Cindy Cash is an American singer, author and antiques dealer. She is the daughter of American singer and country music legend, Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash a popular American country singer-songwriter known for songs like Hey Porter and Cry! Cry! Cry!
Cindy’s father created a huge legacy for himself in the country music industry. His all-black stage wardrobe earned the nicknamed ‘The Man in Black’. Cindy Cash took the path of his father, she ventured into music. The music talent ran through the family genes as Cindy’s step mother, June Carter Cash was a singer, songwriter and a dancer.
Cindy Cash Early Life & Education
She was born on July 29, 1959 in Casitas Springs, California. Her father was singer Johnny Cash, an American country music legend and her mother, Vivian Liberto, was a homemaker and author. Cindy lived most of her childhood life with her parents in Casitas Springs California until parents divorced. Cindy was one of the four children of Johnny and Vivian. She was the third daughter of her father and mother.
Her siblings are Rosanne Cash, Kathy Cash and Tara Cash. Much information about two other sisters is not known but Rosanne Cash is an American singer and author. When Cindy was nine years old, her parents divorced.
After her parents divorced, her father married June Carter Cash. Carlene Carter and the late Rosie Nix Adam were her half-sisters while John Carter Cash was her half-brother. John Carter Cash was the only child of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.
There is no information on her educational background on the internet. Although Cindy is a public figure she loved to keep a low profile. But Cindy has a high school educational background.
Cindy Cash Career
She followed the same path as her father and she started her career doing music. Cindy first performed with her father at show when she was 16 years old where she sang along with him in his last performance. She also performed with her stepmother, June Carter Cash.
Two years along the line, she was in a music group known as ‘The Next Generation’ which was made up of herself, Loretta Lynn’s daughter Peggy, George Jones’ and Tammy Wynette’s daughter Georgette, and Conway Twitty’s daughter Kathy. The musical group performed at many shows during the 1980s before she went into retirement.
Cindy Cash operate an antique store in Ridgeland, Mississippi after she retired from doing music.
Alongside her music career, Cindy wrote a book ‘The Cash Family Scrapbook’ which was published by Crown Publishing Group in 1997. Her book contained stories of about her life and the cash family, parent’s love life and marriage and activities till the book was published.
According to Cindy, her father and mother had a good love life although they got divorced when she was very young.
Cindy Relationships, Marriages and Children
When Cindy Cash was 18 years old, she got married to first husband, Cris Brock, her high school sweetheart but later divorced. Cindy had a daughter with Cris and moved with her to Hendersonville, Tennessee. Later, she married her second husband, Marty Stuart, a singer-songwriter. Cindy and Marty were married for 5 years thus from 1983 to 1988.
After her second marriage, she met Eddie Panetta and they got married in 2003. Unfortunately, Eddie died in a motorcycle accident in 2009. Other information about whether she had children with the other men she married isn’t known.
Death of Her Father, Mother and Stepmother
Within the space of six 6 years, Cindy Cash lost her parents including her stepmother and husband, Eddie Panetta. Cash’s stepmother, June Carter Cash died in 2003 and few months after, she lost her father too. Her biological mother died in 2005 and she lost her husband in 2009.