Nashville, the country music capital of the world, is getting yet another reason for music fans to make their way to the city: a Johnny Cash Museum is in the planning stages and is looking to become the permanent home for over 1,000 Cash-related items.
Downtown Nashville is getting another stop on its already long list of pilgrimage sites for music fans.
Already home to the Ryman Auditorium, the Bluebird Cafe and a host of country western dreams on Music Row, Nashville will be home to the Johnny Cash Museum, which has plans to be home to the world's largest collection of memorabilia dedicated to the Man in Black.
Sanctioned by the Cash family, the museum is the brainchild of Cash biographer and archivist Bill Miller, who will fill the museum with his own collection of artifacts from the singer's life.
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