Johnny Cash, Greystone Chapel, 1968
© Jim Marshall Photography LLC

Johnny Cash, Greystone Chapel, 1968

By Jim Marshall
About the image

Johnny Cash prays inside Folsom Prison's Greystone  Chapel prior to his historic show there on January 13, 1968. During the performance, Cash sang a version of "Greystone Chapel," written by one of the inmates, Glen Sherley.  

"He cared about the prisoners a lot. He cared about the conditions and tried to help improve them." - Jim Marshall 

Release Notes:
This is a Limited Edition Estate Photograph produced by Jim Marshall Photography LLC in one size only. Each Estate edition is carefully selected from Jim's massive personal archive of over 1 million negatives. There is intentionally no crossover with any previously available photographs that Jim produced during his lifetime.

Collector's Notes:
Jim Marshall's Estate Photographs are printed to order in San Francisco. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each museum-quality photograph will be hand-numbered, and bears the official estate seal on the reverse.

Buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery.

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Johnny Cash, Greystone Chapel, 1968
Johnny Cash, Greystone Chapel, 1968