Please note: The videographer and editor must call attention to one name spelled wrong that so far can't be corrected as the original SD card was not kept: Robert GROSS is Robert GOSS, and is the Director of the Folsom City Parks & Recreation Department.
As usual, at any groundbreaking, there were a lot of Folsom, CA. politicians on hand to give speeches about why they were dedicating a bike-pedestrian trail to singer Johnny Cash, who is not famous for riding bicycles. But it was the singer's daughter, Cindy Cash, who stole the show by saying how much she loved Folsom and its residents so much that she's thinking of buying a condo and moving there from her hometown of Ventura. After the ceremony and shovel digging, Cindy jammed with the Johnny Cash Tribute band, The Walking Phoenixes. She provided the "Mama sang tenor" lyrics in the Cash song, Daddy Sang Bass. See and hear it all on this 11 minute video produced by Gene Beley, who was at the original Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison concert, Jan. 13, 1968 with his photo partner, Dan Poush. Some of Poush's and Beley's' photos from that experience are included in this exclusive video. Enjoy!