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Overview

Johnny Cash started out his singing career with a record group called Sun Records. His first single with them was "Cry, Cry, Cry" released in 1955. At this time he played with a group called the Tennesse Two. Johnny Cash's first album was Johnny Cash with His Hot & Blue Guitar. Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two then left Sun, and signed with Columbia in 1958. Even after his departure, Sun Records continued to release Cash's work.

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