One of the most influential artists in the history of music, Johnny Cash is celebrated with this anthology that looks back on his six-decade career, which brought the Man in Black more than 100 hit singles and 10 Grammys. From his days at Sun Records to his work with Rick Rubin, Cash was always a force of nature. With archival footage, live performances and interviews, this collection firmly underscores that there will never be another like him.
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Have you watched Johnny Cash: The Anthology yet? What did you think about it?