This Sunday, February 26, would have been Johnny Cash’s 80th birthday.
A year-long celebration of the Man in Black’s birthday begins this Sunday with ground-breaking on the restoration of his Dyess, Arkansas boyhood home –
The Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Project.
Time Magazine just posted this beautiful “LightBox” of “rare and unpublished photos of the Country music icon.”  Enjoy.  And Happy Birthday, Johnny.

Johnny Cash
For more information on the Johnny Cash Boyhood Project, visit www.herfitzpr.com.

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