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  • Feb 16, 1976
    David Allan Coe's concert at The Exit/In in Nashville includes a surprise guest: Johnny Cash, who joins the Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy on "Cocaine Carolina"
    Feb 18, 1976
    NBC-TV airs "200 Years Of Circus In America," a special hosted by Johnny Cash
    Feb 21, 1976
    Johnny Cash breaks his ankle while experimenting with a metal detector in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Less than two hours later, his wife, June Carter, injures her ankle when she falls in a ditch
    Mar 5, 1976
    Johnny Cash records "One Piece At A Time" in Hendersonville at the House of Cash
    Mar 9, 1976
    Johnny Cash has a star entered in the Hollywood Walk of Fame, right next to Humphrey Bogart's, at 6320 Hollywood Boulevard
    Mar 20, 1976
    Johnny Cash is presented the key to the city in Rison, Arkansas
    Apr 21, 1976
    Merle Haggard stops by the House Of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee, joining Johnny Cash in a recording of "I Wish I Was Crazy Again." Cash later records the definitive version with Waylon Jennings
    May 8, 1976
    The Man in Black dons a black robe: Johnny Cash receives an honorary Doctorate of Human Letters from San Diego's National University. San Diego mayor Pete Wilson declares Johnny Cash Day
    May 14, 1976
    Johnny Cash & June Carter perform for 74,000 people during a Billy Graham Crusade at the Kingdome in Seattle
    May 29, 1976
    Johnny Cash rides into the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "One Piece At A Time"

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