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An Incomplete Cash: Walking into a ring of fire

By Steve Beard November 18, 2005, National Review Looking back on it now, it’s rather ironic that Johnny Cash scored such a major hit with the song “Walk the Line.” “I keep a close watch on this heart of mine … Continue reading

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Stray Cat Patron Saint: Brian Setzer leans on St. Jude

By Steve Beard January 7, 2004, National Review In the early 1980s, Stray Cats front man Brian Setzer stood up in the moshpit of the punk-rock/new-wave revolution and daringly waved a big, greasy flag for rockabilly. Reviving 1950s-inspired rock ‘n’ … Continue reading

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The Man Came Around: Johnny Cash’s search for Heaven.

By Steve Beard September 15, 2003, National Review “We’ve seen the secret things revealed by God/ And we heard what the angels had to say/ Should you go first, or if you follow me/ Will you meet me in Heaven … Continue reading

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