Music legend Johnny Cash would have turned 84 this month. Bill and Shannon Miller, founders of the Johnny Cash Museum, plan to celebrate his legacy by throwing a two-day birthday bash (Feb. 26-27) that will include musical performances, trivia contests, meet and greets, jam sessions and other events for fans of the Man in Black.
A number of guests are slated to appear at the museum throughout the weekend, including Cash’s drummer, W.S. Holland, recording engineers David Ferguson and Jack Grochmal, Tommy Cash, Joanne Cash Yates and others. Tickets start at $55 and can be purchased at JohnnyCashBirthday.com.
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