Happy New Year

Happy new year everyone! Here’s a little summary of what’s happened in 2014 on unofficialJohnnyCash!

This was the year that UnofficialJohnnyCash went from a stand-alone website, and joined WordPress. The transfer started in August, and there are still some things waiting to be published.

The most popular site of 2014 was, not surprisingly, our Chord-site. It has had about 12 500 views! And the most popular chord wasn’t either a surprise, being Folsom Prison Blues, with 740 views.

What is a bit surprising is that the award-section is the fifth most popular page this year. Interesting, and makes me wanna do more to this page.

Hope you all find the site interesting and to your satisfaction! Let me know if otherwise, and please also let me know if you’re happy! I’m thankful for all the lovely comments, tweets, mails, and more from you.

Have a good 2015 everybody!

Three months – 20.000 views!

Thank you all for visiting http://www.unofficial-johnnycash.com! We’ve been on wordpress for three months, and already we count past 20.000 views!

The chords here seems to be the most attractive, followed by the biography. Pleased to see that also awards, and discography get a lot of hits!

It’s clear that Johnny Cash fancies a lot of people! And not just in a country or two. It’s quite the international interest, with viewers from 95 countries!

Thanks for checking in, and thanks to all the followers! Take care.

Johnny Cash quote – Limitations

Another great quote from our man in black, Mr. Johnny Cash!

This time he talks about finding one selves limitations. -And when you do things your way, there aren’t too many limitations.

You’ve got to know your limitations. I don’t know what your limitations are. I found out what mine were when I was twelve. I found out there weren’t too many limitations, if I did it my way.

For more Johnny Cash quotes, see here!

Johnny Cash quote – I wore black

Johnny Cash got famous for wearing black at his shows. He even wrote a song about it; “Man in Black“.

Here’s a quote from Mr. Cash regarding his black clothing:

I wore black because I liked it. I still do, and wearing it still means something to me. It’s still my symbol of rebellion- against a stagnant status quo, against our hypocritical houses of God, against people who’s minds are closed to others’ ideas.

You’ll find more quotes here.