On January 13, 1968, Johnny Cash recorded the historic "At Folsom Prison" album.
Among the inmates who attended that concert was Glen Sherley, a repeat customer of the CDC who had begun writing songs and was trying to clean up his act.
When he took his seat to watch the show he had no idea his life was about to dramatically change.
The previous night Cash made the decision to include a song that Glen had written, "Greystone Chapel", surprising the inmate and setting in motion events that were both inspiring and tragic.
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