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  • Feb 26, 1971
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Man In Black"
    Mar 3, 1971
    "The Johnny Cash Show" carries a circus theme, with performances of "Old Shep" and "The Big Rock Candy Mountain" on the set list. Cash also gathers The Statler Brothers and The Carter Family for "Jesus Loves Me"
    Mar 10, 1971
    Johnny Cash & June Carter serve up "It Ain't Me, Babe" on ABC's "The Johnny Cash Show." Cash enlists The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers for "I'll Fly Away"
    Mar 16, 1971
    Johnny Cash & June Carter receive Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, for "If I Were A Carpenter," during the 13th annual Grammy Awards, staged at the Hollywood Palladium
    Mar 17, 1971
    Sammi Smith performs "Help Me Make It Through The Night" on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." Also appearing: Mickey Newbury, Chris Gantry, Gary Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, The Dillards, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers
    Mar 22, 1971
    Johnny Cash repeats as Top Television Personality during the sixth annual Academy Of Country & Western Music awards, hosted by Dick Clark at the Hollywood Palladium
    Mar 24, 1971
    Charley Pride sings "I'd Rather Love You" as a guest on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," which also features Bob Luman, Maybelle Carter, Red Lane and The Carpenters. Cash, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers bid adieu with "May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You"
    Mar 31, 1971
    ABC-TV airs the last edition of "The Johnny Cash Show" with Homer & Jethro, Merle Travis, The Statler Brothers, Mother Maybelle Carter, and her daughters, Helen, Anita and June. Cash and June Carter sing "Jackson" and "If I Were A Carpenter"
    May 9, 1971
    Johnny Cash comes forward when Hank Snow's son, the reverend Jimmy Snow, gives an altar call at the Evangel Temple in Nashville
    May 18, 1971
    Johnny Cash and June Carter record "No Need To Worry" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville

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