born this day: johnny cash

"Johnny had an edge. When John walked in a room, you knew he was there. There was a hint of danger, but I don't think he was a violent man. You just knew he was there. He had a presence that very few artists have. I think it shows in the photographs. He didn't suffer fools gladly. He kept a close bunch of friends that were very tight to him. The people who loved him, loved him fiercely, and vice versa. His wife, June Carter, was his lifeline. I remember when they got back together, about a year before the Folsom concerts. He stopped doing drugs. June kept him off the drugs and saved his life. I think the day she died, he died."  - Jim Marshall Source

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