Before They Were Famous: Country Stars’ Worst Jobs
They may be stars now, but some of country music's most popular performers really paid their dues in their early days.
48 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Earns No. 1 Hit With ‘A Boy Named Sue’
On Aug. 23, 1969, Johnny Cash earned a No. 1 hit with his song "A Boy Named Sue," from his 'At San Quentin' album.
Cash Children Speak Out After Johnny Cash T-Shirt Spotted on Charlottesville Protester
A photo of a protester at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., wearing a Johnny Cash T-shirt has angered the country icon's children.
50 Country Songs Everyone Must Hear Before They Die
The Boot rounds up a list of 50 country, Americana, alt-country, bluegrass and folk songs that everyone should hear at least once in their lifetime.
61 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Makes His Grand Ole Opry Debut
On July 7, 1956, Johnny Cash made his debut on the Grand Ole Opry -- and the day he met his future wife, June Carter.