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Author of the story, Johnny is a singer and songwriter very popular throughout the 1950s, '60s and '70s, though he himself says that he faded into obscurity in the 1980s only to make a comeback in the 1990s. He is called several names, including J.R. by a few of his friends, especially those who know him as a child and Johnny Cash to his fans. June calls him John except when he's "paranoid or belligerent," at which time she calls him "Cash." Johnny is, by his own admission, an egomaniac. He admits to battling addictions at several points of his life. Johnny is a self-confident person in front of the thousands who pay to see him perform, but says that he is shy when meeting with the inevitable few people backstage at his concerts. By his own admission, Johnny says that he was...

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