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Tommy Cash in 1969
|Born|| (1940-04-05) April 5, 1940
Dyess, Arkansas, U.S.
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer, songwriter|
|Associated acts||Johnny Cash|
Tommy Cash (born April 5, 1940) is an American musician, singer and songwriter. His elder brother was Johnny Cash.
Cash was born in Dyess, Arkansas in 1940, the youngest of four sons and three daughters of Ray and Carrie (Rivers) Cash (one of whom was Johnny Cash, born eight years earlier). He formed his first band in high school. After high school graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, and worked as a DJ for the American Forces Radio Network.
After the Army, Cash played with Hank Williams Jr., and eventually gained a record deal from Musicor Records in 1965. A year later, he joined United Artists Records and just missed the Country Top 40 in 1968 with "The Sounds of Goodbye."
In late 1969, while on Epic Records, he delivered his biggest hit, a tune dedicated to John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., entitled "Six White Horses". 1970 saw a pair of Top Ten singles, "One Song Away" and "Rise and Shine", written by Carl Perkins. Cash's final top 20 hit, "I Recall a Gypsy Woman", was released in 1973.
Cash continues to record albums and perform concerts around the world.
Cash is a licensed realtor in Tennessee, and an agent with Crye-Leike Real Estate Services in Nashville. He was listing agent for the sale of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash's home in Hendersonville, Tennessee after they both died in 2003.
|1968||Here's Tommy Cash||United Artists|
|1969||Your Lovin' Takes the Leavin' Out of Me||44||Epic|
|1970||Six White Horses||18|
|Rise and Shine||37|
|The American Way of Life|
|1972||The Best of Tommy Cash Volume 1||43|
|1975||Only a Stone||Elektra|
|1978||The New Spirit||Monument|
|All Around Cowboy||51-West|
|1990||25th Anniversary Album||Playback|
|1993||Let an Old Racehorse Run|
|1996||Solid Gold Country||Crazy Country|
|1999||The Very Best of Tommy Cash||Collectables/Sony Music Special Products|
|Tribute to My Brother|
|Rise and Shine|
|2008||Rise And Shine / Six White Horses||Omni Recording Group/Sony Music Australia|
|Shades of Black||InLight Records|
|Fade to Black: Memories of Johnny|
|US Country||CAN Country|
|1965||"I Guess I'll Live"||—||—||singles only|
|"I Didn't Walk the Line"||—||—|
|1966||"Along the Way"||—||—|
|"All I've Got to Show"||—||—||Here Comes Tommy Cash|
|1967||"Jailbirds Can't Fly"||—||—|
|"I'm Not the Boy I Used to Be"||—||—|
|1968||"The Sounds of Goodbye"||41||17||single only|
|1969||"Your Lovin' Takes the Leavin' Out of Me"||43||—||Your Lovin' Takes the Leavin' Out of Me|
|"Six White Horses"A||4||1||Six White Horses|
|1970||"Rise and Shine"||9||8||Rise and Shine|
|"One Song Away"||9||—|
|"The Tears on Lincoln's Face"||36||—|
|1971||"So This Is Love"||20||28||Cash Country|
|"I'm Gonna Write a Song"||28||—|
|"Roll Truck Roll"||67||—||The American Way of Life|
|1972||"You're Everything"||32||—||The Best of Tommy Cash Volume 1|
|"That Certain One"||22||34|
|1973||"Workin' on a Feelin'"||37||30||singles only|
|"I Recall a Gypsy Woman"||16||—|
|"She Met a Stranger, I Met a Train"||21||42|
|1974||"Will the Circle Be Unbroken"||—||—|
|"Roller Coaster Ride"||—||—|
|1975||"The One I Sing My Love Songs To"||58||—||Only a Stone|
|"Only a Stone"||—||—|
|1976||"Broken Bones"||94||—||singles only|
|1976||"She Is Beautiful"||—||—|
|"She Still Has That Look in Her Eyes"||—||—|
|"King for a Day"||—||—|
|1977||"The Cowboy and the Lady"||63||—||The New Spirit|
|"Reach Out"||—||—||single only|
|1978||"Take My Love to Rita"||98||—||The New Spirit|
|1979||"I'd Be Better Off Alone"||—||—||singles only|
|"When the Lovin' Starts"||—||—|
|1982||"(I Used to Want to Be a) Cowboy"||—||—|
|1983||"My Mother's Other Son" (w/ Tommy Jennings)||—||—|
|1987||"Radio Lover"||—||—||single only|
|1990||"Hank and George, Lefty and Me" (w/ George Jones)||—||—||25th Anniversary Album|
|"Guess Things Happen That Way" (w/ Johnny Cash)||—||—|
|1996||"Man of Experience"||—||—||single only|
|2009||"Ramblin' Kind"||—||—||Fade to Black|
- A"Six White Horses" peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 72 on the RPM Top Singles chart in Canada.
- "Tommy Cash - Crye-Leike". Tommycah.crye-leike.com. Retrieved January 16, 2011.
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