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  • Jan 11, 1982
    The staff at Johnny Cash's House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee, discovers it has a burst pipe when water flows from the ceiling and ruins the carpet
    Feb 13, 1982
    Johnny Cash guests via video on the syndicated TV show "Pop! Goes The Country." Host Tom T. Hall opens the episode with "Folsom Prison Blues" and performs "Daddy Sang Bass" with Cash and Norma Jean Parker. Parker also turns in a cover of Terri Gibbs' "Somebody's Knockin'"
    Mar 22, 1982
    Johnny Cash kicks off six days of taping in Texas for his CBS-TV special "Johnny Cash: Cowboy Heroes"
    Apr 10, 1982
    Glen Campbell hosts the CBS-TV special "Country Comes Home," featuring Crystal Gayle, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Mel Tillis, Loretta Lynn, Don Williams, Chet Atkins, Boxcar Willie, Roy Acuff, Roy Clark, Jimmy C. Newman and Hank Thompson
    Apr 17, 1982
    Johnny Cash hosts "Saturday Night Live" from New York with musical guest Elton John. The Man In Black sings "I Walk The Line," "Folsom Prison Blues," "Ring Of Fire" and "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Apr 18, 1982
    HBO honors the Killer with "Twenty Five Years Of Jerry Lee... A Celebration," featuring Johnny Cash, Dottie West, Kris Kristofferson, Carl Perkins, Charlie Rich, Mickey Gilley and The Oak Ridge Boys
    May 6, 1982
    "Johnny Cash: Cowboy Heroes" airs on CBS-TV, featuring Glen Campbell, June Carter Cash, John Anderson and The Oak Ridge Boys. The set list includes "El Paso," "Bobbie Sue" and "Don't Take Your Guns To Town"
    Jun 13, 1982
    Johnny Cash & June Carter join reverend Billy Graham and vice president George Bush in an event at the Superdome in New Orleans to help kick off a Southern Baptist Pastors Conference
    Jul 4, 1982
    Johnny Cash delivers an Independence Day performance at the World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee
    Sep 5, 1982
    Jerry Lewis' telethon includes guest appearances by Loretta Lynn and Johnny Cash, who duets with June Carter on "Jackson"

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