Johnny Cash's 'Hurt' Video Receives Six MTV Video Music Award Nominations

Video of the Year

Best Male Video

Best Direction In A Video

Best Art Direction in A Video

Best Editing In A Video

Best Cinematography In A Video

Jul 25, 2003, 01:00 ET from Lost Highway Records

    NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Music legend Johnny Cash has
 received six MTV Video Music Award nominations for the video of the song
 "Hurt," from his Grammy Award winning album American IV: The Man Comes Around
 (American Recordings/Lost Highway).  The Nominations include VIDEO OF THE
 YEAR, BEST MALE VIDEO and BEST DIRECTION IN A VIDEO.  Cash's haunting cover of
 the Nine Inch Nails song received overwhelming attention when it was brought
 to life in director Mark Romanek's beautiful and poignant video.
     Romanek's video, like a Johnny Cash song, is honest and direct.  The
 vision of older, wiser Cash combined with archival clips of the young, robust
 artist makes for one of the most powerful and affecting videos in years.
     Cash's American IV: The Man Comes Around was released in November 2003 and
 received critical praise.  Cash was awarded the Grammy for BEST COUNTRY VOCAL
 PERFORMANCE for his "Give My Love To Rose."  The album features original
 songs, as well as select covers of classics such as Hank Williams' "I'm So
 Lonesome I Could Cry" w/Nick Cave, Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus," and "Simon
 & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" w/Fiona Apple, which was nominated
 for a Grammy.
     Produced by Rick Rubin, The Man Comes Around is the fourth in a series of
 Grammy Award-winning albums Cash and Rubin have collaborated on.  The series
 began with 1994's critically acclaimed American Recordings, followed by
 Unchained (1996) and American III: Solitary Man (2000).
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