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1960

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
Hollywood Walk of Fame 02/08/1960 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  

1966

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1st Academy of Country Music Awards 01/01/1966 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Top Male Vocalist Won  

1968

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10th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/29/1968 "Jackson" Johnny Cash (himself) & June Carter Toggle Information Best Country & Western Performance, Duet, Trio Or Group Won
Johnny Cash & June Carter 1967 GRAMMY Award for Jackson Best Country & Western Performance, Duet, Trio Or Group
Johnny Cash & June Carter Won Their First GRAMMY In 1968

Johnny Cash and June Carter’s duet “Jackson” won the duo their first career GRAMMY in 1968, for the year 1967, as Best Country & Western Performance, Duet, Trio Or Group.

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2nd Country Music Association Awards 11/20/1968 *At Folsom Prison* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
2nd Country Music Association Awards 11/20/1968 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Nominated  
2nd Country Music Association Awards 11/20/1968 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated  
2nd Country Music Association Awards 11/20/1968 "Folsom Prison Blues" Toggle Information Single of the Year Won  
2nd Country Music Association Awards 11/20/1968 Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Vocal Group of the Year Won  

1969

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
11th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/12/1969 *At Folsom Prison* Toggle Information Best Album Notes Won  
11th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/12/1969 *At San Quentin* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated  
11th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/12/1969 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Record of the Year Nominated  
11th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/12/1969 "Folsom Prison Blues" Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Performance, Male Won  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Song of the Year Nominated  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Specialty Instrument of the Year - Harmonica Nominated  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Top Male Vocalist Nominated  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Single Record of the Year Nominated  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 *At Folsom Prison* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
4th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/28/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Television Personality of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 *At San Quentin* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Male Vocalist of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Single of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Vocal Group of the Year Won  
3rd Country Music Association Awards 10/15/1969 "Daddy Sang Bass" Toggle Information Single of the Year Nominated  
Mayor Beverly Briley 10/17/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Metronome Award Won  
Rockabilly Hall of Fame 11/16/1969 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  

1970

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Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans 01/01/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Horatio Alger Award Won  
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame 01/01/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  
1969 Music City News Awards 01/01/1970 The Johnny Cash Show Toggle Information TV Show of the Year Won  
1st Country Music Association Awards 01/01/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Vocal Group of the Year Nominated  
12th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/11/1970 *Nashville Skyline* by Bob Dylan Toggle Information Best Album Notes Won  
12th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/11/1970 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Performance, Male Won  
12th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/11/1970 "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Performance, Male Nominated  
5th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/13/1970 "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down" Toggle Information Song of the Year Won  
5th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/13/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won  
5th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/13/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Television Personality of the Year Won  
British Country Music Association 05/17/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won  
British Country Music Association 05/17/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Male Vocalist of the Year Won  
British Country Music Association 05/17/1970 *At San Quentin* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
British Country Music Association 05/17/1970 "A Boy Named Sue" Toggle Information Single Record of the Year Won  
4th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1970 *Hello, I'm Johnny Cash* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated  
4th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won  
4th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated  
4th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1970 Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Vocal Duo of the Year Won  

1971

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13th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/16/1971 "If I Were A Carpenter" Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Won  
6th Academy of Country Music Awards 03/22/1971 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Television Personality of the Year Won  
Gardner-Webb University 09/28/1971 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Doctor of Humanities Won  
5th Country Music Association Awards 10/10/1971 Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Vocal Duo of the Year Won  

1972

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Spirit of America Festival 02/01/1972 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Audie Murphy Patriotism Award Won  
14th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/15/1972 "If I Had A Hammer" Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated  

1974

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Religious Heritage of America 06/20/1974 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Youth Award Won  

1976

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National University 05/08/1976 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Doctorate of Humane Letters Won  
National Council of Juvenile Judges 07/13/1976 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Special Award Won  

1977

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4th American Music Awards 01/31/1977 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Award of Merit Won  

1979

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United Nations 10/18/1979 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Humanitarian Award Won  

1980

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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum 10/13/1980 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  

1981

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Governor Lamar Alexander 11/24/1981 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Pride of Tennessee Award Won  

1985

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20th Academy of Country Music Awards 05/06/1985 The Highwaymen - "Highwayman" Toggle Information Single of the Year Won  
20th Academy of Country Music Awards 05/06/1985 The Highwaymen - *Highwayman* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated  
20th Academy of Country Music Awards 05/06/1985 The Highwaymen - "Highwayman" Toggle Information Video of the Year Nominated  
19th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1985 The Highwaymen - "Highwayman" Toggle Information Music Video of the Year Nominated  
19th Country Music Association Awards 10/14/1985 The Highwaymen - "Highwayman" Toggle Information Single of the Year Won  

1986

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 The Highwaymen - "Highwayman" Toggle Information Favorite Country Video Won  
Jewish National Fund 07/07/1986 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Shalom Peace Award Won  

1987

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
29th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/24/1987 *Interviews from the Class of 55 Recording Sessions* Toggle Information Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album Won  

1988

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America's Captains of Achievement 07/02/1988 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Golden Plate Award Won  

1989

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B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League 03/30/1989 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Americanism Award Won  
1989 Music City News Awards 06/04/1989 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Living Legend Award Won  
Songwriters Guild of America 06/28/1989 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Aggie Lifetime Achievement Award Won  
7th Annual Golden Boot Awards 08/05/1989 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Golden Boot Award Won  
23rd Country Music Association Awards 10/09/1989 "That Old Wheel" Johnny Cash (himself) with Hank Williams, Jr. Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Nominated  
23rd Country Music Association Awards 10/09/1989 "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" Johnny Cash (himself) with Rosanne Cash and The Everly Brothers Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Won  

1990

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
32nd Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/21/1990 "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" Johnny Cash (himself) with Roy Acuff, Emmylou Harris, Levon Helm, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Ricky Skaggs Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated  
National Broadcasters Hall of Fame 06/03/1990 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  
24th Country Music Association Awards 10/08/1990 The Highwaymen - *Highwayman 2* Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Nominated  

1991

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
33rd Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/20/1991 The Highwaymen - *Highwayman 2* Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated  
Excellence in Media 02/21/1991 The Spoken Word New Testament Toggle Information Angel Award Won  
Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame 02/28/1991 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Honorary Member Won  
26th Academy of Country Music Awards 04/24/1991 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Pioneer Award Won  
25th Country Music Association Awards 10/01/1991 The Highwaymen - *Highwayman 2* Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Nominated  

1992

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 01/15/1992 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
Johnny Cash Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Lyle Lovett inducts Johnny Cash into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during the 1992 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and Johnny Cash gives his acceptance speech.

  • Release Date: January 15, 1992
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Johnny Cash Performs ‘Big River’ At Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 1992 Induction

Johnny Cash leads an all-star performance of his song “Big River” at the 1992 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, when Cash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

  • Release Date: January 15, 1992
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34th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1992 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information GRAMMY Legend Award Won  

1994

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
Country Radio Music Awards 06/07/1994 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Legend Award Won  
28th Country Music Association Awards 10/05/1994 "The Devil Comes Back To Georgia" Johnny Cash (himself) with Mark O'Conner, Marty Stuart, Charlie Daniels and Travis Tritt Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Nominated  

1995

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
37th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1995 *American Recordings* Toggle Information Best Contemporary Folk Album Won  
37th Annual GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1995 "The Devil Comes Back To Georgia" Johnny Cash (himself) with Mark O'Conner, Marty Stuart, Charlie Daniels and Travis Tritt Toggle Information Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated  
Mid-America Old-Time Country Music Hall of Fame 05/31/1995 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  

1996

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Kennedy Center Honors 12/08/1996 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
Johnny Cash Tribute At Kennedy Center Honors

Johnny Cash receives a tribute at the Kennedy Center Honors with a medley of his hits performed by Kris Kristofferson, Lyle Lovett, Emmylou Harris, and daughter Rosanne Cash.

  • Release Date: December 08, 1996
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1998

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
40th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 *Unchained* Toggle Information Best Country Album Won  
40th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 "I Walk The Line" Toggle Information GRAMMY Hall of Fame Award Won  
40th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 "Ring of Fire" Toggle Information GRAMMY Hall of Fame Award Won  
40th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 "Rusty Cage" Toggle Information Best Male Country Vocal Performance Nominated  

1999

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
41st Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/24/1999 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Lifetime Achievement Award Won  

2000

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
Library of Congress 04/23/2000 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Living Legend Medal Won  
35th Academy of Country Music Awards 05/03/2000 *American III: Solitary Man* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated  

2001

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
43rd Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/21/2001 "Solitary Man" Toggle Information Best Male Country Vocal Performance Won  
43rd Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/21/2001 "I Dreamed About Mama Last Night" Toggle Information Best Male Country Vocal Performance Nominated  
Autry Museum of Western Heritage 10/06/2001 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Western Heritage Award Won  

2002

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
44th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/27/2002 Various Artists - *Timeless - Hank Williams Tribute* Toggle Information Best Country Album Won  
44th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/27/2002 "Bridge Over Troubled Water" Johnny Cash (himself) with Fiona Apple Toggle Information Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated  
National Endowment for the Arts 04/22/2002 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information National Medal of Arts Won  
Americana Music Association 09/13/2002 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information "Spirit of Americana" Free Speech Award Won  
International Entertainment Buyers Association 10/08/2002 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Founders Award Won  

2003

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
45th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2003 "Give My Love To Rose" Toggle Information Best Male Country Vocal Performance Won  
45th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2003 "Temptation" Johnny Cash (himself) with June Carter Cash Toggle Information Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated  
Country Music Television Top 40 Men of Country 03/28/2003 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Number One Greatest Man of Country Won  
2003 CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards 04/07/2003 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Special Achievement Award Won  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Editing Nominated  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Video of the Year Nominated  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Male Video Nominated  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Direction Nominated  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Art Direction Nominated  
2003 MTV Video Music Awards 08/28/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Cinematography Won
Johnny Cash 2003 MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography for Hurt music video
Johnny Cash Won MTV Video Music Award For ‘Hurt’ In 2003

Johnny Cash’s music video for “Hurt” won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography.

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Americana Music Association 09/19/2003 *American IV: The Man Comes Around* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
Americana Music Association 09/19/2003 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Artist of the Year Won  
Americana Music Association 09/19/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Song of the Year Won  
37th Country Music Association Awards 11/05/2003 *American IV: The Man Comes Around* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won  
37th Country Music Association Awards 11/05/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Single of the Year Won  
37th Country Music Association Awards 11/05/2003 "Hurt" Toggle Information Music Video of the Year Won  
37th Country Music Association Awards 11/05/2003 "Tears in the Holston River" Johnny Cash (himself) with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Toggle Information Vocal Event of the Year Nominated  

2004

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
46th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/08/2004 Various Artists - *Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers* Toggle Information Best Country Album Won  
46th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/08/2004 "Hurt" Toggle Information Best Short Form Video Won  
46th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/08/2004 "Redemption Song" Johnny Cash (himself) with Joe Strummer Toggle Information Best Pop Collaboration w. Vocals Nominated  

2005

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47th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/13/2005 "Engine One-Forty-Three" Toggle Information Best Male Country Vocal Performance Nominated  

2008

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50th Annual GRAMMY Awards 02/10/2008 "God's Gonna Cut You Down" Toggle Information Best Short Form Video Won  

2011

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Gospel Music Hall of Fame 01/24/2011 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  
NME 06/02/2011 "Hurt" Toggle Information Greatest Music Video Of All Time Won  

2013

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Memphis Music Hall of Fame 11/07/2013 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Inductee Won  

2015

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49th Country Music Association Awards 11/04/2015 Johnny Cash (himself) Toggle Information Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award Won  

2018

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GRAMMY Hall of Fame 01/16/2018 *At Folsom Prison* Toggle Information Inductee Won  
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