Say goodbye to Hello, I'm Johnny Cash. February 27 is the last day to catch the Paley Center's tribute to the Man in Black. The Paley Center, formerly known as The Most Important Museum on the Planet, a.k.a. the Museum of Television & Radio, holds more classic and rare video footage than the YouTubes, and they've put together an eight-hour retrospective, including stuff that hasn't been seen since its original broadcast. See Cash imitate Elvis doing “Heartbreak Hotel” in the late '50s, his heralded return to the Grand Ole Opry after beating a raging drug habit, plus duets with June Carter, Bob Dylan, Merle Haggard, Joni Mitchell and Roy Orbison.
Feb. 1-27, 2009
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