Alright Johnny!!

Johnny Cash Wins Country Music Top Honors
NASHVILLE (Reuters) – Johnny Cash made history on Wednesday at the Country Music Association awards show, winning three top honors in a nationally televised extravaganza which also paid a touching tribute the late “man in black.”
Cash won “Album of the Year,” “Single of the Year,” and “Music Video of the Year” — a year described by his son, John Carter Cash, as one of pain in which his mother, June Carter Cash, also died.
In a honky-tonk driven show, the “Entertainer of the Year” honor went to Alan Jackson, who had won it last year.
Surprisingly, Toby Keith, who earned seven nominations, was shut out completely.
Cash who died on Sept. 12 at the age of 71, had been nominated for four awards.