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David James and Big River – a Tribute to Johnny Cash, is presented Sunday, Oct. 14 at Cascades Casino. -
David James and Big River – a Tribute to Johnny Cash, is presented Sunday, Oct. 14 at Cascades Casino.
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The man who looks, sounds and sings like the Man in Black returns to Langley's Cascades Casino Summit Theatre for a special matinee performance next weekend.

David James and Big River – a Tribute to Johnny Cash, is presented Sunday, Oct. 14 as part of the Malt Shop Memories concert series.

James is billed as the most authentic Johnny Cash tribute artist in the business. That reputation is underlined by the fact that he's the voice of Cash in a new film called My Father and The Man In Black, which is about Cash, his troubled manager Saul Holiff, and a son searching for his father. An HD intro plus special trailer screening

They'll perform traditional songs like Folsom Prison Blues, Ring of Fire, the Long Black Veil, Walk the Line, Orange Blossom Special and more, plus crossovers such as "Hurt" and "Rusty Cage."

For more, visit www.johnnycashtribute.ca. Tickets at www.ticketweb.ca.

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