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  • Aug 17, 1975
    A proclamation by Nashville mayor Beverly Briley designates the beginning of Johnny Cash Week, honoring his 20th anniversary as a recording artist and the publication of his autobiography, "Man In Black"
    Aug 19, 1975
    Waylon Jennings brings out several surprise guests during a concert at The Exit/In in Nashville: Jessi Colter, Johnny Cash, Bonnie Bramlett and Dickey Betts
    Aug 19, 1975
    Johnny Cash, June Carter and Roy Acuff headline a tribute to late Grand Ole Opry star George Morgan to raise money for Morgan's family. Sixteen-year-old Lorrie Morgan sings a self-penned number about her father, "Walking In Daddy's Shadow"
    Sep 13, 1975
    Johnny Cash sings "I Still Miss Someone" on "Hee Haw." His five-year-old son, John Carter Cash, also appears. Other music on the episode includes Buck Owens' version of "I'm A Ramblin' Man," Roy Clark's cover of "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" and Gunilla Hutton's rendition of "Lizzie And The Rainman"
    Oct 18, 1975
    Johnny Cash, June Carter and The Tennessee Three are guests on the ABC variety show "Saturday Night Live With Howard Cosell"
    Oct 23, 1975
    An ABC-TV special, "The Grand Ole Opry At 50: A Nashville Celebration," is taped at the Grand Ole Opry House. Performers include Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Minnie Pearl, Charley Pride, Porter Wagoner and Roy Clark
    Oct 25, 1975
    Suffering from exhaustion, Johnny Cash cancels a White House appearance in honor of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat set for October 27. A doctor orders the cancellation, citing muscle spasms from over-work
    Dec 13, 1975
    Johnny Cash sings "I Walk The Line" and La Costa performs "Get On My Love Train" for the syndicated TV show "Hee Haw." Regular cast member Buck Owens delivers "Queen Of The Silver Dollar"
    Dec 23, 1975
    Johnny Cash abandons Christmas shopping to pay a surprise visit to inmates at the Sumner County Jail near Nashville. He plays five hands of poker with the prisoners and loses every one
    Jan 11, 1976
    Johnny Cash serves as host during the taping of an NBC-TV special, "200 Years Of Circus In America," in St. Petersburg, Florida, at the headquarters for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's Circus

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