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  • Jul 3, 1976
    Johnny Cash serves as grand marshal of the American Bicentennial Parade, riding a 1936 Packard in front of more than 400,000 people in Washington, D.C.
    Jul 4, 1976
    Johnny Cash celebrates the Bicentennial by ringing a replica of the Liberty Bell 200 times in Washington, D.C. Also participating in the event are vice president Nelson Rockefeller and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
    Jul 6, 1976
    Waylon Jennings & Johnny Cash record "There Ain't No Good Chain Gang" and "I Wish I Was Crazy Again" at the House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee
    Jul 27, 1976
    Johnny Cash and June Carter begin a week of filming in Los Angeles for an episode of "Little House On The Prairie"
    Aug 29, 1976
    The four-week replacement series "Johnny Cash And Friends" debuts on CBS-TV. Tanya Tucker performs "Here's Some Love," while Cash delivers "I Walk The Line" solo and performs "Jackson" with June Carter. Also appearing in the episode are comedians Steve Martin and Jim Varney
    Sep 5, 1976
    Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge guest on the second installment of CBS-TV's four-week "Johnny Cash And Friends" series, also featuring June Carter, Jim Varney and Steve Martin. Cash performs "Ring Of Fire" and "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Sep 12, 1976
    Tammy Wynette sings "'Til I Can Make It On My Own" and Waylon Jennings performs "Can't You See" on the CBS series "Johnny Cash And Friends." Cash opens with "A Boy Named Sue" and covers "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" with a church choir
    Sep 19, 1976
    Charley Pride, Jessi Colter and The Oak Ridge Boys appear in the final edition of CBS' four-week presentation "Johnny Cash And Friends"
    Sep 27, 1976
    Johnny Cash plays an ex-convict and June Carter is his wife in an episode of the NBC series "Little House On The Prairie"
    Oct 11, 1976
    Johnny Cash and Roy Clark are co-hosts for the 10th annual Country Music Association awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, where "Wanted: The Outlaws" propels Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson to three awards apiece

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