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Johnny Cash's relatives have organized a music festival celebrating the late rock 'n' roll icon's life to raise funds for a museum and the restoration of his childhood home in Arkansas.
The late singer's blue denim jumpsuit sells for $50,000 while a guitar he used to write the first four lines of his track 'I Walk The Line' made another $50,000.
The daughter of the country legend reveals that if it wasn't because of his health, the star would make 'a public statement against the war.'
This week's highest debut on the U.S. albums chart is Johnny Cash's posthumous album 'American VI: Ain't No Grave' which enters at No. 3.