Walk the Line With Johnny Cash
From Arkansas to Tennessee, from the Country Music to the Rock 'n' Roll Halls of Fame, take a musical journey with the original pioneer of rockabilly, Johnny Cash.
Dyess, ArkansasWhen Cash was young, his family moved to Dyess, AR, where they lived in a 5-room house and farmed on over 20 acres of land. Johnny spent the bulk of the next 15 years working in the fields alongside his parents, brothers and sisters. Located at 4791 CR 924, Dyess, AR 72330. 960 1280
Grand Ole Opry HouseJohnny met his future wife, June Carter, in the 1950s, backstage at the Grand Ole Opry at the Ryman Auditorium while both were part of the Opry cast. After divorcing their respective spouses, Johnny proposed to June during a live performance in London, Ontario, 13 years after first meeting. 960 1280
Montego Bay, JamaicaA look at the Cinnamon Hill Great House in Montego Bay, Jamaica, that was purchased by Johnny Cash and June Carter in the 1970s. It was at this very house that Johnny and his guests were robbed and threatened before giving up $50,000 cash and jewelry among other valuables. 960 1280
Adam at BonnarooAdam Richman gets his hands on some glow-in-the-dark gloves, so he can enjoy the nighttime festivities in style. At Bonnaroo, the music starts around noon, but it continues well into the night, sometimes past 4 a.m. 960 1280
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