When Elvis changed everything in 1954 with his recording of "That's All Right" he charted a definite path for rockabilly music. Many artists that came after Elvis followed the trail he blazed and while they each brought their own style--call them diversions from the path--they pretty much blazed ahead in the same direction that Elvis pointed them. But not Johnny Cash. The man in black may have started from the same point that Elvis did (they both got their start on Memphis' Sun Records at essentially the same time), but he didn't waste any time in proving that he wasn't going to follow anyone's path. Instead, Cash blazed a new trail all his own.
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