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Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Gets Preview Before Opening August 16

The Johnny Cash Boyhood Home and Administration Building in Dyess, AR were open for the first time to a select audience on Friday.

Johnny’s siblings, Joanne and Tommy Cash, said they could not be more honored that so many people worked hours, weeks and months to bring their home back to life.

“I’m speechless,” Joanne Cash said. “There’s no words to put together to express how we feel. It’s like going back in time. They say you can’t go back, but Tommy and I have been able to go back today.”

Tommy and Joanne are not the only ones who can take a trip down memory lane. People from around the world will be able to read, listen and look at this Dyess history when the buildings open to the public Aug. 16.

Read more at KAIT8.com.

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