Although Johnny Cash's music most often falls into the country music genre, he has sang with numerous other famous stars from Jerry Lee Lewis to Tom Petty. Cash's style changed and developed over the years, and never seemed to fit into a set mold. While his music is often grouped with other country stars such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Merle Haggard he also influenced by Elvis and Bob Dylan. Check out the music player for some tunes from artists that are similar to Cash.
Around 1985, Cash joined with fellow singers Kris Kristoferson, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings to form the musical group The Highwaymen. They performed together for 10 years, until 1995.
The following are the recording we have available at the Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives. Click on the link to see the catalog record! To find records, either type in "Cash, Johnny" in the author field, or the name or the record in the title field.
Check out this documentary on the Highwaymen from CMT (Country Music Television).
Check out the BG library catalog for more information on the rest of The Highwaymen. Search by subject to find materials about them and search by author to find materials by the artists. Also, these websites may be of interest.