Country Singer — Tommy Cash

Tommy Cash American brother Johnny Cash (born 5 April 1940 in Arkansas) is a singer.


Cash was born in Arkansas and is one of seven children to 8 years of difference with Johnny. At school, he formed his first band, and of leaving school enlisted in the army; inside was “American Forces Radio Network” disc jockey.

Following military Cash is gathered with Hank Williams Jr. and recorded an album low label Musicor Records in 1965, one year later joined United Artists and lost the top 40 country in 1968 with The Sounds of Goodbye in late 1969 in stamp albums record Epic Records got their biggest hits like a song dedicated to John f. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King titled Six White Horses, in 1970 won a pair of top 10 songs with One Song Away and Rise and Shine and best 20 with I Recall a Gypsy Woman.

Cash continues to make tours around the world.

Cash was the House of his brother Johhny in Hendersonville, Tennessee which sold early in 2006 to the Bee Gees Barry Gibb

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