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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Johnny once consider selling when he and June had financial problems?
(a) His tour bus.
(b) The house at Port Richey.
(c) His Jamaican home.
(d) His camper.
2. Two songs that were controversial for their direct messages were "Ira Hayes" and _______________.
(a) Trail of Tears.
(b) Cherokee Sundown.
(c) Apache Tears.
(d) A Boy Named Sue.
3. Who was the only son born to Johnny and June?
(a) James Carter.
(b) John Carter.
(c) Philip Carter.
(d) Matthew Carter.
4. Who uses the video "Gospel Land" in his/her ministry?
(a) Oral Roberts.
(b) Billy Graham.
(c) Joyce Meyer.
(d) Robert Schuller.
5. Who did Johnny think was one of the most influential people in country music?
(a) Tammy Wynette.
(b) Dolly Parton.
(c) Faron Young.
(d) Maybelle Carter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was Johnny skeptical of Rick Rubin at first?
2. What vehicle did Johnny drive around Bon Aqua?
3. How did the person in #106 die?
4. What was unique about the recording in #130?
5. Where did Johnny go once to commit suicide?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Johnny say about his first wife, Vivian's, opinion of his musician's lifestyle?
2. What were the two events that included fire and explosions that could have ended Johnny's life?
3. What is Bon Aqua and what was the legend associated with it?
4. What did Johnny say about meeting four U.S. Presidents?
5. What two Carter family buildings were located in Port Richey, Florida?
6. When and where did Johnny first come in contact with the Carter family?
7. What did Johnny do on stage during a concert he played with June Carter in 1961 and what was the state of their relationship after that?
8. Describe Johnny's feelings regarding a near-death experience in 1988.
9. How long had the Carter family been playing together and what was their code about playing without the others?
10. What was Johnny's experience at the Betty Ford Clinic and how did he face his substance addiction every day afterward?
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