Cash John


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 (kăsh), John Known as "Johnny." 1932-2003.
American country and western singer and songwriter best known for his songs about poverty and the downtrodden, including "Folsom Prison Blues" (1956).
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The agent did not reveal if some of the cash John Boy had hidden under the decking of the spacious balcony is still in place from the show.