JANUARY is JOHNNY'S MONTH!
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Johnny's Amazing January:
- January 1, 1960: San Quentin was the location of the first free show of many by Johnny Cash at California prisons. He finds 22-year old inmate Merle Haggard sitting in first row!
- January 11, 1964: Ring of Fire was the #1 album on Billboard's first Hot Country Albums chart, staying there for 14 weeks. It became Johnny's first Recording Industry Assoc. of America gold album.
- January 13, 1968: Johnny gave his iconic performance at Folsom Prison!
- January 15, 1992: Johnny was inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame at the 7th Annual ceremonies in New York City.
Click here for a comprehensive list of Johnny's Milestones.
Click the poster below to learn more about Johnny's Folsom Prison performance.