Johnny Cash – Height Weight Age Body Measurements

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Johnny Cash, born as J. R. Cash on 26 February 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas, was an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor and author. He died, at the age of 71, of complications from diabetes on 12 September 2003 at Baptist Hospital in Nashville.

Johnny Cash began playing and writing songs at the age of twelve. At the beginning of his career he sang mostly gospel songs. In 1955 he made his first recordings at Sun Records studio. Along with the distinctive sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, he became known for his deep, calm bass-baritone voice.

During his lifetime, Johnny Cash sold more than 90 million records worldwide. He is considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, and one of the best-selling musicians of all time. His genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, country and gospel.

Johnny Cash Personal Details

  • Born Name: J. R. Cash
  • Age: Died September 12, 2003 at the age of 71
  • Date of Birth: February 26, 1932
  • Birthplace: Kingsland, Arkansas, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Pisces
  • Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Actor
  • Net worth: 60 to 120 Million
  • Official Website:
  • Official Twitter:

Johnny Cash Family Tree

  • Wife name: Vivian Liberto (Divorced)
  • Wife name: June Carter
  • Children:
    • Boy: John Carter Cash
    • Daughter: Rosanne Cash
    • Daughter: Kathy Cash
    • Daughter: Cindy Cash
    • Daughter: Tara Cash
  • Father name: Ray Cash
  • Mother name: Carrie Cloveree (née Rivers)
  • Siblings:
    • Brother: Roy Cash
    • Brother: Jack Cash
    • Brother: Tommy Cash
    • Sister: Margaret Louise Cash
    • Sister: Reba Cash
    • Sister: Joanne Cash
  • Others:
    • Granddaughter name: Anna Maybelle Cash
    • Grandson name: Jack Ezra Cash
    • Grandson name: Joseph John Cash
    • Granddaughter name: Kacy Tittle
    • Grandson name: Dustin Tittle
    • Granddaughter name: Caitlin Rivers Crowell
    • Granddaughter name: Carrie Kathleen Crowell
    • Granddaughter name: Hannah Crowell
    • Granddaughter name: Chelsea Jean Crowell
    • Grandson name: Aran Thomas Schwoebel
    • Grandson name: Alexander Roland Schwoebel
    • Grandson name: Jakob William Leventhal
    • Mother-in-Law name: Maybelle Carter
    • Sister-in-Law name: Anita Carter
    • Sister-in-Law name: Helen Carter

Johnny Cash Relationship History

Below is the relationship and dating history for Johnny Cash with his past and current girlfriend details.

Johnny Cash dated:

  • Billie Jean Jones – Johnny Cash dated American musician Billie Jean Jones.
  • Vivian Liberto (July 1951-1966) – Johnny Cash dated Vivian Liberto, after meeting the 17-year-old at a roller skating rink in her native San Antonio. Three weeks later, Johnny Cash was deployed to Germany for a three-year tour. During that time, the couple exchanged hundreds of pages of love letters. A month after Johnny Cash was discharged, they were married on 7 August 1954 at St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Church in San Antonio. They had four daughters together. In 1966 Vivian Liberto filed for divorce – attributing Johnny Cash’s drug and alcohol abuse, constant touring, affairs with other women and his close relationship with June Carter as the reasons for her decision.
  • June Carter (1967-May 2003) – Johnny Cash became infatuated with June Carter after he met her backstage at the Grand Ole Opry while on tour. Thirteen years later he proposed during a live performance in London, Ontario in 1968. The couple married on 1 March 1968 in Franklin, Kentucky. They had one son together. They were married for 35 years until June Carter’s death. When Johnny Cash died four months later it was said that he died of a broken heart.

Johnny Cash Body Measurements, Weight Loss, Diet and Exercise Routine

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Johnny Cash Body Measurements

  • Height in Feet: 6′ 2″
  • Height in Centimeters: 188 cm
  • Weight in Pounds: – pounds
  • Weight in Kilogram: – kg

Johnny Cash Fun Facts

Johnny Cash Career Highlights & Awards

  • 1960 – Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • 1968 – Country Music Association: Album of the Year (At Folsom Prison)
  • 1968 – Grammy Awards: Best Country & Western Performance, Duet, Trio Or Group (Jackson, with June Carter Cash)
  • 1969 – Grammy Awards: Best Album Notes (At Folsom Prison)
  • 1969 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Vocal Performance, Male (Folsom Prison Blues)
  • 1969 – Country Music Association: Album of the Year (At San Quentin)
  • 1969 – Country Music Association: Entertainer of the Year
  • 1969 – Country Music Association: Male Vocalist of the Year
  • 1969 – Country Music Association: Single of the Year (A Boy Named Sue)
  • 1969 – Country Music Association: Vocal Group of the Year (with June Carter Cash)
  • 1969 & 1970 – Academy of Country Music: Television Personality of the Year
  • 1970 – Grammy Awards: Best Album Notes (Nashville Skyline)
  • 1970 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Vocal Performance, Male (A Boy Named Sue)
  • 1971 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal (If I Were A Carpenter, with June Carter Cash)
  • 1977 – Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • 1977 – Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • 1977 – Horatio Alger Award
  • 1980 – Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • 1985 – Academy of Country Music: Single of the Year (as part of The Highwaymen – Highwayman)
  • 1986 – American Music Awards: Favorite Country Video (Highwayman)
  • 1987 – Grammy Awards: Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Album (Interviews from the Class of 55 Recording Sessions, with Carl Perkins, Chips Moman, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison and Sam Philips)
  • 1988 – Academy of Achievement: Golden Plate Award
  • 1990 – Academy of Country Music: Pioneer Award
  • 1992 – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • 1995 – Grammy Awards: Best Contemporary Folk Album (American Recordings)
  • 1996 – Kennedy Center Honors
  • 1998 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Album (Unchained)
  • 1998 – Grammy Awards: Grammy Hall of Fame Award (I Walk The Line)
  • 1998 – Grammy Awards: Grammy Hall of Fame Award (Ring of Fire)
  • 1999 – Grammy Awards: Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2001 – Grammy Awards: Best Male Country Vocal Performance (Solitary Man)
  • 2001 – National Medal of Arts
  • 2002 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Album (awarded to various artists for contributions to Timeless, a Hank Williams Tribute album)
  • 2002 – Americana Music Association: “Spirit of Americana” Free Speech Award
  • 2003 – MTV Video Music Awards: Best Cinematography (Hurt)
  • 2003 – Americana Music Association: Album of the Year (American IV: The Man Comes Around)
  • 2003 – Americana Music Association: Artist of the Year
  • 2003 – Americana Music Association: Song of the Year (Hurt)
  • 2003 – Country Music Association: Album of the Year (American IV: The Man Comes Around)
  • 2003 – Country Music Association: Single of the Year (Hurt)
  • 2003 – Country Music Association: Music Video of the Year (Hurt)
  • 2003 – Grammy Awards: Best Male Country Vocal Performance (Give My Love To Rose)
  • 2004 – Grammy Awards: Best Country Album (awarded to various artists for contributions to Livin’, Lovin’, Losin’: Songs of the Louvin Brothers)
  • 2004 – Grammy Awards: Best Short Form Video (Hurt)
  • 2008 – Grammy Awards: Best Short Form Video (God’s Gonna Cut You Down)
  • 2011 – Gospel Music Hall of Fame
  • 2013 – Memphis Music Hall of Fame
  • Rockabilly Hall of Fame
  • NME: Greatest music video of all time (Hurt)

Johnny Cash Quotes

“Success is having to worry about every damn thing in the world, except money.”

“Sometimes I am two people. Johnny is the nice one. Cash causes all the trouble. They fight.”

“God’s the final judge for Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash too. That’s solely in the hands of God.”

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