The Highwaymen. From left: Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson. Jim McGuire/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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46One Too Many Mornings

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    Live: American Outlaws
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Charlie McCoy and the Escorts perform at the Jolly Roger in Printers Alley, circa 1965. From left to right: Wayne Butler, Jerry Tuttle, Kenny Buttrey, Mac Gayden, and Charlie McCoy. Courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hide caption

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The Real Charlie McCoy, A Musical Quarterback Of 1960s Nashville

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All Songs Rewind: The Legacy Of The '90s

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Ricky Munoz, lead singer of Intocalbe, performs in Juarez, Mexico earlier this month. Intocable, a band popular on both sides of the border, is inspired by Mexican music, country hits and rock bands like Def Leppard. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Borderland Music: Songs From The U.S.-Mexico Frontera

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Lost Album Gives Voice To A Johnny Cash In Recovery

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Rosanne Cash's The River & The Thread comes out Jan. 14. Eliot Lee Hazel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rosanne Cash's Mythic Southern Road Trip

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Biography Doesn't Hold Back On Darkest Years Of 'The Man In Black'

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The '90s Are Back, Or Whatever...

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Johnny Cash's Columbia Catalog Out Now — As A 63-Disc Box Set

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Don Gonyea (far right, in vest) interviewing Johnny Cash in 1981. Courtesy of Don Gonyea hide caption

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The Man In Black Goes To The County Fair

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The Cash family house today. Michael Hibblen hide caption

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Johnny Cash's Boyhood Home Tells The Story Of A Town

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

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Johnny Cash in 2002, at producer Rick Rubin's recording studio in Los Angeles. Cash died on Sept. 12, 2003. Martyn Atkins hide caption

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Voice From The Darkness: Johnny Cash's Final Record

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Rick Rubin collaborated with Johnny Cash on the American Recordings series. In 2003, the first disc was ranked 364 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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'American' Remembered: Rick Rubin On Johnny Cash

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Johnny Cash: A Ghost Rider, Still Stirring Souls

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