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  • Dec 5, 1993
    Johnny Cash records "Delia's Gone" in the Los Angeles living room of producer Rick Rubin. The performance is used in episode seven of the 2019 PBS series "Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns"
    Dec 7, 1993
    Johnny Cash records 10 songs in the living room of producer Rick Rubin's Los Angeles home. Three of the songs, including a cover of Kris Kristofferson's "Why Me," are added to Cash's album "American Recordings" as sessions for that project conclude
    Jan 14, 1994
    The album "Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration" is certified gold by the RIAA. Among the artists: Johnny Cash & June Carter, Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Tom Petty and others
    Apr 26, 1994
    American releases Johnny Cash's first album for the label, "American Recordings." The CD is a stripped-down project overseen by rap-rock producer Rick Rubin
    Jun 1, 1994
    The historic Ryman Auditorium returns to active use with an invitation-only TV taping of "The Roots Of Country," featuring Alan Jackson, Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, Vince Gill, Johnny Cash, Reba McEntire, John Anderson and Steve Wariner, among others. The show airs June 25 on CBS-TV
    Jun 25, 1994
    CBS-TV airs "The Roots Of Country: Nashville Celebrates The Ryman." The special includes appearances by Reba McEntire, Johnny Cash, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Kathy Mattea, Steve Wariner and John Anderson, among others
    Aug 9, 1994
    Johnny Cash withdraws from the Woodstock '94 rock festival
    Sep 13, 1994
    Mercury releases "Red Hot + Country," a benefit album for AIDS featuring Mary Chapin Carpenter, Billy Ray Cyrus, Radney Foster, Dolly Parton, Randy Scruggs, Johnny Cash, Mark Chesnutt and Kathy Mattea with Jackson Browne, among others
    Sep 14, 1994
    Johnny Cash performs at New York's Carnegie Hall, where he's joined on stage briefly by daughter Rosanne Cash for a duet on "I Still Miss Someone"
    Oct 17, 1994
    Johnny Cash and June Carter are on hand for a taping of CBS-TV's "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," the third episode in which they appear during the show's run

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