Dylan, Cash, & The Nashville Cats

Student Resources

Learn about Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City on view at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum from March 2015 – December 2016. This exhibit features Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and studio musicians the Nashville Cats who inspired artists such as Neil Young, Joan Bez, and Paul McCartney to record in Nashville during the 1960s and 1970s.


"Katy Hill"

Performed by Area Code 615
The Johnny Cash Show, 1971
[Time: 4:03]

Controversial Dylan

With John Hammond
The Other Side of Nashille, 1983
[Time: 00:41]

Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash's Relationship

With Cash, Hammond, and Bob Johnston
The Other Side of Nashville, 1983
[Time: 3:13]

"The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down"

Joan Baez with Billy Edd Wheeler
Country Suite, circa 1970
[Time: 00:54]

"That's All Right"

Tracy Nelson and Nashville Cats
That’s Alright Mama, 1969
[Time: 1:36]

"Only Mama That'll Walk The Line"

Performed by Linda Ronstadt
The Johnny Cash Show, 1969
[Time: 2:24]

"Girl From The North Country"

Performed by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash
The Johnny Cash Show, 1969
[Time: 3:25]

Bob Dylan's Impact on Nashville

With Bob Johnston
The Other Side of Nashville, 1983
[Time: 00:46]

View the Online Exhibition

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