Saturday, February 7, 2015

The Johnny Cash Museum Announces the 2015 Johnny Cash Birthday Bash Line–Up

The Johnny Cash Museum Announces the 2015 Johnny Cash Birthday Bash Line–Up

The world renowned Johnny Cash Museum (JCM) prepares the return of the fan-favorite Johnny Cash Birthday Bash to mark his 83rd birthday this February. In a two day event kicking off February 27th, fans will be treated to appearances by Johnny Cash family members and former band members in series of activities anchored at the #1 “Must Visit Museum for Music Lovers" [Worldwide] as ranked by Conde Nast’s Traveler
"We are excited to once again celebrate Johnny's birthday at his new home in Nashville; The Johnny Cash Museum,” says Johnny Cash Museum Founder Bill Miller.  “It's a thrill for us to be able to bring his friends, family and colleagues together for this amazing and intimate celebration of his life. No other event anywhere affords fans the opportunity to get so close with those who knew Johnny best."
Throughout the celebration the following will be appearing or performing:
Tommy Cash
Joanne Cash
Johnny Western
W.S. Holland & Band
Branson on the Road
Jimmy Tittle
David Ferguson
Chance Martin
Girls of the Johnny Cash Museum
Tickets for the celebration are $55 and can be purchased online at Purchase tickets soon as the inaugural bash for Nashville sold out quickly.
The Johnny Cash Museum is currently featuring it first temporary exhibit “The Legends of Sun Records.” The exhibit, which will run through February 2016, features artifacts that spotlight Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and drummer W.S. Holland. Since its Grand Opening in May of 2013, the museum has acquired a plethora of accolades:
  • 2014 Award of Excellence - The Tennessee Association of Museums
  • Gem Rating - AAA
  • #1 Must Visit Museum for Music Lovers [Worldwide] – Conde Nast’s Traveler
  • #1 Pitch Perfect Museum [Worldwide] – National Geographic
  • 5 Nashville Must Sees – Forbes
  • 7 Great American Vacation Spots (That Won’t Bust Your Budget) – Time
  • 50 Reasons We’re Thankful to be Southern – Southern Living
  • Reason 8 of 10 why Nashville’s SoBro is the Next Great Neighborhood – Southern Living
  • 22 Reasons You Should Visit Nashville – Huffington Post
  • Top 10 Tennessee Spots for Music Lovers – Rolling Stone
  • Best Culture Stop in Nashville – Money Magazine
  • 11 Great Ideas for Nearby Fall Getaways – St. Louis Post Dispatch
  • 5 out of 5 stars – The Digital Journal
  • Top Destination in Nashville – Group Tour Magazine
  • Top 11 Hottest Museums You Need to See This Year –
  • 20 Things for 20-Somethings in Nashville – The Sudbury Star
  • Two More Reasons to Visit Nashville – The Tribune (Texas)

About The Johnny Cash Museum
Earning the AAA Gem rating, The Johnny Cash Museum experience has quickly spread around the globe with outlets like CNN, USA Today, Parade, The NY Times, The NY Post, Billboard, Vogue, Southern Living, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Yahoo, Huffington Post, London’s NME, etc. all buzzing about the attraction. You never know who you will see at the museum as celebrities like Former VP and Nobel Prize winner Al Gore, ABC Nashville cast members, ABC Dancing with The Star’s Val Chmerkovskiy, Weezer, The Mavericks, The Oak Ridge Boys, American Pickers’ Mike Wolfe and Ashton Shepherd have all been spotted at the attraction. Located at 119 Third Avenue South between Demonbreun and Broadway, the museum is en route between the tourists circulated Broadway strip and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The Johnny Cash Museum is open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM. General admission is $17 with discounts for AAA, military, senior citizen and youth (6-15).To stay updated on the museum and Johnny Cash, visit or

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