"We were driving down to Dyess from New York," Cash recalls, "and we passed through Osceola, Arkansas, where there was a sign that said Reggie Young grew up there. Reggie played guitar for Elvis, Dusty, and my dad, so that meant a lot to John. In Dyess, we got to spend time with Marshall Grant, who was one of the original Tennessee Two, and his wife, Etta, just before Marshall died. Etta told me that she and Marshall woke up every morning and said, 'What's the temperature, darling?' Things like that meant a lot to me. As we were driving home, John said, 'There's something here. We should do something with this.'"