Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan Team Up For Smokin’ Nod To Elvis Hit

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The legends honoring the King of Rock and Roll? We are obsessed!

The legendary Bob Dylan teamed up with country music icon Johnny Cash for a smoking hot rendition of Elvis Presley‘s “That’s All Right, Mama” that will have y’all shaking your hips along to the beat of the music.

Cash and Dylan’s recording of The King’s ’50s hit came about in 1969 as part of the sessions for Nashville Skyline, the ninth studio album by Dylan in which the folk singer dipped his toes completely into the world of country music with his recordings.

“That’s All Right, Mama” was released by Presley in July of 1954, going on to be regarded by Rolling Stone magazine as No.113 on their 2010 list of the “500 Greatest Songs of All Time.”

You can listen to Dylan and Cash’s rendition of “That’s All Right, Mama” below!

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