Hall of Fame

  • Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame - (Inducted 1977)
  • Songwriters Hall of Fame - (Inducted 1977)
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum - (Inducted 1980)
  • Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame - (Inducted 1992)
  • Rockabilly Hall of Fame - (Inducted 1999)
  • Hit Parade Hall of Fame - (Inducted 2007)
  • Gospel Music Hall of Fame - (Inducted 2011)
  • Memphis Music Hall of Fame - (Inducted 2013)

 Grammy Awards

  • 1967: Best Country & Western Performance Duet, Trio or Group for Jackson
  • 1968: Best Album for Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
  • 1968: Best Country Vocal Performance, Male for" Folsom Prison Blues"
  • 1968: Grammy - Jackson
  • 1969: Best Country Vocal Performance,male for "A Boy Named Sue"
  • 1970: Grammy - Best Album Notes: Nashville Skyline
  • 1970: Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for If I Were a Carpenter
  • 1985: Best Country Song Highwayman
  • 1986: Best Spoken Word Recording for "Interviews from the Class of 55
  • 1991: Legend Award
  • 1994: Best Folk Album  for American Recordings
  • 1997: Best Country Album for Unchained
  • 1999: Grammy - Lifetime Achievement
  • 2000: Best Male Country Vocal Performance for "Solitary Man"
  • 2002: Grammy - Shared for Best Country Album
  • 2002: Best Male Country Vocal  Performance for "Give My Love to Rose"
  • 2004: Best Short Form Music Video Hurt Mark Romanek, Video Director

 Bmi Songwriter Awards

  • 1956: Folsom Prison Blues
  • 1956: I Walk the Line
  • 1956: So Doggone Lonesome
  • 1957: Next in Line
  • 1957: Train of Love
  • 1958: Big River
  • 1958: Come in Stranger
  • 1958: Home of the Blues
  • 1958: It's a Little More Like Heaven Where You Are
  • 1959: All over Again
  • 1959: Don't Take Your Guns to Town
  • 1959: I Got Stripes
  • 1959  What Do I Care
  • 1959: Luther's Boogie
  • 1964: Understand Your Man
  • 1969: Folsom Prison Blues
  • 1969: Daddy Sang Bass

Bms Songwriter Award

  • 1957: There You Go

SESAC Songwriting and Publishing Awards

 Cash Box Awards

  • 1956: Most Promising Male Vocalist
  • 1957: Most Programmed Male Country Vocalist
  • 1958: Most Programmed Male Country Artist
  • 1959: Male Country Vocalist of the Year

Billboard Awards

 American Music Awards

  • 1976: Special Merit Award
  • 1986: Favorite Video Group  Highwayman

 Country Music Association Awards

  • 1969: Entertainer of the Year
  • 1969: Single of the Year: A Boy Named Sue
  • 1969: Album of the Year: Johnny Cash at San Quentin
  • 1969: Vocal Duo of the Year: Johnny & June Cash
  • 1969: Founding President's Award
  • 1970: Album of the Year: Johnny Cash at San Quentin
  • 1970: Entertainer of the Year
  • 1972: Entertainer of the Year
  • 1980: C.M.A. Hall of Fame Inductee
  • 2003: Single of the Year- (Awarded to Artist and Producer): "Hurt" by Johnny Cash
  • 2003: Album of the Year- (Awarded to Artist and Producer):American IV
  • 2003: Video of the Year- (Awarded to Artist and Director): "Hurt" by Johnny Cash

 Academy of Country Music Awards

  • 1985: Single of the Year for Highwayman
  • 1990: The Pioneer Award

 Other Industry Awards

  • 1969: Metronome's Man of the Year
  • 1970: Record World's Album of the Year for Johnny Cash at San Quentin
  • 1970: Record World's Country Artist of the Decade
  • 1970: Music Operators of America Man of the Year
  • 1970: Newspaper Entertainment  Assoc. Man of the Year
  • 1972: Dove Awards Album Liner Notes
  • 1972: Listen Magazine's Man of the Year
  • 1985: A.s.c.a.p.  Tennessee Flat Top Box
  • 1988: R.i.a.a. Multi-platinum Album: Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
  • 1989: Music City News The Living Legend Award
  • 1989: Songwriters' Guild of America's Aggie Award,hall of Fame Inductee
  • 1994: Guitar Player Magazines' Best Country Guitar LP for American Recordings
  • 1995: N.a.m.m.i.e. : Best Folk Album Award for American Recordings
  • 1996: Rolling Stones's Best Country Artist
  • 1998: National Academy of Songwriters Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 1998: CLIO Music Adaptation for Nissan"assembly Line"
  • 1999: N.a.r.a.s. Memphis Chapter's Premier Player Award
  • 1999: C.c.m.a. Living Legend Award
  • 1999: N.a.m.m.i.e. Heritage Award
  • 2003: MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography for "Hurt
  • 2003: Cmt Flameworthy Special Achievement Award
  • 2003: Americana Award:  Artist of the Year
  • 2003: Americana Award: Song of the Year "Hurt
  • 2003: Americana Award: Album of the Year "American Iv  The Man Comes Around

 Other Awards

  • 1971: Honorary Doctorate of Humanities at Garner Webb University
  • 1972: Audie Murphy Patriotism Award for Spirit of America Festival
  • 1975: International Film & Television Festival of New York's

Bronze Award for Ridin' the Rails

  • 1976: Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's Star on the Walk of Fame
  • 1976: American Medical Assoc. Special Merit Award
  • 1976: Honorary Doctorate  of Humane Letters at National University
  • 1977: The Horatio Alger Award
  • 1979: United Nations Humanitarian Award
  • 1979: Arkansas Broadcasters Assoc.'s The Arkansasn of the Year
  • 1979: Youth for Christ Man of the Year
  • 1981: National Assoc. For Continuing Education President's Award
  • 1986: Jewish National Fund's Shalom Peace Award
  • 1995: Country Weekly Magazine: favorite All Time Male Vocalist
  • 1996: Kennedy Center Honors Lifetime Contribution to American Culture
  • 1996: Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame President's Award
  • 1996: Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Entertainers Award
  • 1997: Playboy Music Poll Hall of Fame
  • 2001: The Autry Museum's Western Heritage Award
  • 2002: National Medal of Art
  • 2003: Fourth Recipient of the Irving Waugh Award of Excellence.

Presented on the 37th Annual Country Music Association Awards

  • 1964 - Ring of Fire Best of Johnny Cash
  • 1964 - I Walk the Line
  • 1970 - Hello I'm Johnny Cash
  • 1970 - The World of Johnny Cash
  • 1970 - The Johnny Cash Show
  • 1985 - The Highwayman With Waylon Jennings 'Kristofferson and Willie Nelson
  • 2003 - American Iv: The Man Comes Around

 Johnny Cash's Gold Albums

 

 Johnny Cash Platinum Albums

  • 1967 - Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Volume #1 (2 Million Sold)
  • 1968 - Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (2 Million Sold)
  • 1967 - Johnny Cash at San Quentin (2 Million Sold)
  • 1995 - The Johnny Cash Collection Greatest Hits Vol #2 (1 Million Sold)
  • 2005 - 16 Biggest Hits  Johnny Cash (2 Million Sold)

 No. 1 Songs

Johnny Cash  Cash Logged 14 No. 1

Billboard Hits Listed Here by Song, Date First Charted and Weeks at No. 1

  • I Walk The Line - (June 9, 1956 Six Weeks)
  • There You Go - (Dec. 22, 1956 Five Weeks)
  • Ballad of a Teenage Queen - (Jan. 20, 1958 10 Weeks)
  • Guess Things Happen That Way - (May 26, 1958  Eight Weeks)
  • Don't Take Your Guns to Town - (Jan. 19, 1959 Six Weeks)
  • Ring of Fire - (June 8, 1963 Seven Weeks)
  • Understand Your Man - (Feb. 22, 1964  Six Weeks)
  • Folsom Prison Blues (Live Version)  - (June 1, 1968  Four Weeks)
  • Daddy Sang Bass  - (Dec. 7, 1968  Six Weeks)
  • A Boy Named Sue  - (July 26, 1969  Five Weeks)
  • Sunday Morning Coming down  - (Sept. 5, 1970  Two Weeks)
  • Flesh and Blood  - (Dec. 19, 1970  One Week)
  • One Piece At A Time  - (April 10, 1976  Two Weeks)
  • Highwayman (by The Highwaymen)

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