Associated Press – http://www.ap.org/
Broke the news of unreleased track “I Am The Nation” and the story was picked up on over 1000 news outlets.
RollingStone – http://www.rollingstone.com/
**** Four Star Review
GQ – http://gq.com
Instead of hewing to the usual Behind the Music-style biopic narrative, Johnny Cash’s America, a new doc premiering tonight, puts Cash in perspective by probing his cross-party, cross-race, and cross-spiritual appeal.
People – http://www.people.com/
In the spoken word track – which was found in the iconic singer’s personal belongings after his death in 2003 at the age of 71 – Cash speaks poetically about America’s diversity and the fundamentals of freedom.
MSN.com Entertainment News – http://www.msn.com/
While the doc is quite cool (you can see Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow and Snoop Dogg, among others, talk about Cash’s take on politics), one of the bigger draws to the DVD/CD set is that it includes a never-before-heard spoken word track.
AOL’s Spinner – http://www.spinner.com/
Johnny Cash’s America manages to cover the infinitely interesting story of a national treasure, including his 40-year music career and an even longer, richer personal life. The purpose: to explore the influences that impacted his music and in turn, how his music impacted the nation.