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  • Jul 30, 1973
    Johnny Cash plays the Nevada State Prison in Carson City with Carl Perkins and Larry Gatlin. Songs in the set include "Daddy Sang Bass," "A Boy Named Sue," "Sunday Morning Coming Down" and "Folsom Prison Blues"
    Sep 2, 1973
    Jerry Lewis gets help on his muscular dystrophy telethon from country stars Johnny Cash, Roy Clark, Johnny Rodriguez, Minnie Pearl, Sonny James, Faron Young, Conway Twitty, George Jones & Tammy Wynette
    Oct 15, 1973
    Johnny Cash hosts the seventh annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, where Charlie Rich wins three trophies and Loretta Lynn takes two
    Dec 26, 1973
    Johnny Cash and June Carter begin work in Los Angeles on an episode of NBC's detective drama "Columbo." Carl Perkins is written out of the script following his brother's suicide the previous day
    Feb 16, 1974
    Johnny Cash performs "Big River" and "City Of New Orleans" on "Hee Haw." The Hagers cover "My Maria," and George "Goober" Lindsey does "Mountain Dew." Also appearing in the episode are Jean Shepard, Buck Owens and Roy Clark, who sings "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
    Mar 3, 1974
    Johnny Cash plays a singer who murders his wife in an episode of NBC-TV's "Columbo." Cash sings "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Apr 12, 1974
    Johnny Cash does a free show for inmates at the Tennessee State Prison in Nashville with Linda Ronstadt and Roy Clark. The concert becomes a TV special, "Behind Prison Walls," featuring such titles as "Desperado," "Honeymoon Feelin'," "A Boy Named Sue" and "Folsom Prison Blues"
    Apr 26, 1974
    Johnny Cash hosts "Country Comes Home," an NBC special shot at the new Grand Ole Opry House. Guests include Chet Atkins, Roy Acuff, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Tom T. Hall, Minnie Pearl, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Ernest Tubb and Charlie Rich
    May 12, 1974
    A $2-million psychiatric facility is dedicated as the Johnny Cash Hospital in Decatur, Alabama. As a bronze plaque is unveiled at the ceremony, Cash says, "I feel higher than I ever did on dope"
    Jun 17, 1974
    Johnny Cash begins two days of recording gospel songs at the House Of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Starting with "Amazing Grace," the songs become the Grammy-nominated album "Johnny Cash Sings Precious Memories"

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