Video by publisher reelartpress of the book "Johnny Cash at Folsom and San Quentin: Photographs by Jim Marshall."

Among Jim Marshall's most celebrated images are those of Johnny Cash's San Quentin and Folsom prison concerts, which achieved historic status.

The Grammy Museum present a stunning display of Jim's photographs of "The Man in Black," in performance and behind the scenes. The exhibit includes some of Jim's most iconic works as well as never-before-seen photos, which have been recently published in the book "Johnny Cash at Folsom and San Quentin: Photographs by Jim Marshall."

What: A panel discussion with Amelia Davis & Scott B. Bomar
Where: Grammy Museum La, 800 W. Olympic Bld., Los Angeles, CA 90015
Price: $10

Kicking off the Grammy Museum's exhibit The Prison Concerts: Folsom and San Quentin, the museum welcomes Amelia Davis (Jim Marshall's longtime assistant and the sole beneficiary of his estate) and Scott B. Bomar (author of Johnny Cash At Folsom & San Quentin) to the Clive Davis Theater, to discuss the new exhibit and the stories behind these iconic photographs.

What: Panel discussion about Johnny Cash & JIm Marshall for Americanafest 2018 attendees
Where: Westin Nashville, 807 Clark Pl., Nashville, TN

Michael Gray from the Country Music Hall of Fame moderates a ninety-minute panel discusssion about two cultural icons: Johnny Cash and his friend and photographer Jim Marshall.

The making of the Johnny Cash at Folsom tribute mural in Sacramento by Shepard Fairey. The artwork commemorates the 50th aniiversary of Johnny Cash's famed concert on the prison.

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Shepard Fairey made history with his enormous mural on the side of the Residence Inn by Marriott in downtown Sacramento, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash's famed Folsom Prison performance.