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  • Apr 16, 1969
    Johnny Cash performs "Folsom Prison Blues" on NBC-TV's "The Kraft Music Hall." Other guests include The Statler Brothers, who sing "Flowers On The Wall"; and Carl Perkins, who does "Restless"; plus Paul Lynde and Kate Smith
    Apr 23, 1969
    Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues" and duets with June Carter on "Jackson" during CBS-TV's "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." They're joined on the show by John Hartford, Vikki Carr and comedian Bob Newhart
    May 1, 1969
    Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan tape the first installment of "The Johnny Cash Show" at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. In the audience: future singer/songwriter John Hiatt
    May 4, 1969
    Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Jr. gross $93,000, drawing 23,000 ticket-buyers for two shows at Detroit's Cobo Arena. It is recognized as the highest gross in history for a country show in one day at the time
    Jun 7, 1969
    ABC-TV airs the first episode of "The Johnny Cash Show," with guest Bob Dylan joining the Man In Black on "Girl From The North Country." Also appearing: Doug Kershaw and Joni Mitchell, who duets with Cash on "I Still Miss Someone"
    Jun 9, 1969
    Columbia releases "Johnny Cash At San Quentin"
    Jun 14, 1969
    Dan Blocker and Joey Scarborough sing "Folsom Prison Blues" with the Man in Black during the second episode of ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." Also appearing are The Carter Family, The Statler Brothers and Gordon Lightfoot, who duets with Cash on "For Lovin' Me"
    Jun 21, 1969
    "The Johnny Cash Show" welcomes Linda Ronstadt, who performs "I Never Will Marry" with the Man In Black. Jerry Reed, The Statler Brothers and The Carter Family also appear on the ABC telecast, and Cash joins Eddie Albert for a mash-up of "Detroit City" and "Sloop John B"
    Jul 2, 1969
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue"
    Jul 5, 1969
    The Man In Black is joined by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Minnie Pearl, Doug McClure, The Statler Brothers and The Cowsills on his ABC-TV program "The Johnny Cash Show." Cash's in-laws, The Carter Family, sing "Keep On The Sunny Side" with their host

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