Johnny Cash’s live album ‘Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison’ is in the top five albums ever release countdown, but it was also a comeback album for Cash. The record was released in 1968 when Johnny’s career was taking a downturn because of drugs and he wanted to turn things around and clean-up his act.
Brett Eldridge was in concert when he noticed a 7 year old fan, Kiersten, holding her pink Tinkerbelle guitar. He surprised her by calling her up on stage to play lead guitar on their next song, Night Moves by Bob Seger
From everyone I have talked to about the Taste of Country Music Festival at Hunter Mountain, New York, it is a fantastic 3 day event. People that have been there last year say it was beyond the expectations. The 2014 version is coming soon.
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