Johnny Cash's longtime sidekick Bill Miller is launching a shrine to the late country music legend after filling a former upholstery factory with memorabilia and keepsakes from the Man in Black's life.
Miller's Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville, Tennessee will open later this summer (12) and feature guitars, clothing and collectibles from Cash's career, as well as handwritten lyrics.
The collection highlight is sure to be the recreated home Cash shared with his wife June Carter, which was destroyed by fire in 2006 when Bee Gees star Barry Gibb owned the property.