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Johnny Cash Festival Set For Jonesboro

09:01 AM Saturday 7/13/13 |   |

The third annual Johnny Cash Music Festival is set for next month at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.

Vince Gill is headlining the Aug. 17 event, which raises money for the restoration of Cash’s boyhood home in Dyess. The show will also feature the Gatlin Brothers, Jimmy Fortune and Joanne Cash Yates.

The festival also funds scholarships in Cash’s name for students at ASU.

  • Johnny Cash

    Performing at a benefit concert in Central Park in New York.
    May 23, 1993

    (AP Photo)

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Gatlin says he’s grateful that the event will raise money for students who can’t afford college. He says Cash and his late wife June Carter Cash are “smiling down from heaven” because of it.


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