Johnny Cash influenced a great variety of musicians and it was never more apparent than on Friday, April 20, 2012 at The Moody Theater in Austin, TX. The special concert and 80th-birthday tribute, "We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash," featured an all-star list of talent not only celebrating the life and legacy of Johnny Cash, but also paying tribute to Cash, his music, his roots and his heritage. The two and a half hour show featured a wide spectrum of legendary musicians including Outlaw country pioneers (Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson), contemporary icons (Ronnie Dunn, Evanescence's Amy Lee) and Grammy Award Winners (Pat Monahan of Train and The Carolina Chocolate Drops). An all-star band led by GRAMMY Award-winning Don Was which included Buddy Miller, Kenny Aronoff, Ian McLagen, and Greg Leisz served to back these once-in-a-lifetime performances. "We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash" features several remarkable pairings such as Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow performing "If I Were A Carpenter," one of several duets recorded by Cash and his wife, June Carter Cash. Pat Monohan and Shelby Lynne trade verses on "It Ain' t Me Babe," Kris Kristofferson joins Jamey Johnson for "Sunday Morning Comin' Down," both returning with Willie Nelson and Shooter Jennings for "The Highwayman."