Johnny Cash 1958

Johnny Cash 1958
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© Don Hunstein, 1958

By mid-August 1958, Johnny Cash had finished recording the songs that would comprise two of his first Columbia Records releases: "The Fabulous Johnny Cash" and "Hymns by Johnny Cash." This shot of Johnny Cash in a motel room, his chin resting nonchalantly on the body of what is literally a signature model Gibson six-string, shows the artist on the road on the brink of his pop-country breakout. By 1959, "The Fabulous Johnny Cash" would reach #19 on the Billboard Pop albums chart while two of its singles -- "Don't Take Your Guns To Town" and "Frankie's Man, Johnny" -- would scale the nation's top 10 pop and country charts.

Johnny Cash 1958 by Don Hunstein

Color: Black and White    Type: Archival Digital Print    Edition: Limited (11x14" Open)    Signed: Estate Stamped

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