Johnny Cash Boyhood Home


Dr. Ruth Hawkins of Arkansas State University called in to Bill On The Road to talk about the massive restoration project that brought back Johnny Cash’s boyhood home to  life.  The home he  lived in until  he was 18 is now open to the public in Dyess, Arkansas which is just outside of Jonesboro.  Dr Hawkins explained why the project was important and how many people from all over the world have been coming to see the house.

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Bill is a travel journalist, broadcaster and freelance writer based in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bill travels all across the country doing positive stories, highlighting people and places making America great. He's the host of the weekly Rediscover America podcast and author of the new book 100 Things To Do In America Before You Die! Bill enjoys parks, talking to strangers, eating medium-rare steaks, playing Pickleball and telling good jokes.