Johnny Cash 1932-2003 A.K.A Best Country Rock n Roll Singer ever. Married to June Carter Cash
had 1 brother and i think 1 sister his brother jack (oldest out of the two) was killed at around age twelve by a sawing accident to the chest and died in hospital from blood loss. Johnny Cash Sung to the radio since he was a little boy and new just about all the lyrics to the songs that the radio played. Johnny Also had a run in with drugs and it took 13 years to come off the Thingsand from then on never went back on them.before June Carter He Was married to a lady named rose but the two just couldnt get long.
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by Cohenjd January 13, 2008
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biggest influence on rockn'roll in the last decade. my idol. everyone should strive to be half as good as him.
johnny cash rocks my socks!RIP.
by raven January 13, 2004
Awesome singer who shaped rock and roll what it is today. Even his last album kicked ass. Legendary singer who will live in my heart forever.
Johnny will never be forgotten.
by Eric January 17, 2005
February 26, 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas - September 12, 2003 in Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Country singer, Outlaw Country Movement.

Married June Carter Cash.

Was known as the "Man In Black".

11 Grammys, Country Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Hollywood Walk of Fame Star.
Became a Christ follower which gave his life real purpose before his death.
by inject God's truth May 17, 2005
The god of all that is music today.
you know johnny cash? yeah he was the one who started it all
by bfofo July 05, 2006
The greatest Country/Western singer ever, dispite all his songs about being in prision Johnny Cash was not an ex con, He only did a little bit of time for pills, He was never in a real time in prision.
Johnny Cash was one bitching Country/Western singer.
by Brandon21 January 05, 2006
A legendary country/rock and roll musician, born in Arkansas, who enjoyed the peak of his popularity in the 60s. Recently portrayed in the Oscar winning film Walk the Line by Joaquin Phoenix, Cash was nicknamed "The Man in Black." He is arguably most famous for his song "Folsom Prison Blues," describing the hardships of residing in a prison located so close to a railroad track. He is one of three men to have the honor to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In short, JC is the balls, and we will all miss him dearly.
I just listened to Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire and jizzed myself out of pure excitement.
by Mr. Mojo Risin' August 04, 2006
The only person that can make me like country music.
Good ol' Johnny Cash.
by Adrian September 22, 2006
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