Frazer Harrison, Getty Images With the July 16 release of Philip Anselmo's first…
- Posted on Apr 11th 2007 11:00AM by Gaylord Fields
On Tuesday, the Hendersonville, Tenn., house where Johnny and June Carter Cash had lived from more than 30 years, and where the couple created many of their indelible country classics, was reduced to cinders in a fire.
The 18-room home was purchased last year by the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb, who was in the process of renovating it. Most fans are familiar with the 13,000 sq. ft. lakeside house from its use in the 2002 video for Johnny Cash's 'Hurt.' Read the full story.