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  • Aug 9, 1969
    On ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," Cash sings "(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)" with Pat Boone and does "The Last Thing On My Mind" with Diana Trask. Cash also joins series regulars The Carter Family for "Worried Man Blues"
    Aug 12, 1969
    "Johnny Cash At San Quentin" becomes the Man in Black's second live prison album certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America
    Aug 14, 1969
    Johnny Cash picks up a gold single from the RIAA for "A Boy Named Sue"
    Aug 16, 1969
    ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show" features O.C. Smith Jr. and folk singer Melanie, who teams with Cash on "Silver Threads And Golden Needles." Also aboard: regulars Carl Perkins, The Statler Brothers and The Carter Family
    Aug 18, 1969
    Johnny Cash makes his first attempt at recording "Blistered" at Nashville's Columbia Studios
    Aug 20, 1969
    Johnny Cash and June Carter record "If I Were A Carpenter" in Nashville at the Columbia Recording Studios. Cash also cuts "See Ruby Fall"
    Aug 23, 1969
    Lulu guests on "The Johnny Cash Show," singing "Games People Play" with the ABC show's host. Guests also include Chet Atkins and John Hartford, while Cash taps regulars The Statler Brothers for a romp on "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms"
    Aug 23, 1969
    Johnny Cash hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "A Boy Named Sue"
    Aug 30, 1969
    Roger Miller and folk singer Odetta dot the ABC-TV lineup as guests on "The Johnny Cash Show." Cash joins Miller for "King Of The Road" and closes the show with The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers, singing "How Great Thou Art"
    Aug 30, 1969
    Johnny Cash appears on the cover of TV Guide

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