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Ten never-before-seen photos of Johnny Cash Performing At San Quentin

Johnny Cash was many different things to many different people! On a personal level, I always felt that he was the voice for the underdog and was never willing to bow down to authority. On February 24, 1969, he performed at San Quentin and the prisoners loved every second of it. 10 new photos from this day have just surfaced…Check out these never before seen images of the man in black doing his thing at San Quentin.

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