Country Music’s Best Opening Lyrics
Very few songs really grab the listener from line one, so we commend those that do with this countdown of the best opening lyrics in the history of country ... Blues,’ Johnny Cash He may have “shot a man in Reno just to watch him die,” but we still ...
The Killers' Brandon Flowers covers Johnny Cash songs alongside Local Natives, Father John Misty
The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers has joined ... about Johnny Cash's new posthumous release, 'Out Among The Stars'. Shot by La Blogotheque, you can watch the 16 minute long film above. In the film, Flowers says that his father introduced him to the ...
Five extraordinary pieces
Contains the celebrated line "I shot a man in Reno / Just to watch him die". Cash understood how life could come ... refusing to live his life ruled by money. Johnny Cash recorded two remarkable live albums in prisons: Folsom and San Quentin.
Johnny Cash Dies
Cash said that Phillips sent him home to come up with a sad song ... "I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die." And despite a larger-than-life voice and build, he played everyman with his basic introduction, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash," his outspoken ...
Book explores Reno lyric in Johnny Cash song
Johnny Cash's audiences waited for it -- the second verse of "Folsom Prison Blues," the line "but I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die ... by the song's Reno connection -- the "Reno line." Years later, the feeling remains and has resulted in ...