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  • Nov 15, 1986
    Johnny Cash writes a personal note in Las Vegas to Tammy Wynette to show support while she undergoes rehabilitation at the Betty Ford Center. The note appears for sale on eBay in 2006
    Nov 21, 1986
    The albums "Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison," "Johnny Cash At San Quentin" and "Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits, Volume 1" are certified platinum and double-platinum by the RIAA
    Nov 22, 1986
    Johnny Cash & June Carter appear on "Hee Haw" with their friends Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Jack Clement and Loretta Lynn
    Jan 17, 1987
    Glen Campbell, Mel Tillis, Keith Whitley, The Carter Family, Johnny Cash and June Carter fill out the guest lineup for TV's "Hee Haw"
    Feb 24, 1987
    "Interviews From The Class Of '55 Recording Sessions"--featuring Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Rick Nelson, Sam Phillips and Chips Moman--wins Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Recording during the 29th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles
    Apr 13, 1987
    Mercury releases "Johnny Cash Is Coming To Town," the Man In Black's first album of new music for a label other than Columbia in nearly 30 years
    May 2, 1987
    Johnny Cash performs for a Billy Graham Crusade at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina
    May 16, 1987
    Johnny Cash cuts a concert short during his second song in Council Bluffs, Iowa. He's taken to Mercy Hospital, where he's diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat
    Jun 19, 1987
    Johnny Cash & June Carter take part in a Billy Graham Crusade at Dacotah Field in Fargo, North Dakota
    Jul 4, 1987
    Johnny Cash performs with The Boston Pops for Independence Day, turning in a version of "The Battle Of New Orleans"

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