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Johnny Cash's awards For Folsom Prison 

RIAA GOLD SALES AWARD FOR THE ALBUM JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON

The success of Johnny Cash at San Quentin, the follow up recording to his Folsom Prison album, created an explosion in Johnny's popularity and propelled his career to the top of the international entertainment world. He won five CMA awards and was given his own television show by ABC


to commemorate sales of over 2 million copies of the Columbia long-playing record album, framed, awarded in 1987

RIAA GOLD SALES AWARD FOR "A BOY NAMED SUE" PRESENTED TO JOHNNY CASH
to commemorate the sale of more than one million copies of the Columbia Records Pop Single Record,

1969 GRAMMY NOMINATION FOR "A BOY NAMED SUE" PRESENTED TO JOHNNY CASH


Clive Davis, then president of Columbia Records, discusses Johnny Cash's record-smashing year of 1969 in his autobiography, stating that Johnny Cash had sold a staggering six and a half million albums, more than any individual artist had ever sold in one year.

To commemorate the sale of over one million copies of Columbia Records long-playing record album.

 

 

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