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  • Mar 25, 1970
    Waylon Jennings plays "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" with Jessi Colter on piano during ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." Guests also include Gordon Terry and Jackie DeShannon, who does "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight". Actor Michael Parks and Cash cover "Oklahoma Hills"
    Mar 28, 1970
    "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash" hits the top of the Billboard country albums chart for the first of four straight weeks
    Apr 1, 1970
    Johnny Cash performs "The Long Black Veil" and teams with Shel Silverstein on "A Boy Named Sue" during ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." The episode also features Kenny Rogers & The First Edition doing "But You Know I Love You" and Roy Orbison singing "Only The Lonely" and "Oh, Pretty Woman"
    Apr 8, 1970
    Sonny James, Patti Page and singer/songwriter Tony Joe White guest on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." Cash also performs "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Apr 8, 1970
    Johnny Cash records music for two different movies: the Gregory Peck film "I Walk The Line" and the Robert Redford picture "Little Fauss And Big Halsy"
    Apr 13, 1970
    Johnny Cash walks off with an honor as Top Television Personality in the fifth annual Academy Of Country & Western Music awards, hosted by actor Buddy Ebsen at the Hollywood Palladium
    Apr 15, 1970
    George Jones guests on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," joining the Man In Black on "White Lightning." Judy Collins performs "Turn, Turn, Turn" with Cash, who also does the solo songs "Po' Folks," "Flesh And Blood" and "What Is Truth." June Carter Cash teams with her husband on "Jackson"
    Apr 17, 1970
    Johnny Cash plays the White House with June Carter and The Statler Brothers. Cash declines president Richard Nixon's request to do Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee" and Guy Drake's "Welfare Cadilac," but does perform "Folsom Prison Blues," "(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)" and "What Is Truth"
    Apr 22, 1970
    Burl Ives and Lynn Anderson appear on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," with Anderson and Cash speeding through "I've Been Everywhere"
    Apr 23, 1970
    Johnny Cash gives up cigarettes

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