Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash, Carnegie Hall, 1968 | Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash had formed a mutual admiration society even before they met in the early 1960s.  When the young Dylan arrived on the scene in 1962, Cash was impressed. Cash wrote the young Dylan a fan letter, and they began corresponding.

Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan Carnegie Hall One now a Nobel Laureate, the other may well have told them where to stick it.

Johnny Cash ~ Nashville ~ 1962

Johnny Cash at the Hollywood Bowl June S) He has to be the greatest man to ever live. He saved my life in so many ways. He taught me to get back up when life throws you down. You need to stand on your own two feet with no one's help but your own

Rolling Stone, January 16, 1986

Back on the Road: Tom Petty Teams Up with New Pal Bob Dylan

Tom Petty and Bob Dylan at Westwood One Studios in New York City to promote their upcoming True Confessions tour in the summer of Two of The Greats!

Keith Richard: Who The Fuck Is Mick Jagger? via Fuzzout.net

T-shirt worn by Keith Richards back in the times when the Stones were young. Features the slogan “Who the fuck is Mick Jagger?” this design not only looks cool but is also a piece of rock history!

Johnny Cash - Johnny 99 on Limited Edition Colored 180g LP

Johnny Cash - Johnny 99 on Limited Edition Colored 180g LP

Johnny Cash Johnny 99 on Limited Edition Colored LP Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios & Manufactured at RTI Colored Copies Are Limited Although he began his career as an outlaw to t

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