Southern SoundsMay 31, 2013
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Since the days of "Hey, Porter," his first hit song, Johnny Cash has entertained generations of country music fans. Now, with the opening of Nashville’s Johnny Cash Museum, those fans have a place to pay tribute to the Man in Black. The hundreds of items in the museum, which range from a young Cash’s Future Farmers of America card to the handwritten lyrics for the last song that he ever wrote, come almost entirely from one man: museum founder Bill Miller, who has spent most of his life collecting Johnny Cash memorabilia. We caught up with Miller to ask him a few questions about his career as a collector, his friendship with Cash, and the long-awaited museum opening.