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Dec 26, 1958Johnny Cash, Tex Ritter and The Sons Of The Pioneers open at the Showboat Hotel in Las Vegas, NevadaJan 1, 1959Johnny Cash performs at San Quentin prison. Merle Haggard is in the audienceFeb 8, 1959Johnny Cash appears on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing "Don't Take Your Guns To Town"Feb 23, 1959Johnny Cash earns a #1 country single in Billboard magazine with "Don't Take Your Guns To Town"Mar 2, 1959Sun releases a double-sided Johnny Cash single featuring "Luther Played The Boogie" and "Thanks A Lot." The former is a nod to Cash guitarist Luther PerkinsMar 8, 1959Country stars gather for a pair of concerts at Louisville's Freedom Hall to raise money for the newly-founded Country Music Association. On the bill: Johnny Cash, Ray Price, Ernest Tubb, Minnie Pearl, Carl Smith and Lester Flatt & Earl ScruggsMar 10, 1959Johnny Cash appears on NBC's "The George Gobel Show"Mar 12, 1959Johnny Cash records "I Got Stripes," "You Dreamer You" and "Five Feet High And Rising" in Nashville at the Bradley Recording StudioMar 23, 1959Johnny Cash takes his first screen test in HollywoodMar 30, 1959Columbia releases Johnny Cash's double-sided hit, "Frankie's Man, Johnny" backed with "You Dreamer You"
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