Tommy Cash

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
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Decades: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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5 April 1940, Dyess, Arkansas, USA. Cash is the younger brother of Johnny Cash. He originally intended to be a basketball player. In the US armed forces in Germany, he presented AFN radio’s Stickbuddy Jamboree. Back in the USA, he worked in radio, managed his brother’s music publishing company and then recorded his first single for Musicor, ‘That’s Where My Baby Used To Be’. He also released ‘Tobacco Road’ and ‘Jailbirds Can’t Fly’ on United Artists Records. Over at Epic in 1969, he had his biggest success in the US country charts with ‘Six White Horses’, a tribute to the Kennedys and Martin Luther King. Almost as successful were ‘Rise And Shine’ written by Carl Perkins, and ‘One Song Away’. He also holds the highest placing (number 16) in the US country charts for a version of ‘I Recall A Gypsy Woman’. He won a BMI award for his composition ‘You Don’t Hear’, a...

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