“I’m not brave at all.”
“I’m not brave at all.”
You’ll never hear these songs the same again.
Hov sure has a lot of ways to explain his greatness.
Born in the U.S.A.
Thank goodness Sen Pat Roberts (R-KS) is running for reelection.
Appearing in only one episode out of hundreds, these characters quickly became a part of Simpsons history.
10 years ago we had Steve Jobs, Bob Hope, and Johnny Cash. Now we have no hope, no job, and no cash. Please don’t let this guy die.
“All your life, you will be faced with a choice. You can choose love or hate…I choose love.” Our greatest country star was also our wisest.
Nor Cal is hella awesome, guys.
Are these soft, folky versions better than the originals?
Really brings out the gravelly.
If music be the food of love, this is an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Few things are as delightful as Elton John singing with Miss Piggy, or the Spice Girls teaching a science class.
Yup, it’s true – The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and “Be My Baby” have been around for half a century.
Developer Iain Mullan mapped out Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere” in real time, using Google Maps.
Folsom Prison Blues doesn’t belong to any one generation. It can get anyone moving, especially if you’re strapped into a jumperoo.
Jesse Morris, the San Francisco busker known as the “Punk Rock Johnny Cash,” passed away this week at age 27. He was the true ghost of Johnny Cash, R.I.P.
Aww. Now is that not the most adorable little pill-popper you’ve ever seen?
Collaborative video where every frame is drawn by an individual person, in honor of Johnny Cash. You too can contribute your own drawing by visiting The Johnny Cash Project. [Directed by Chris Milk. And there’s more Chris Milk on BuzzFeed here.]Via. View Media ›
Five-year-old Wesley killed a man in Reno just to watch him die. So look out. Here he is playing Folsom River Blues at the Spring Coffee Shop Jam at The Columbia City Theater in Seattle. Watch Video ›
5-year old Wesley takes on Johnny Cash’s ode to sex, drugs, and murder. And my ovaries furiously plot a way to steal him. Watch Video ›
Last night, not-so-secret cross-dresser and American Idol contestant scared the sh*t out of America (or, at least, Randy Travis and I) with his bizarre, smug, cheesalicious desecration of Johnny Cash classic “Ring of Fire.” It seems inevitable that the musical theater vet will soar through the competition, but not without polarizing the audience in the same way he completely confused Randy Travis, who claimed Lambert “threw [him] for a loop…although he seems like a very nice guy.” (Southern gentlemanly translation: “…the f*ck?”) Watch Video ›
Joaquin Phoenix just announced that he’s “not doing films anymore.” Apparently, he wants to focus more on his music. We think it’s suspect, especially since when he made the announcement, he was being followed by his own camera crews. “Joaquin In Real Life” reality TV show in the making, perhaps? Read More ›
Somehow, Snoop Dogg repertoire gets weirder (and, consequently, more awesome) with this country-inspired ode to Johnny Cash. At this rate, Snoop’s entrance into experimental territory might make him the next Bjork. With braids. And weed. And songs about ladies’ butts. Watch Video ›