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Johnny Cash album recorded in 1980s to be released

Washington, Mar 25 (EFE).- "Out Among The Stars," a disc that country music singer Johnny Cash recorded in the 1980s but which was never released until now, goes on sale Tuesday more than a decade after the artist's death. Cash's record label at the time, Columbia Records, had no interest in releasing the album 30 years ago and the material was shelved until the musician's only son, John Carter Cash, found it in his father's files in Nashville.

Newly found Johnny Cash recordings to be released 30 years later

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A dozen newly discovered recordings made by late American country singer Johnny Cash three decades ago will be released next year as an album, Sony Music's Legacy Recordings said on Tuesday. "Out Among the Stars" will be released on March 25, the record label said, marking the first time the recordings will be available to the public.

Reese Witherspoon apologizes for drunken spat

(Reuters) - Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon's initial court date on a disorderly conduct charge was pushed back for a month on Monday after the squeaky-clean "Legally Blonde" star admitted she had drunk too much and was "deeply embarrassed" by her behaviour. Witherspoon, 37, one of Hollywood's most beloved celebrities, was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning in Atlanta, after arguing with police who stopped her husband James Toth on suspicion of drunken driving.
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