July 12, 2006
Johnny Cash's top 10 pop hit singles.
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Johnny Cash was at the peak of his popularity while experiencing some of the lowest points in his personal life when he recorded the album At San Quentin as a followup to his smash hit At Folsom Prison. "A Boy Named Sue," written by Shel Silverstein, spent 3 weeks at #2 on the pop singles chart. It was Johnny Cash's only top 10 pop hit.
By 1958 Johnny Cash was well established as a country artist, and this is one of his hits that crossed over into the pop top 20.
This was Johnny Cash's biggest country hit single spending 10 weeks at #1. It peaked at #14 on the pop singles chart.
Johnny Cash's first #1 country single and first pop chart hit has become one of his key signature songs.
Co-written by Johnny Cash's eventual wife June Carter about their relationship, "Ring of Fire" returned Johnny Cash to the pop top 40 for the first time since 1959.
This single hit the pop top 20 while Johnny Cash was enjoying success as a television personality hosting The Johnny Cash Show.
One of Johnny Cash's biggest hits from the late 1950's.
Johnny Cash's final top 40 pop hit was a story about the common man winning a small battle against corporate greed.
Johnny Cash's raw tale of being a prison inmate was first recorded in the 1950's, but it reached its pop chart peak in its live incarnation from the landmark At Folsom Prison album.