Ben Smallbone

director of the documentary “Johnny Cash: Redemption of an American Icon”

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After superstar Johnny Cash attempted to take his own life, he reconnected with the faith of his youth, which guided him until he died.

How ‘the man in black’ reached redemption through religion

After superstar Johnny Cash attempted to take his own life, he reconnected with the faith of his youth, which guided him until he died.

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