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  • Jun 5, 1972
    Johnny Cash records "Oney" in Hendersonville at the House Of Cash
    Jun 9, 1972
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash's "If I Had A Hammer," a subsequent Grammy nominee
    Jun 10, 1972
    Johnny Cash performs during the Swan Ball, a Nashville fundraiser for the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens
    Jun 17, 1972
    Johnny Cash sings "A Thing Called Love" for 150,000 people during Explo '72, a Jesus music festival near Dallas, Texas. The bill also features Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson, who sings "Why Me" in his only appearance at an evangelistic event
    Jul 26, 1972
    Johnny Cash testifies before a Senate subcommittee in Washington, D.C., on prison reform, saying he's experienced things during his concerts at penitentiaries that "would chill the blood of average citizens"
    Jul 28, 1972
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Oney"
    Aug 10, 1972
    Lou Robin becomes Johnny Cash's manager, a role he assumes for the remainder of the singer's career
    Aug 13, 1972
    The wing of a plane carrying Johnny Cash brushes the ground while landing in Erie, Pennsylvania. Spooked by the incident, Cash abandons his flight and charters a bus to ride to Nashville
    Sep 4, 1972
    Johnny Cash appears on Jerry Lewis' Muscular Dystrophy Telethon
    Oct 3, 1972
    Johnny Cash records the album "Johnny Cash At Ostraker Prison" in Stockholm, Sweden. The album is released only in Europe

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