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1. Where was Johnny Cash born?
2. What song, recorded in 1955, was Johnny's first charted record?
3. In June 1956 Johnny had his first number one hit on the Billboard Country charts and his first entry into the US pop charts. With which song?
4. In the 1950s Johnny cash had five records make Number one on the Billboard Country chart. "I Walk The Line", "There You Go", "Guess Things Happen That Way" and "Ballad Of A Teenage Queen" were four of his number ones. Which record was the fifth Number one of the 1950s for Johnny Cash?
5. Johnny's biggest pop hit was written by a cartoonist.
6. Johnny Cash was part of "The Million Dollar Quartet" with three other artists. Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley and which other Sun recording artist?
7. "Ring of Fire" his big worldwide, country and pop hit of 1963, was co-written by a person close to Johnny. Who was it?
8. Roseanne Cash, Carlene Carter, Benny Carter and Tommy Cash are all related to Johnny Cash.
9. Johnny had his own TV show in the late '60s, which was screened on the ABC network. What was this series called?
10. Johnny appeared from 1985 with three other country heroes as The Highwaymen. Along with Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, which other Country music legend made up The Highwaymen?
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