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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Bid on Johnny Cash Music Festival goodies

Posted By on Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 5:04 PM

Arkansas State University is auctioning a Fender guitar signed by musicians who played the Johnny Cash Music Festival.
  • Arkansas State University is auctioning a Fender guitar signed by musicians who played the Johnny Cash Music Festival.

Arkansas State University is auctioning an acoustic Fender guitar signed by the musicians who played the inaugural Johnny Cash Music Festival a couple weeks back.

Signatures include the Cashes - Rosanne, John Carter, Laura, Tommy and Joanne; Kris Kristofferson; George Jones; Rodney and Chelsea Crowell; Gary and Matt Morris; Jim Dailey; Darrin Vincent; Bill Miller; John Francis; Denny Strickland; and Marshall Grant, Johnny Cash's original bassist who passed away a few days after the concert.

As of 5 p.m. or so today, it was up to $1,050 after three bids. Come on Cash fans, just whip out that Mastercard and stake your claim on a piece of musical history.

Proceeds from the auction go to restoring the Cash home in Dyess.

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