For Johnny Cash, second marriages were the ones that stuck. We imagine June Carter Cash, not Vivian Liberto, by his side. Similarly, Cash holds icon status in Nashville, but his career began in Memphis in 1954. There, with Elvis and Carl Perkins, he defined a new kind of American music. Today the Country Music Hall of Fame shows the 1982 Christmas special in which he returns to Memphis for a trip down Memory Lane. If you have grown weary of the manufactured, glossy cheese-fests that have recently been marketed as country music Xmas specials, spend an hour with The Man in Black. Enjoy the holiday spirit and relive that long lost time when popular country actually had a soul.