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Johnny's Blues: A Tribute to Johnny Cash

Johnny's Blues: A Tribute To Johnny Cash is a 2003 compilation album, released by Northern Blues Music, of blues-oriented songs made popular by Johnny Cash, sung by various Canadian and American performers. Alvin Youngblood Hart - vocals, guitar Sleepy LaBeef - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar Tom Wilson - vocals, acoustic guitar Colin Linden - vocals, electric guitar, mandolin Stephen Fearing - vocals, electric guitar Chris Thomas King - vocals, 12-string guitar Paul Reddick - vocals, harmonica Mic Capdevielle - bass voice Del Rey - guitar Jim Tullio - acoustic guitar, bass guitar, percussion Mark Bosch Alan Freedman - acoustic guitar Kevin Breit - slide guitar, steel guitar, National guitar, mandola, bass clarinet Jim Weider - slide guitar Jim Vivian - fiddle Tony Cedras - accordion Bob Doidge - trumpet Richard Bell - piano Joe Krown - organ Chris Cameron - Wurlitzer organ David Roe - upright bass David Hyde Butch Taylor - bass guitar David Direnzo - drums, percussion Kevin Tooley David Peters Jerry Cavanaugh Bryan Owings Gary Craig - drums Darrell Rose - djembe, percussion Emily Braden Tony Backhouse David P. Jackson - background vocals

Reenat Sandhu

Reenat Sandhu is an Indian diplomat and the current Indian Ambassador to Italy and San Marino. Sandhu holds a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, she is married to Taranjit Singh Sandhu, the current Ambassador of India to the United States. They have two children. Reenat Sandhu joined the Indian Foreign Service in August 1989, she has served at the Indian missions in Moscow, Washington, D. C. Colombo, New York and Geneva, she has worked at the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi and handled Investment and Trade Promotion, East Europe and Sri Lanka desks. She was the Deputy Permanent Representative of India to the World Trade Organization in Geneva from 2011 to 2014. From 2014 to 2017, she was the Minister and the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Indian Embassy in Washington, D. C