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  • Sep 23, 1969
    ABC-TV announces that the summer replacement series, "The Johnny Cash Show," will be picked up as a winter replacement. Taped at the Ryman Auditorium, the program is the first Nashville-based regular series to air on network TV
    Sep 27, 1969
    "The Johnny Cash Show" features Creedence Clearwater Revival and Cash's Tennessee neighbor Roy Orbison, who sings "Crying" and duets with Cash on "Oh, Pretty Woman."  Cash also performs "Folsom Prison Blues," "This Land Is Your Land" and "Flesh And Blood," and joins his wife, June Carter, on "Jackson"
    Sep 27, 1969
    Johnny Cash sells out a show at Los Angeles' heralded Hollywood Bowl. The event features his usual support troop: The Carter Family, The Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins and June Carter, making her final live appearance before delivering a child in March
    Oct 4, 1969
    Johnny Cash and Kenny Rogers & The First Edition are featured in NBC's guest lineup on "The Andy Williams Show"
    Oct 6, 1969
    Johnny Cash arrives in Atlanta to begin filming "The Trail Of Tears," a PBS special about the treatment of Georgia's Cherokee nation. Cash has Cherokee heritage
    Oct 12, 1969
    Johnny Cash is pegged six times and Glen Campbell is nominated five as the finalists are announced in Nashville for the Country Music Association awards. Charley Pride's name appears on the list four times
    Oct 15, 1969
    Johnny Cash wins a record-setting five times during the third annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. He takes home Entertainer and Male Vocalist; Album, for "Johnny Cash At San Quentin"; Single, for "A Boy Named Sue"; and Vocal Group, with June Carter
    Oct 17, 1969
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's single "Blistered" backed with "See Ruby Fall"
    Oct 29, 1969
    Johnny Cash performs "See Ruby Fall" on CBS-TV's prime-time show "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." The episode also has Linda Ronstadt covering Bob Dylan's "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"
    Nov 3, 1969
    Johnny Cash sings "Blistered" and "See Ruby Fall" on the ABC-TV show "The Music Scene." Among the episode's other performances: Della Reese doing "MacArthur Park," Bobby Sherman singing "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" and R.B. Greaves with "Take A Letter Maria"

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