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Acteur dans 38 films

Né(e) le 26 février 1932

Lieu de naissance
Kingsland, Arkansas, U.S.

Mort le 12 septembre 2003 (à 71 ans)

Johnny Cash

Acteur dans

  • In Dreams: The Roy Orbison Story
  • Un Hommage à Johnny Cash
  • Pete Seeger: The Power of Song
  • Johnny Cash  The Last Great American
  • Johnny Cash in San Quentin
  • Five Minutes to Live
  • Murder in Coweta County
  • Dialogue de feu
  • The Highwaymen: On the Road Again
  • Johnny Cash - Live at Montreux 1994
  • The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James
  • Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music
  • The Pride of Jesse Hallam
  • Johnny Cash: A Concert Behind Prison Walls
  • Bob Dylan: The Other Side of the Mirror - Live at the Newport Folk Festival
  • Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
  • Highwaymen: Live
  • My Father And The Man In Black
  • Johnny Cash - Man in Black Live in Denmark
  • Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
  • The Winding Stream
  • North and South, Book I
  • The Night Rider
  • Hootenanny Hoot
  • No Direction Home: Bob Dylan
  • Steve Martin: A Wild and Crazy Guy
  • Johnny Cash Greatest Hits
  • Lost Concerts Series: Presley & Cash: The Road Show
  • Shakespeare Was a Big George Jones Fan: 'Cowboy' Jack Clement's Home Movies
  • Cash for Kenya
  • Johnny Cash - Ridin' the Rails
  • The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash
  • Johnny Cash - Went To Glastonbury
  • Stagecoach
  • The Best of The Johnny Cash TV Show 1969-1971
  • We're Still Here: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited
  • Johnny Cash: American Rebel

A participé à

  • I Walk the Line
  • Walk the Line
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John R. "Johnny" Cash (born J. R. Cash; February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and author, who has been called one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Although he is primarily remembered as a country music artist, his songs and sound spanned many other genres including rockabilly and rock and roll—especially early in his career—as well as blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal led to Cash being inducted in both the Country Music Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Late in his career, Cash covered songs by several rock artists, among them the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails and he covered the synthpop band Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus. Cash was known for his deep, distinctive bass-baritone voice; for the "boom-chicka-boom" freight train sound of his Tennessee Three backing band; for his rebelliousness, coupled with an increasingly somber and humble demeanor; for providing free concerts inside prison walls; and for his dark performance clothing, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black". He traditionally started his concerts by saying, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash." and usually following it up with his standard "Folsom Prison Blues." Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation and redemption. His signature songs include "I Walk the Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "Get Rhythm" and "Man in Black". He also recorded humorous numbers, including "One Piece at a Time" and "A Boy Named Sue"; a duet with his future wife, June Carter, called "Jackson"; as well as railroad songs including "Hey, Porter" and "Rock Island Line". Cash, a devout but troubled Christian, has been characterized as a "lens through which to view American contradictions and challenges." A Biblical scholar, he penned a Christian novel titled Man in White, and he made a spoken word recording of the entire New King James Version of the New Testament. Even so, Cash declared that he was "the biggest sinner of them all", and viewed himself overall as a complicated and contradictory man. Accordingly,[34] Cash is said to have "contained multitudes", and has been deemed "the philosopher-prince of American country music". Description above from the Wikipedia article Johnny Cash, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

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