15 Biggest Musical Comebacks
OK, maybe 16: Kylie, Johnny Cash, Justin Timberlake, Cher, Green Day, Cee Lo, more
Some people say the '80s should be forgotten on the whole. Johnny Cash's career was particularly troublesome then, while he put out novelty and niche albums and battled his record labels over artistic direction. The Man In Black up to that point had always been pretty cool, but his legacy became even cooler with the unusual connection he had with producer Rick Rubin, who put out game-changing, stark, rock-leaning Johnny Cash albums under his American label. For more than ten years, American has released a number of collections that re-introduced a legend to younger audiences, even past Cash's death in 2003.
- Katie Hasty