Johnny Cash passes away at 71

Perhaps the most widely recognized voice in country music, Cash recorded more than 1,500 songs, which appeared on nearly 500 albums. His career

spanned more than four decades with trademark hits like “A Boy Named

Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues, “Ring of Fire” and “I Walk the Line.”

While Cash has long had one of the premiere voices in country music, his success crossed well over onto the pop scene. He had 48 singles on

Billboard’s pop charts, rivaling both The Rolling Stones and The Beach



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