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."
"Both Johnny Cash and Jim Marshall were iconoclastic artists who recognized their shared commitment to creative freedom. It is only fitting that Marshall was the sole photographer chosen by Johnny Cash to document his passion for music and its ability to lift the common man."
~Scott Goldman, GRAMMY Museum artistic director
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