Over the past three years, Everywhere Max passed through the 92 locations mentioned in the song I’ve Been Everywhere and recorded your travels on video.
The owner of the channel Everywhere Max, on YouTube, is a huge fan of American singer Johnny Cash. According to the Nerdist, on March 13, shared on the social network a video that relates his journey of three years – the time it took to go through the 92 places mentioned in music I’ve Been Everywhere.
Everywhere Max he took the song to the letter and did not ignore a single place: from Chicago to Minnesota; from Buffalo to Toronto; from Boston to Louisiana; from Washington to Kingston; passing through Panama and not forgetting Argentina or the state of Alaska.
Max went to the 92 locations mentioned in the song. In Nebraska, he had a pleasant surprise: he found another traveler that I was doing exactly the same thing.
The trip started on August 27, 2016 and the goal was fully reached on December 11, 2019. During this period of time, she visited the 92 places mentioned in the song and, “as you know”, it’s just the second person to complete this journey.
The video published on YouTube narrates his exploits and includes only part of the 585 Gb of images shot during his travels.
I’ve Been Everywhere is an original theme by Australian singer Geoff Mack, from 1959. Although the original lyrics only include locations in Australia, over the years several versions have been made for other countries or continents.
The American version, created by Hank Snow in the 1960s, has been sung by several musicians over the decades, with the cover Johnny Cash it became one of the best known.
Liliana Malainho, ZAP //