A new online auction is giving you the opportunity to take a private tour of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash’s personal recording studio in Nashville, TN with their son, John Carter Cash.

Proceeds from the auction will benefit the American Red Cross.

John Carter Cash, having been involved in music all his life, is an accomplished and award winning record producer. However, his activities in the creative world reach far beyond just music production. He is also a singer-songwriter, and author. The grandson of Maybelle Carter and the only son to Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, he preserves the family legacy and is a caretaker to the heritage of his musical ancestors.

The Cash Cabin Studio is a private recording studio with an astounding history. Not only did Johnny and June Carter Cash record most all of their later music here, but many other talented musicians and famous entertainers have made music within these walls. Johnny Cash built the original cabin in 1978. It was then, as it is now, a place to find solace and make music. However, the idea of it being a studio did not arrive for some years. Through the years, a spacious recording room, booths, and a comfortable mixing room were installed.

Now the the Cash Cabin Studio is a state of the art recording studio. The Cabin also has a natural reverb chamber, which offers it’s unique sound to the recordings made here. The studio is now owned and operated by John Carter Cash. It sits on forty-acres of woods and fields. John Carter raises European Fallow Deer on the property. There is also a large fishing pond stocked with Large-Mouth Bass, Bream, and Catfish.

Other celebrities to have visited the famous studio include Reece Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix, Taylor Swift, Snoop Dogg, Dolly Parton and more.

The auction is open until September 18, and can be accessed via CharityBuzz.com.

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