The Johnny Cash Show: Season 2, Episode 16

The History of Country Music: Part 1 (21 Jan. 1971)

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Roy Acuff performs "Wabash Cannon Ball". Eddy Arnold sings "You Don't Know Me" & Portrait of My Woman". Carl Perkins sings "Blue Suede Shoes". Marty Robbins sings "The Master's Call". Buck ... See full summary »

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Bill Anderson ...
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Lynn Anderson ...
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Chet Atkins ...
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Mother Maybelle Carter ...
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Patsy Cline ...
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Homer & Jethro ...
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Roy Acuff performs "Wabash Cannon Ball". Eddy Arnold sings "You Don't Know Me" & Portrait of My Woman". Carl Perkins sings "Blue Suede Shoes". Marty Robbins sings "The Master's Call". Buck Owens performs "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" & "Tall Dark stranger". Buck & the Buckaroos do "Train Whistle Blues". Merle Haggard sings "Snow" & "Mule Skinner Blues". Johnny sings "Ring of Fire", "Gone Again" & "The Prisoner's Song". Also includes filmed performances by Patsy Cline, Johnny Horton and Jimmie Rodgers. Written by VTC

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Portrait of a Woman
Performed by Eddy Arnold
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