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  • Oct 12, 1972
    Johnny Cash records "Any Old Wind That Blows" and "Nobody Wins" at the House Of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The latter song becomes a hit the following year for Brenda Lee
    Oct 23, 1972
    "Gospel Road" has its world premiere at Nashville's Tennessee Theater. The movie tells the story of Jesus through the music of Johnny Cash and was filmed in Israel during five weeks the prior year. Cash performs the Larry Gatlin-penned "Help Me"
    Nov 19, 1972
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Any Old Wind That Blows"
    Nov 30, 1972
    The Bob Dylan movie "Eat The Document" debuts in New York. An odd summation of his 1966 tour of the United Kingdom, the film includes appearances by Johnny Cash, John Lennon and The Band
    Dec 5, 1972
    The Statler Brothers announce they're leaving the Johnny Cash road show to tour on their own at the end of the year. The group will still join the Man in Black on a 10-date West Coast swing in February
    Dec 14, 1972
    Johnny Cash sings "Any Old Wind That Blows" and "That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine" on NBC-TV's "The Flip Wilson Show." Cash joins Wilson's character Geraldine on "Just Because." June Carter Cash also appears
    Feb 14, 1973
    Johnny Cash leaves a Charlotte, North Carolina, movie theater where his film, "The Gospel Road," is debuting, when the box office receives a threat on his life. A suspect is picked up at the YMCA, and Cash returns to the theater an hour later
    Jul 4, 1973
    Johnny Cash joins his former backing vocal group, The Statler Brothers, for their "Happy Birthday U.S.A." concert at Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton, Virginia
    Jul 24, 1973
    Johnny Cash records "Life's Little Ups And Downs" and "City Of New Orleans" at the House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Both become hits for other country acts--the former for Ricky Van Shelton and the latter for Willie Nelson
    Jul 26, 1973
    Johnny Cash, June Carter and Kris Kristofferson appear on the first installment of the NBC summer replacement series "Dean Martin Presents: Music Country" with Loretta Lynn, Lynn Anderson and Tom T. Hall

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