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  • Jul 17, 1987
    Johnny Cash & June Carter perform at Mile High Stadium in Denver for a Billy Graham Crusade
    Sep 25, 1987
    The Matt Dillon movie "The Big Town" debuts in theaters. Music in the film includes Johnny Cash's "Home Of The Blues," Red Sovine's "Juke Joint Johnny" and Cindy Fee's version of "Lovesick Blues," plus Ronnie Self, Ivory Joe Hunter and The Drifters
    Feb 12, 1988
    Johnny Cash announces his support for Tennessee congressman Albert Gore Jr. in the presidential race
    Feb 13, 1988
    Rosanne Cash earns a #1 country single in Billboard with a remake of the Johnny Cash song "Tennessee Flat Top Box"
    Mar 2, 1988
    In a pairing of a current Entertainer of the Year and a former one, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Jr. record "That Old Wheel" at the JMI Recording Studio in Nashville
    Mar 7, 1988
    Johnny Cash, Roy Acuff, Jessi Colter, Emmylou Harris and Waylon Jennings record Acuff's "As Long As I Live" at Nashville's JMI Recording Studio. Cash also enlists Rosanne Cash and The Everly Brothers on "Ballad Of A Teenage Queen"
    Mar 16, 1988
    Johnny Cash is made an honorary marshal in Dodge City, Kansas
    Mar 17, 1988
    Johnny Cash cancels three concerts in Kansas, while suffering from bronchitis
    Mar 22, 1988
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opens a new exhibit, "Johnny Cash: Man In Black." The display includes musical instruments, high-school report cards and the jacket he wore in his first concert in 1956
    May 1, 1988
    The original painting for the "Highwayman" album cover--depicting Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson--is stolen from an art exhibit at the Nashville Convention Center

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