7 Musical Marriages That (Sort of) Worked
7. Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
For 35 years the union of the Man in Black and June, a member of country music's first family, was one a shining example of a musical marriage that worked on every level. Yes, as we saw in "Walk the Line," Johnny had his troubles, but when the two — who died within months of each other in 2003 — got together, their chemistry was undeniable.
6. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
For contemporary country fans, Faith and Tim are the June and Johnny of the new millennium. The pinup-worthy duo met on the aptly named Spontaneous Combustion tour in 1996 and married shortly after the outing ended. The pair has since continued to tour together and record such smash duets as "It's Your Love" and "Let's Make Love." It's all love for these two, despite tabloid rumors to the contrary.
5. The White Stripes
Yes, technically, Jack and Meg White are no longer together. (Just get over that whole brother-sister thing — it was a joke, OK?) But the oddball divorced Detroit duo managed to rise above it and make some of the most electrifying music of the modern era. It just goes to show ya: Love fades, but rock 'n' roll is forever.