Johnny Cash's longtime drummer, W.S. "Fluke" Holland, will perform Sunday (Jan. 13) at Folsom State Prison in California on the 40th anniversary of the recording of Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison. Released in the summer of 1968, the landmark album spent 122 weeks on the pop charts. Holland joined Cash's band in 1960 and continued to work with him until 1997. Other musicians who were affiliated with Cash are also scheduled to perform at Sunday's concert, and a guest vocalist will be introduced at the show. A portion of the net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to four charities, including the California Inmate Welfare Fund.