John Carter Cash, who recently published the book “House of Cash: The Legacies of My Father, Johnny Cash,” spoke with Fox News’ Fox411 about his father, the legendary Johnny Cash, and the purpose of the book. Here is an excerpt:
“I think a lot of people see [my father] as a dark foreboding figure, and very cool. He was always cool, his charisma was powerful, but he was also a very gentle, loving, kind man. He was more focused on spiritual matters than I think a lot of people realize. His faith was paramount to him throughout his whole life … He was not just a songwriter. He was a painter, a sketcher, a poet. He was a scholar; he studied the Bible more than anything. It became my mission to share these aspects of my dad.”
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