June Carter Comedy with Husband Carl Smith
June Carter comes out and does a little
bit of comedy with her sister, Anita, and
then-husband, Carl Smith. Then her family
joins her and they sing the song "I'm
Alright Now"; Chet Atkins plays
guitar. Note: At the time June and Carl
were separated, which may explain their
exchange at the end.
June Carter Sings With Her Family
June performs with several members of her
family that include Mother Maybelle
(guitar), Anita (bass), and Helen
(accordion). The footage appears to be
from the early 1950s from NBC's "Kate
Smith Evening Hour". Hank Williams
Roseanne Cash - I Was Watching You
Roseanne Cash wrote this song in memory of
her father Johnny Cash and her mother
Vivian. This is a part of Johnny Cash's
life that many people tend to overlook.
Even though that marriage ended in
divorce, it was the beginning of life for
his 4 daughters, Roseanne, Kathy, Cindy,
Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm
The singer performs "Get Rhythm"
with the Tennessee Two on Tex Ritters
Ranch Party TV Show. The episode most
likely aired at some point from 1955 to
Walk The Line - Get Rhythm
Learn the back story of the song "Get
Rhythm", then watch Joaquin Phoenix
perform it in the movie. Cash wrote the
song after observing the rhythm of a shoe
shine boy. The song was supposed to be
done by Elvis since he had more of a Rock
'n' Roll sound, but Cash took it and
recorded it at Sun Records. The song
appeared on the backside of the Walk the
Johnny Cash & June Carter Interview 1994
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash are
interviewed on New Zealand television
while they were there performing in 1994.
The host humorously pokes fun at the
interview set, which has been recreated to
look like Arizona. They sing
"Jackson" together at the end of
Johnny Cash and June Carter - It Ain't Me Babe
Johnny Cash and June Carter singing
"It Ain't Me, Babe". This aired
on June 7th, 1969.
Johnny Cash & June Carter, 1967, Rare Footage
This is from a show that aired on public
television in 1967 (before Johnny and June
were married and before he kicked his drug
habit). June and Johnny recite one of
June's poems and then June sings
"Foggy Mountaintop". He seems to
be a bit out of sorts.
Jackson Performed by Johnny and June Carter Cash
Johnny and June Carter Cash perform
Jackson on stage together. Johnny states
at the beginning that he "always
sings this song for June Carter."
Johnny Cash - I Still Miss Someone - At Folsom Prison
Listen to "I Still Miss Someone"
from the album "At Folsom
Prison". The album was recorded live
in 1968 in front of 2,000 inmates. The
image is from that concert.
Walk the Line - Cocaine Blues
Walk the Line movie scene from Folsom
Prison. Joaquin Phoenix sings
"Cocaine Blues". The scene was
shot on a set in downtown Memphis, not at
the real California prison.
Johnny Cash - Hurt
The Johnny Cash Hurt music video was
filmed at the Cash home on Old Hickory
Lake in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The
song is a cover of the original by Trent
Reznor and his band Nine Inch Nails.
Time's a Wastin' (Joaquin & Reese)
"Times A Wastin" song clip from
the movie Walk the Line. June Carter and
her first husband, honky-tonk singer Carl
Smith, originally sang it. June and Carl
were married from 1952 until 1956 and had
a daughter, Carlene Carter.
Walk the Line - Jackson
Joaquin and Reese perform "Jackson" in the
movie. Johnny proposed to June Carter
after singing this song on stage together,
both in real life and in the movie,
although June has said that the real
version isn't quite as dramatic as the
Johnny Cash at San Quentin - I Walk the Line
Johnny Cash singing his hit "I Walk
the Line" at San Quentin State Prison
in 1969. He wrote the song for his first
wife, Vivian Liberto. He intended it to be
a pledge of his fidelity. Here, he plays
it for the inmates after asking them what
they want to hear.
Joaquin & Reese Perform It Ain't Me Babe
Actors Joaquin Phoenix and Reese
Witherspoon perform "It Ain't Me
Babe" for the Walk the Line Movie.
This is a slideshow with their performance
as the soundtrack.
Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues 1959
Johnny Cash performs "Folsom Prison
Blues" on Town Hall Party in 1959.
Walk the Line - Folsom Prison
Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash performs
"Folsom Prison" during an audition for
producer Sam Philips. The pivotal movie
scene opened the door to stardom for Cash
and his band The Tennessee Two.
Walk the Line Movie Trailer
Watch the Walk the Line trailer for the
movie starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese
Witherspoon as singers and eventual
husband and wife Johnny Cash and June
Carter. The movie chronicles Cash's life,
from his childhood to his rise to stardom
as a successful musician.