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5 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Playhouse Square's 'Million Dollar Quartet" will have you on your feet

Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! And uha WOW!!! From the opening blast of "Blues Suede Shoes" to the thunderous finale of "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" Million Dollar Quartet " is two hours of solid Rock and Roll.


Related Topix: Theater, Million Dollar Quartet, Country, Carl Perkins, Rock-N-Roll, Jerry Lee Lewis

14 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

Pittsburgh Clo Extends Ring of Fire Through 8/24

Due to popular demand, Ring of Fire - The Music of Johnny Cash has been extended through August 24 at the CLO Cabaret.


Related Topix: Country

Tue Jul 08, 2014

The Austin Chronicle

Best of 2014

It's been a surprisingly good year for my kind of music. I always complain about how much bad music there is out there.


Related Topix: Country, Kelly Willis, Merle Haggard, Rodney Crowell, Music, Entertainment

USA Today

Music stars 'Look Again' at Johnny Cash's 'Bitter Tears'

Marking the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash's 'Bitter Tears', Sony Music Masterworks is releasing 'Look Again to the Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited' on Aug. 19 with remakes of the eight originals.


Related Topix: Country, Folk, Native Americans, Kris Kristofferson, Hendersonville, TN, Music, Entertainment

Mon Jul 07, 2014


Flashback: Johnny Cash Makes Opry Debut, Meets June Carter

On July 7, 1956, Johnny Cash walked onto the Grand Ole Opry's stage for the first time, armed with an acoustic guitar, his Tennessee Two bandmates and his soon-to-be iconic black suit.


Related Topix: Country, Music, Entertainment

Dallas Morning News

Try these kid-tested, mother-approved life hacks on your next family road trip

'Tis the season to travel and whether you're hitting the open road heading toward Richardson or have hopes of cooler climates, I've got some kid-tested, mother-approved life hacks just for you.


Related Topix: Country, Parenting


Sheryl Crow Profiles U.S. Heroes, Music Icon in 'Redemption Day' Video

It's been nearly two decades since Sheryl Crow released her chart-smashing, self-titled album in 1996, but the pop-gone-country chameleon is still soaking up the sun with a brand-new live concert video featuring a collaboration with Johnny Cash on her critically acclaimed album track, "Redemption Day."


Related Topix: Country, US Military, US Army, Music, Entertainment


Dale Watson Helps Celebrate Sun Recording Studios

Watson performed Don't Let The Screen Door Hit You and Adios with an acclaimed group of musicians, including bassist Dave Roe , drummer JM Van Eaton and pianist Rick Steff .


Related Topix: Dale Watson, Country, Jerry Reed, Latin, Lucero

Sun Jul 06, 2014

Austin American Statesman

Austin Scoop: Monday's Pick: The 1968 Exhibit

Pop culture was also at its peak: Hair opened on Broadway, The Beatles released their self-titled album popularly known as the White Album , and Johnny Cash gave his famous performance at Folsom Prison.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, The Beatles, Country


Now Playing Onstage in Fort Lauderdale - Week of 7/06/2014

MOVEMENT EXPLORATION WORKSHOP Arts Garage 7/12-7/12/2014 Explore the world of choreography outside the walls of a theater with professional modern dancer, Alyssa Thompson.


Related Topix: OnStage, Arts, Theater, Country

Sat Jul 05, 2014


Recognizing the incendiary deejay who broke Elvis north of the Mason-Dixon Line

The 1950s rock 'n' roll explosion as captured by Cleveland deejay Tommy Edwards, featuring Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Everly Brothers, and Sam Cooke-slide0 Rhonda Fleming, perhaps the most beautiful movie star to ever step in front of a camera, January 1958, captured by deejay Tommy Edwards at WERE Studios in Cleveland Rhonda Fleming, perhaps ... (more)


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Elvis Presley, Celebrities, Elvis, Rock-N-Roll, Country, R&B, R-N-B

Fri Jul 04, 2014


25 Essential Songs About America for Your July 4th Weekend Listening

Happy 4th of July, loyal Mediaite readers! While you kick back for the long weekend, check out these 15 essential songs about and/or inspired by America, for your cook-out listening enjoyment.


Related Topix: Country, Lee Greenwood, Television


5 things to do on the Seacoast this weekend

It's that time of month again, when galleries in downtown Portsmouth open their doors simultaneously on a Friday evening for the Around 'Round Town gallery walk.


Related Topix: Portsmouth, NH, Photography, Arts, Painting, Weather, Country

Thu Jul 03, 2014

Lenoir News-Topic

Flamboyant, eccentric Willard Blevins dies

Blevins was the person everyone had seen walking local streets dressed as Superman, Batman, a gorilla, Elvis Presley, Elvira Mistress of the Dark, Spiderman, an Indian, Johnny Cash or Cher, to name several.


Related Topix: Comedy Movies, Thriller, Crime Movies, Family, Batman, Action Movies, Adventure, Country, Caldwell County, NC, Lenoir, NC, Train Disaster

Wed Jul 02, 2014


Johnny Cash - Out Among The Stars

The Man In Black isn't particularly known for his 80's work, a transitional period for Cash and country music as a whole.


Related Topix: Country, The 80'S, Pop/Rock

Northern Daily Leader

Anna's Country Music Notes: Here's the hoedown lowdown

For the next four days you can immerse yourself in some of the finest country music this side of the Black Stump.


Related Topix: Adam Harvey, Country, Willie Nelson, The Highwaymen, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson

Northern Life

Northern Lights Festival displays diverse lineup

Crystal Shawanda is a roots/country star and an international sensation, originally hailing from Wikwemikong, on Manitoulin Island.


Related Topix: Country


Billy Joe Shaver, the original honky-tonk hero

Billy Joe Shaver bounced around Nashville in the late '60s and early '70s as a songwriter before helping to invent the style and sound that came to be called "outlaw country."


Related Topix: Country, Billy Joe Shaver, Waylon, Music!, Waylon Jennings

Tue Jul 01, 2014


Al Hirt on the Johnny Cash Show, 1970

Check out New Orleanian Alois Maxwell "Al" Hirt , playing his horn during a December 16, 1970 episode of Johnny Cash's musical variety show.


Related Topix: Al Hirt, Jazz, Country, New Orleans, LA


Flashback: Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan Take TV Viewers to 'North Country'

In 1969, there was no bigger star in country music than Johnny Cash , and although he had scored a few pop hits throughout his career, the peak of his pop-chart success came with the Number Two smash, "A Boy Named Sue," recorded live at San Quentin Prison.


Related Topix: Bob Dylan, Pop/Rock, Country, June Carter Cash, Music, Entertainment