making their ...

In 1967, the most iconic country couple Johnny Cash and June Carter, released a version of the iconic duet “Jackson.” Not only did it reach No. 2 on the US Country charts, but it also won a Grammy Award for ...

Thirty-three years ago, Rosanne Cash recorded her rendition of “Tennessee Flat Top Box.”  It was released in 1987 as the third single off her highly successful album King’s Record Shop, and it sailed to the top spot of Billboard Hot ...

The American country music group the Highwaymen – composed of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson – released “Desperados Waiting For A Train” off their debut album Highwayman in 1985. The supergroup’s version reached No. 15 on ...

Johnny Cash knew too well how to hold on to the songs and the people he loved. Among these songs was Bob Dylan’s “One Too Many Mornings,” which he covered numerous times. In 1986, he released a new “One Too ...

Johnny Cash may have cultivated an outlaw image, but he never actually served a prison sentence. His imagination indeed took him to prison in his song “Folsom Prison Blues.” It is one of his earliest songs, which was first recorded ...