Intimate, All-Access Shots of Johnny Cash

Iconic images of the Man in Black by late rock photographer Jim Marshall
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Photograph ©Jim Marshall courtesy of Pocket Cash by Jim Marshall, Chronicle Books

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Johnny Cash performing in the mid 1960s.

Marshall: I first met Johnny Cash when he was hanging out with Bob Dylan at some Greenwich Village nightclub in 1962. We just hit it off. I photographed him at the Newport Folk Festivals. When I came back out to San Francisco in '64, we stayed in touch.

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