Johnny Cash tribute band Cash present their tribute to Johnny, June Carter and the band. Based in London, this is a band who travel all over the country for theatre shows.
They are fast becoming the UK’s number one tribute act to Johnny comprising a full five-member line-up including the role of June Carter.
Currently gigging up and down the UK from Bristol to the Shetland Isles they packed out a sports centre with 1500 fans and had their first international trip one September when they headed to Dubai for sponsored corporate shows.
Johnny Cash Tribute Band London
Listen to well known songs such as Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk The Line, Ring Of Fire, You Are My Sunshine. Swing Low Sweet Chariot, A Boy Named Sue, Hurt, Personal Jesus and Riders In The Sky, God’s Gonna Cut You Down, Sunday Morning Coming Down and Danny Boy.
Remembering the days when Johnny was starring in films such as Walk The Line, The Pride Of Jesse Hallam, Stagecoach, A Gunfight, Five Minutes To Live, The Last Days Of Frank and Jesse, The Baron and The Kid, The Gospel Road and Murder In Coweta County.
John R. Cash and The Museum
(Born J. R. Cash; February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor and author who is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 90 million records worldwide. (Wikipedia)
The Johnny Cash Museum opened in April 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee, to honour the life and music of the country superstar often referred to as the “Man in Black”. It houses the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia and artifacts, including a stone wall taken from his lake house in Hendersonville, Tennessee, and is officially authorised by Cash’s estate.
The original museum honouring the star – known as House of Cash – was in Hendersonville, Tennessee and although Cash lived in the same town for over thirty years he did not at any time live in the museum. The House of Cash had been closed for many years and had fallen into a state of disrepair and appeared in Cash’s music video “Hurt”.
Cash’s lakeside home in Hendersonville, that he lived in from 1968 until his death, burned in an accidental fire during renovations in 2007. Shannon and Bill Miller – personal friends of Cash – donated their personal collection of memorabilia to found the current Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. The museum opened to the public in 2013 with the restored original House of Cash sign as one of its exhibits. (Wikipedia)