Johnny Cash Museum To Open In Downtown Nashville In Summer 2012
February 15, 2012 at 6:04 AM (PT)
YESTERDAY (2/14), NASHVILLE Mayor KARL DEAL, along with CASH family and friends BILL and SHANNON MILLER, held a press conference about the future home of the JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM. The museum will be located in DOWTOWN NASHVILLE at 119 Third Avenue South.
"It has been a lifelong dream of mine to showcase JOHNNY CASH’s life and career in a world-class exhibit for all his fans from around the world to enjoy,” said founder BILL MILLER. “Today we take the first step in making that dream a reality by announcing the birth of the JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM, a world-class attraction opening in DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. This venue will feature the world's largest, most comprehensive and important collection of CASH artifacts and memorabilia anywhere in the world. I am honored that JOHNNY’s children and family have joined us in enthusiastically supporting our project by sharing their precious artifacts with his fans."
The JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM is projected to open its doors in SUMMER 2012. The museum will contain the collection of MILLER’s and pieces from friends, colleagues and family members including his daughters, son and siblings.
To stay updated on the museum and JOHNNY CASH, visit www.johnnycash.com.