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A Chance To Work With Johnny Cash Beyond The 'Grave'

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A Chance To Work With Johnny Cash Beyond The 'Grave'

A Chance To Work With Johnny Cash Beyond The 'Grave'

A Chance To Work With Johnny Cash Beyond The 'Grave'

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The Johnny Cash Project

The Johnny Cash Project

The Johnny Cash Project

Want to be part of a new Johnny Cash video? That might seem to be an odd question, considering that the Man in Black died in 2003. But a new interactive website called The Johnny Cash Project not only brings to life his final studio recording, "Ain't No Grave," but also offers his fans an opportunity to connect with Cash through digital art.

You can hear Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon's interview with the project's director, Chris Milk, at the top of this page. Milk has previously worked on music videos for Kanye West and Gnarls Barkley, as well as Barack Obama's Democratic National Convention biography video, A Mother's Promise.

Below is a video describing the project. You can also visit The Johnny Cash Project's website to learn more.