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  • Jun 23, 1958
    Johnny Cash takes "Guess Things Happen That Way" to the top of the Billboard country singles chart
    Jul 5, 1958
    Johnny Cash sings "Guess Things Happen That Way" on the ABC-TV music series "The Dick Clark Show"
    Jul 10, 1958
    Johnny Cash records "The Ways Of A Woman In Love" and "Thanks A Lot" at Memphis' Sun Recording Studio
    Jul 17, 1958
    Johnny Cash holds what amounts to his final recording session for Sun Records in Memphis, with Charlie Rich playing piano
    Jul 24, 1958
    Johnny Cash records "What Do I Care" in his first Columbia recording session in Nashville, at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio
    Jul 29, 1958
    Johnny and Vivian Cash have their third daughter, Cindy Cash, in Memphis
    Aug 1, 1958
    Johnny Cash signs with Columbia Records, where he remains for more than 25 years
    Aug 8, 1958
    Johnny Cash records "All Over Again" and "Frankie's Man, Johnny" in Nashville at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio
    Aug 13, 1958
    Johnny Cash records "Don't Take Your Guns To Town" and the original version of "I Still Miss Someone" at the Bradley Recording Studio in Nashville
    Sep 15, 1958
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's two-sided hit, "All Over Again" backed with "What Do I Care"

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