Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down

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Abby Zimet

An online collective art project and "living portrait of the Man In Black," The Johnny Cash Project has released a broadcast version of a video that combines Cash singing the title song of his final album with 250,000, frame-by-frame drawings submitted by fans. Director Chris Milk says the project is aimed at creating an ever-evolving, crowd-sourced video that, like Cash, celebrates the themes of mortality and resurrection.

"Johnny's spirit truly does live on - not just through his musical catalog, but in the hearts of all the people around the world he has touched so deeply."

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