June Carter & Carl Perkins

Valerie June Carter Cash (June 23, 1929 – May 15, 2003) was an American singer, dancer, songwriter, actress, comedian, and author who was a member of the Carter Family and the second wife of singer Johnny Cash. Carl Lee Perkins (April 9, 1932 – January 19, 1998) was an American rockabilly musician who recorded most notably at Sun Records Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, beginning during 1954. His best known song is Blue Suede Shoes . 5.0/5

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Columbia Records in May 1968 released @ Folsom State Prison in California by Johnny Cash recorded on January 13 1968 back by June Carter and Carl Perkins & Tennessee Three . Below The LP.
*March 4, 1967 - Johnny Cash and June Carter’s Columbia Records duet “Jackson,” charted. The record topped out at on the charts; however, it won the Grammy for Vocal Duo. This was their first Grammy for Vocal Duo, but it would not be their last. At the time Cash and Carter were not married. The record was recorded in Nashville, on January 11, 1967. Don Law and Frank Jones produced the session, and the song was written by Billy Edd Wheeler, and Gaby Rodgers. Session personnel included: Johnny Cash-vocals; June Carter-vocals; Luther Perkins-lead guitar; Marshall Grant-bass; W.S. Holland-drums; and Carl Perkins-guitar.
Sunday marked the anniversary in 1968, when country musician Johnny Cash recorded a live concert at Folsom Prison in California. Back in the early 1950s, while serving in the Air Force and stationed in Germany, Cash had seen a documentary on life inside the prison. This inspired him to write the song "Folsom Prison Blues," with its haunting lines, "I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die." He included it on his debut album, With His Hot and Blue Guitar, in 1957, and began dreaming of some day playing the song live for the inmates there. In 1968, after a personnel shake up at his recording label, Cash pitched the idea to a new producer. He was enthusiastic, so the record label contacted both San Quentin and Folsom Prisons. Folsom responded first and the plans for a live concert went into motion. The band set up a two-day rehearsal nearby, along with Carl Perkins, the Statler Brothers, and June Carter. The day before the concert was to take place, a prison chaplain approached Cash, asking him if he woul ...
For all the people that claim they are the true "hardcore country music fans" I think they need to understand and respect the singers and song writers that started up the music so we can still be able to listen to it today... Hank Williams, George Jones, Ray price, Johnny Cash, June carter, Webb Pierce, Carl Perkins. If you really knew country, u would know exactly who im talking about
From the March 16, 1971 episode of The Johnny Cash Show, Johnny and June are joined by the Carter Family, the Statler Brothers, Carl Perkins and the Tennesse...
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