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Jan 19, 1957Johnny Cash makes his first network TV appearance, on CBS' "The Jackie Gleason Show," where he sings "I Walk The Line." Also appearing on the broadcast: Johnny Horton and Marty RobbinsMar 31, 1957Sun labelmates Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis begin a tour together in Little Rock, ArkansasApr 4, 1957Johnny Cash records "Next In Line" at the Sun Recording Studio in MemphisJul 1, 1957Johnny Cash records "Home Of The Blues" and "Give My Love To Rose" at Memphis' Sun Recording StudioAug 31, 1957Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins appear on the Los Angeles TV/radio show "Town Hall Party." Backstage, they meet Columbia Records executive Don Law, who signs both artists in subsequent yearsSep 10, 1957Sun releases Johnny Cash's first album, "With His Hot And Blue Guitar"Sep 14, 1957Sun releases Johnny Cash's "Home Of The Blues" with "Give My Love To Rose" on the B sideNov 1, 1957Johnny Cash signs a recording contract with Columbia Records, set to take effect on August 1, when his deal with Sun runs outNov 12, 1957Johnny Cash records "Big River" and "Ballad Of A Teenage Queen" at the Sun Recording Studio in MemphisDec 21, 1957After giving Colonel Tom Parker a red sports car for Christmas, Elvis Presley goes to the Grand Ole Opry in a tuxedo. He takes pictures with Brenda Lee, Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, Ray Price and Faron Young, and goes on stage to wave to the audience
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