Johnny Cash: The Life of an American Icon

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Omnibus, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 406 pages
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Johnny Cash is the only artist to have been elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Songwriters Hall of Fame. His hits include I Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, and A Boy Named Sue. By 1969, he had sold more records than The Beatles. their childhood as well as a look at life on the road with The Johnny Cash Show. The book also includes interviews with Johnny's long-time manager Lou Robin, his producer since the early days Jack Clement, and artists Sandy Kelly, Narvel Felts, George Hamilton IV and V. Miller also carried out research at the Country Music Foundation in Nashville and talked to DJs Bill Black and Dick Barrie.

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User Review  - Sophie Wootton - Goodreads

This is a lengthly and thorough exploration of the life of an American legend. At times it seemed a little too focused on the detail where a little more 'conjecture' may have made it more readable ... Read full review

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User Review  - Seanie Mcnamara - Goodreads

The more I read about Johnny Cash the more I love him. This book is lovingly written, highlighting the great work and wonderful life of one of America's greatest icons. Read full review

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Stephen Miller was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina, where he still maintains his roots. He lives with his wife and son in Vancouver.

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