(Johnny) Cash Cabin Studio

On what would have been Johnny Cash’s 82nd birthday, I joined WPLN/NPR’s Blake Farmer at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, TN to interview Johnny and June’s son John Carter Cash, discussing the forthcoming Out Among the Stars, due out March 25th. The album is a collection of recently unearthed material recorded by his parents in the early 1980’s.

Read/listen to Blake’s piece on WPLN.org and on NPR.org and see my gallery of photos here.

Cash Cabin Studio – originally known as Cedar Hill Refuge – was a rural Tennessee log cabin where Johnny and June Carter Cash would retreat between tours. Recording gear was installed in the 90’s during the sessions for “American Recordings“, the first of several Rick Rubin-produced Johnny Cash musical endeavors.

by christopher little
Johnny Cash, 1994 – by Christopher Little

John Carter Cash, 2014 – by Stephen Jerkins

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