Can you name anyone in this day and age who is as cool as Johnny Cash? No, you can’t. He’s the genuine article, the real deal, and he was a badass long before most of today’s young whelps were born. Cash is feeling mighty good these days, what with an instant classic of an album, American Recordings, produced by Rick Rubin and recorded in both Cash’s own cabin in Hendersonville, Tenn., and Rubin’s Hollywood living room. There is also a renewed, almost frenzied interest in the man. Hipsters, actors and models clog his shows in the vain hope that some of the Cash mystique will rub off on them. Cash takes all this attention with his usual calm as he chats from his hotel room at Los Angeles’ Four Seasons Hotel, where he’s registered under his own damn name. “What name would I be under?” he booms. “I mean, who cares?” I just can’t picture you staying in swanky hotels like the Four Seasons.Well, where would I stay? I don’t know, I guess. . . Now, you said you discovered a whole new world of music this year. How so? Popular on Rolling Stone You recorded 70 songs. What will… Read full this story
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