Cash's Childhood Home To Join National Historic Register?

The childhood home of Johnny Cash sits 30 miles outside of Nashville, Tennessee in Dyess, Arkansas. Constructed in 1934 the home and its 40 acres of farmland were given to the Cash’s during the Great Depression.

The property was restored in 2011 by the University of Arkansas and opened its doors in 2015 as a tourist attraction. The house also made in appearance in the film, I Walk The Line.”

This week it will be voted on whether or not the house should be considered a national landmark, with the final decision going to the National Park Service.

In case you missed it! Cash’s 2003 box set, “Unearthed,” was just rereleased as a deluxe vinyl package. The set includes 79 songs and a 60-page coffee table book featuring never before seen photos of Cash.

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