'Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music,' produced by John Carter Cash, will set the country legend's poems to music
From architects of the genre like Hank Williams and Jimmie Rodgers to game-changers Garth Brooks and Shania Twain
Country legend recorded the song, written by Chris Cornell, who died at 52, for his 'Unchained' album
"Gold All Over the Ground" pictures Cash family heirlooms and the grounds of the cabin where the Man in Black wrote and recorded
Song about the morning after appeared on the Man in Black's 1987 album 'Johnny Cash Is Coming to Town'
First published in Cash's 'Forever Words,' "Gold All Over the Ground" appears on Paisley's new album 'Love and War'
"That one show left an impression on me I will never forget," says the guitarist, who died April 9th at 75
Musician who replaced Luther Perkins in Tennessee Three played with Cash for nearly 30 years
Classic 1970 clip features Cash singing traditional tune with country-pop star Jimmie Rodgers
Man in Black got his start at Sun Records, but there's more to the man and the myth
A timeline of key moments in the history of the legendary Memphis studio, from sessions by Elvis Presley to Elle King
In an unearthed, intimate 2007 interview, the "Branded Man" singer-songwriter recalled his friendship with Cash and his time behind bars
A new book, 'Forever Words: The Unknown Poems,' collects 41 of the singer's compositions
Producer Rick Rubin and Marty Stuart recall the story of the Man in Black's mesmerizing 1996 album
As country music's biggest night celebrates its golden anniversary, we recall some of its many incredible moments