Johnny Cash was one of the most influential American country music singers, guitarists and songwriters of all time.
- Since signing with Sun Records in 1954 his career, which spanned almost five decades, has brought multiple hits including "Ring of Fire" and "I Walk the Line" with his deep distinctive bass-baritone voice until his death in 2003.
- The "Man in Black" was inducted into the Rock and Roll Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
- Johnny Cash’s most popular and best-selling albums were the live albums he recorded in prisons. Although he himself never spent any a lot of time in jail, he was arrested seven times and spent a few nights in jail.