Johnny Cash

Johnny  Cash

Johnny Cash (1932-2003) was an American legend and country music superstar who was also the author of three books and a declared believer. Cash began singing publicly in the early 1950s while serving in the Air Force. In addition to being the youngest person ever inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, he was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received eleven Grammy Awards during the course of his career. Cash, who was married to June Carter, a country superstar, performed everywhere from Folsom Prison to the White House, hosted his own television show, acted in feature films, and earned the Kennedy Center Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.