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  • Mar 14, 1960
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's double-sided hit "Seasons Of My Heart" backed with "Smiling Bill McCall"
    Mar 26, 1960
    The Browns perform "The Old Lamplighter" on ABC's "The Dick Clark Show," also featuring Johnny Cash, Bobby Darin and The Coasters
    May 12, 1960
    "The Ford Show," starring Tennessee Ernie Ford and Molly Bee, welcomes guests Johnny Cash and Homer & Jethro
    Jun 6, 1960
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Second Honeymoon"
    Aug 5, 1960
    Drummer W.S. "Fluke" Holland joins Johnny Cash's band for a show at the Three Rivers Club near Syracuse, New York. He becomes a permanent member, and the Tennessee Two becomes the Tennessee Three
    Nov 2, 1960
    Johnny Cash takes his first crack at recording the theme to the movie "Five Minutes To Live" in Nashville. The film is later retitled "Door-To-Door Maniac"
    Nov 5, 1960
    Johnny Cash records the title track to the B-movie "Five Minutes To Live" in Nashville. Following the session, he travels to Shreveport to console Billie Jean Horton after Johnny Horton died in a car accident
    Nov 8, 1960
    Johnny Horton is buried in Bossier City, Louisiana. Johnny Cash reads John 20 at Rose-Neath Chapel during the funeral, also attended by record producer Don Law, singer/songwriter Merle Kilgore, Tillman Franks and Jimmie Davis
    Nov 14, 1960
    Billboard reports Johnny Cash has purchased a stable of racehorses, including one named I Walk The Line
    Dec 10, 1960
    Sun releases Johnny Cash's remake of Don Gibson's "Oh Lonesome Me"

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