Cancelled: A Tribute to Johnny Cash





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Location: James K. Polk Theater
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Cancelled: A Tribute to Johnny Cash will be at James K. Polk Theater in Nashville, TN

JOHNNY CASH

"The Living Tribute"

Dedicated to the musical Legacy of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash

A world-class tribute concert in the beautiful James K. Polk Theater at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville, TN.  Join us for an evening of Johnny Cash's greatest hits.  Friday, March 22, 2013 and Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 8:00 PM starring Dan Whyms and his band Rock Island Line.

Dan's deep powerful baritone voice and picking of the acoustic guitar combine for an experience that will not soon be forgotten.  His historical account of Johnny's career has entertained thousands of Cash fans.  If you enjoy the music of the late American Icon Johnny Cash you will be amazed by this tribute performance.  You'll hear “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Ring of Fire,” “I Walk The Line,” “Big River,” and other Cash landmark hits, and re-visit songs of “The First Family Of Country Music,” the Carter Family's “Keep On The Sunny Side” and “Gold Watch And Chain” performed by Patti Connolly, plus several great Cash/Carter duets.

Very Special Guest Star: “Mister Honky Tonk Piano” Earl Poole Ball.

Earl was Johnny Cash's piano player for over 20 years and he'll be performing with the band and be featured on several selections.

Dan Whyms has received many note-worthy reviews throughout the U.S., and has been endorsed by former members of Johnny Cash's Band and members of The Oak Ridge Boys. Visit www.daninblack.com to learn more.

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