Many of us remember the inspirational and thought-provoking music of Johnny Cash. The Man in Black, as he was fondly called, is back. Memories of the beloved entertainer abound at a FREE local museum exhibition.
1968: A Folsom Redemption is a candid photography exhibition covering a critical juncture in the career of Johnny Cash, one of the 20th century’s most beloved performers.
This collection of photographs and memories was captured by two journalists, photographer Dan Poush and writer Gene Beley, who both witnessed the historic Johnny Cash concerts at Folsom Prison in Northern California. Cash’s resulting album, “At Folsom Prison,” was released four months after the concert in 1968 to critical and popular acclaim.
The “1968: A Folsom Redemption” exhibit will be on view June 20 – August 13 at Chandler Museum.
Chandler Museum is located at 300 S. Chandler Village Drive, Chandler, 85226.
The Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m., and closed on Mondays.
Admission is always FREE.