Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Something To Be Thankful For

New Barry Gibb album delayed indefinitely:

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. -- Johnny Cash's longtime lakeside home, a showcase where he wrote much of his famous music and entertained U.S. presidents, music royalty and visiting fans, was destroyed by fire on Tuesday.

Cash and his wife, June Carter Cash, lived in the 13,880-square-foot home from the late 1960s until their deaths in 2003. Barry Gibb, a former member of the Bee Gees, purchased the home in 2006 and had hoped to remodel it and eventually write songs there with his wife.

Let's hear it for a vengeful God, right? The Nashville Tennessean has all the details, plus photos of the Oak Ridge Boys watching the house fall into a burnin' ring of fire.

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