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Johnny Cash radio spesh
Today FM's Alison Curtis is hosting a Johnny Cash-themed episode of her radio show, The Last Splash, that's not to be missed.
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 22 Feb 2007
Ms Curtis will be handing over her show to the genius of the legendary singer, and listeners can look forwardd to Cash covers by The Frames, Ron Sexsmith, Josh Ritter, Joe Chester, Delorentos, The Flaws.
The focus will be on his seminal album Folsom Prison Blues, and as such she'll be playing songs from it and interviewing Bob Wootton of Johnny's original band, The Tennessee Three.
The show will be aired from 8pm on Today FM.
The Hot Press Newsdesk
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