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Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 - At age 71, Johnny Cash is the oldest musician ever to be nominated for an MTV Video Music Award let alone six of them in one year. The country music legends haunting, elegiac video for Hurt in which old footage of Cash as a vibrant, broodingly beautiful young man is interspersed with scenes of him as he is today, ravaged Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 by an illness that causes Parkinsons-like tremors will compete against Eminem, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake for Best Video of the Year. (The awards air live Aug. 28 at 8 p.m.) It shows that great art is timeless, says Cashs longtime producer Rick Rubin, and goes beyond any boundaries of age and style. The new footage was shot Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 in the Cash household and the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville making the video feel as brutally personal and revealing as the songs lyrics (Everyone I know goes away in the end.) To have someone with such a commanding presence speak about such vulnerable things we never see that, says Rubin. Our culture hides older people, and vulnerabilities arent cherished Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 by our society. Acclaimed video director Mark Romanek (who also directed the feature film One Hour Photo starring Robin Williams) knew that with Cash, Hurt a cover of the original by Nine Inch Nails had, in his words, found its greatest interpreter. Indeed: Cash turns the song which originally sounded like a teenagers indulgent lament after getting ditched by friends Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 at the strip mall into an unsparing meditation on loss and mortality. Theres nothing phony in [the video], says Romanek. Its him in his house, [in] his clothes. Originally, Romanek had scripted a version of the video in which Cash sat alone, strumming his guitar next to a stack of memorbilia which was to gradually be cleared away until the Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 legend was sitting alone. But when Romanek and his crew arrived in Nashville and toured the Cash musuem which had suffered flood damage and had not yet been repaired Romanek decided to trash the script and shoot a video on the fly. The director was also granted unprecedented access to Cashs archival footage, which took him two weeks to screen. Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 Adding to the videos poignancy is a brief appearance by the singers beloved wife, June Carter Cash, who died suddenly last May. When June entered the room as her husband was performing the song, Mr. Cash looked at her, Romanek says, adding that she had a complex look of love and pride and sadness. She was so beautiful. Even at Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 her advanced age, she was very magnetic. When Romanek began editing the footage, he was astounded. When we began juxtaposing images of John then and John now, we saw that something powerful was happening, he recalls. You can tell when something is great it takes on an energy of its own. Freaked is the way producer Rubin describes his initial Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 reaction. I didnt know what to expect, he says. It made me cry. I still cry. Apparently, the video even freaked out Cash. Mr. Cash was a little unsure, but his family was very moved, Romanek says. They all wept. But no one ever imagined the dark song would be a hit single on the radio let alone that MTV Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 would put it into rotation. Music video expectations are pretty low, Romanek says, adding that viewers dont expect to be moved. While the video is a look back at Cashs storied life and career, Romanek says its in no way meant to serve as an obituary. Its meant to be a truthful [portrait] of where Mr. Cash is now, says Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 Romanek, who feels the only thing the video fails to capture is how sprightly Johnny is. He was frisky with June. And he autographed copies of the album for the crew. Hes a lot more energetic than the video makes him out to be. MTV takes Manhattan The MTV Video Music Awards show which airs live this Thursday at 8 Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 p.m. from Radio City Music Hall marks its 20th anniversary this year. To celebrate, the folks at MTV are rolling out an extravaganza of VMA-related events and attractions all over town. Heres a guide to all you need to know: Monday VMAs at Yankee Stadium On Monday, the first 18,000 attendees at the 7:05 game vs. the Orioles will get Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 a VMA notebook; two winners will score tickets to the VMAs. Yankee Stadium, 50 E. 161 St., the Bronx, (212) 307-1212. VMA sideshow *Ride the VMA Carousel featuring the oversized faces of Beyonce Knowles, Ozzy Osbourne and P. Diddy; also live deejay and giveaways, including tickets to the VMAs. Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m, at Rockefeller Plaza. Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 Free. MTV & Saks Present the Best of the VMAs: 1984-2003 Photos of the VMAs most memorable fashion moments including Britney Spears in her infamous, python-on the shoulders performance from the 2001 awards are on display in Saks Fifth Avenues windows through Friday. Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000. Tuesday A Simple Plan and Fountains of Wayne concert Nike Air Presto Christmas 2015 Tuesday at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park; admission is free; doors open at 6:30; enter at Fifth Ave. and 69th Street. Advance tickets are being given away at select Cingular Wireless stores. 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