Intimate, All-Access Shots of Johnny Cash

Iconic images of the Man in Black by late rock photographer Jim Marshall
Photograph ©Jim Marshall courtesy of the Morrison Hotel Gallery

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The Man In Black

Jim Marshall first met Cash in 1963 in New York, while photographing for Columbia Records, and developed a friendly relationship with him and June. In addition to being requested by Cash to document the Columbia Records sessions at Folsom and San Quentin, Marshall was invited to Thanksgiving at the Cash family home one year, and was given unlimited access (the only way he would work) to the set of the Johnny Cash Show.

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