IAM Encounter 11 Discovery #1: The Johnny Cash Project

I saw two things on the big screen at IAM Encounter 11 in New York last week that I came home eager to share with you.

Then I lost a whole week due to illness, and that isn’t over yet. So I’m tired of waiting until I feel better. I’m just going to post them…

First, there was this: A video collaboration in honor of Johnny Cash called, yes, The Johnny Cash Project.

Be sure to watch the video. See what happens when artists from all over the world contribute to a single music video. And turn up the sound.

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