Inside Johnny Cash's Boyhood Home





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Published on Nov 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!

Now it's time for something completely different! Tyler Evans has been a big part of livefastdiepoor.com from the beginning, mostly behind the camera. Now we made him jump in front of it to kick off his own series, "Tyler Evans Rock Journalist" - His channel is at: https://www.youtube.com/tylerrockjour...

So as a special treat, we get to share Tyler's first couple videos on this channel.

From Tyler,
"In the beautiful farming community of Dyess, Arkansas, we were given the rare opportunity to take a tour through the boyhood home of Johnny Cash. The folks from Arkansas State University took us on a guided walkthrough, giving us intimate access to things that won't be accessible to the public when the home becomes a museum in 2014. The house, which Ray Cash moved his family into in 1935, is a relic of rock and roll history. It's where Johnny Cash learned to sing, and its setting served as a muse for some of his most popular songs, like "Five Feet High and Rising," and "Pickin' Time." "

VERY SPECIAL THANKS to Dr. Ruth Hawkins & her team for letting us intrude on their valuable time and offer the LFDP folks a glimpse inside the restoration process

More Disneyland videos tomorrow!

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And the website! It has a bunch of amazing articles by Tyler, and of course tons of zany videos & more! http://www.livefastdiepoor.com

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