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The first Johnny Cash Heritage Festival will be held October 19-21, 2017 in Dyess, Arkansas. Visit the festival website for information and updates.

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In July 1954, another Memphis musician, Elvis Presley , cut his first record, sparking a wave of Elvis-mania as well as an interest in the local producer, Sun Records owner Sam Phillips , who had issued the record. Later that year Cash, Grant and Perkins made an unannounced visit to Sun to ask Phillips for an audition. The Sun Records owner gave in and Cash and the boys soon returned to show off their skills. Phillips liked their sound but not their gospel-driven song choices, which he felt would have a limited market, and asked them to return with an original song. 

: At Folsom Prison: Music: Johnny Cash
: At Folsom Prison: Music: Johnny Cash by Johnny Cash.

Between September 1, 1954 and July 17, 1958, Cash recorded several sessions at Memphis Sun Studios . The Sun singles and albums were recorded at the sessions described below; "master" indicates which take of a song was used for singles and albums. This list is valuable information, so any scholar may understand what it means.

Upon its release, the album was a critical and commercial success, reinvigorating Cash’s career and inspiring him to record another album at San Quentin Prison the next year.

Cash remained in Dyess Colony until his graduation from high school in 1950. As a young man he set off for Detroit in search of work. He ended up in Pontiac, Mich., and took work in an automotive plant. His tenure in the North Country was short-lived and Cash soon enlisted in the . Air Force. After basic training in Texas (where he met first wife Vivian Liberto), he was shipped to Landsberg, Germany. While in the service Cash organized his first band, the Landsberg Barbarians.

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