Johnny Cash was born on Feb. 26, 1932. After starting out as a young songwriter in his parents' kitchen, Cash moved out and eventually became one of the biggest names in country music. The city he would later adopt, Nashville, will soon be the home of a comprehensive new museum dedicated to Cash.

Nashville is also the home to a pair of young Canadian songwriters — Lennon (age 13) and Maisy (age nine) Stella. Otherwise known as the Stella Sisters, the pair, who grew up with their country-singing parents in Oshawa, Ont., have gone from YouTube sensations to starring on ABC's hit show Nashville.

To help CBC Music celebrate the Man in Black's legacy, we asked the Stella Sisters to perform a cover of Cash's signature songs within the hallowed halls of Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.


Joanne Cash on growing up with Johnny Cash [AUDIO SLIDESHOW]
Johnny Cash's life in four frames [COMIC]
Colin Linden, Lindi Ortega, the Stella Sisters light up Nashville 
Johnny Cash's "I've Been Everywhere" as a Google Map
Kris Kristofferson to the Louvin Brothers: When country meets gospel
From the archives: Johnny Cash on drugs, recovery, faith and marriage
The best Johnny Cash collaborations of all time
Johnny Cash's spiritual side shines on Bootleg Volume IV
Johnny Cash to Marty Robbins: Story songs in country

posted by Brad Frenette on Feb 25, 2013