It’s hard to imagine what life would be like for the family members of the legendary Johnny Cash, but soon enough, fans will find out what it meant to have him as a father growing up.
That’s why his daughters—Cindy, Kathy, Rosanne and Tara—are all stepping up to tell their stories as the daughters of the country music icon. The women will be hosting a program, in coordination with the Country Music Hall of Fame, called ‘Becoming Our Father: Johnny Cash’s Daughters in Conversation’ to answer the hard-hitting questions regarding their childhood and personal memories they created with their father.
Conducted like that of an interview by host Peter Cooper, each of the ladies will share their past stories and moments they cherish from their time with their famous father. With their own unique experiences up in the air to discuss, they will also be able to provide attendees with an introspective look at what life was like having Johnny and June Carter Cash as their doting parents throughout the heightened fame of it all.
At the moment, fans can view special scrapbooks created by Cash himself throughout his travels while in the military. Donated by the daughters, the photographs and notes from the famed country artist give a different perspective than that of what he saw on stage. Documenting his time abroad in Europe, Cash provides another outlook into his distinctive career within the music world and even before.
The ‘Becoming Our Father: Johnny Cash’s Daughters in Conversation’ program will be held at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville on Saturday, May 27, at 2 p.m. CT in the CMA Theater.