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Jan 1, 1958Johnny Cash gives his first New Year's performance at San Quentin prison in California. He does several more in ensuing yearsFeb 17, 1958Johnny Cash's "Ballad Of A Teenage Queen" ascends to the top of the Billboard country singles chartMar 8, 1958Johnny Cash performs "Ballad Of A Teenage Queen" on "The Dick Clark Show" on ABC. Also featured are The Platters and The SilhouettesMar 31, 1958Johnny Cash guests on the ABC music series "The Lawrence Welk Show"Apr 9, 1958Johnny Cash records "Guess Things Happen That Way," "Come In Stranger" and "Oh Lonesome Me" at Memphis' Sun Recording StudioMay 15, 1958Johnny Cash records "You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven" at Memphis' Sun Recording StudioMay 28, 1958Johnny Cash records "Katy Too" at Memphis' Sun Recording StudioJun 23, 1958Johnny Cash takes "Guess Things Happen That Way" to the top of the Billboard country singles chartJul 5, 1958Johnny Cash sings "Guess Things Happen That Way" on the ABC-TV music series "The Dick Clark Show"Jul 10, 1958Johnny Cash records "The Ways Of A Woman In Love" and "Thanks A Lot" at Memphis' Sun Recording Studio
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