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Johnny Cash once belligerently spent the night in the Starkville, Mississippi jail for the high crime of picking a flower late at night -- an event he famously memorialized on "Live at San Quentin". It spawned a local flower festival named after Cash, a Country Trail Marker commemorating the event, and 42 years after the late singer's arrest, he was pardoned by the town government.

Pink Floyd Animals 12oz Can Coozie 

This is an official Pink Floyd beverage coolie featuring Pink Floyd's logo and a pig on one side, and the Animals album cover on the opposite side. This Bluescentric Brand neoprene foam Pink Floyd coozie measures a standard 4 inches (102mm) in diameter, and fits most bottles and cans. 

Pink Floyd's tenth studio album Animals, released in 1977, is bookended by "Pigs On The Wing", a concept further explored on the album's cover by a giant, inflatable pig over the Battersea Power Station in London. The album explores greed through representations of pigs, dogs and sheep. 

It was unruly fans on the last stop of the 1977 Animals tour that lead Roger Waters to examine the metaphorical and physical barriers between performer and audience, leading to the conception of their next album, The Wall.