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  • Nov 14, 1961
    Johnny Cash is jailed in Nashville for public intoxication after trying to kick in the door of a nightclub that was closed near Printers Alley
    Dec 5, 1961
    June Carter performs on Johnny Cash's live show for the first time at "The Big D Jamboree" in Dallas. Two months later, she becomes a regular member of the Man in Black's road show
    Dec 31, 1961
    Johnny Cash plays Camden, New Jersey, with June Carter, Flatt & Scruggs and Marty Robbins. While Robbins performs, bass player Marshall Grant tosses an M-80 into a urinal backstage, the resulting blast covering a dressing room in sewage
    Feb 11, 1962
    June Carter becomes a permanent member of Johnny Cash's road show, with a concert in Des Moines, Iowa. Also on the bill: Patsy Cline and 13-year-old steel guitarist Barbara Mandrell
    Feb 12, 1962
    Johnny Cash records the Jimmie Rodgers classic "In The Jailhouse Now" in Nashville at the Columbia Recording Studio
    Apr 18, 1962
    Johnny Cash and "Bonanza" star Lorne Greene hold a recording session at the Columbia Studios in Hollywood. The track is never released
    May 4, 1962
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "In The Jailhouse Now"
    May 10, 1962
    Johnny Cash plays prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York. He's supported on the bill by George Jones, Tompall & The Glaser Brothers and The Carter Family
    Jun 1, 1962
    "Night Rider," a half-hour TV movie, is broadcast with roles for Johnny Cash, Wesley Tuttle, Merle Travis, Johnny Western, Eddie Dean and fiddler Gordon Terry
    Jun 7, 1962
    Johnny Cash records "No One Will Ever Know" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville. The song becomes a hit for Gene Watson in 1980

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