Johnny Cash & June Carter Re-Creation Show Coming to The Melha Shrine Center May 17th


May 17th, 2014.


8:00 PM to 11:00 PM




Melha Shrine Center 133 Longhill Street, Springfield MA 01108


Anthony Manzi


Nobody lived life like Johnny Cash, and nobody plays Cash like CASH IS KING!

?Saturday May 17th Legendary country rebel Johnny Cash comes to life in the re-creation show "Cash
Is King". Now you can experience the father of Outlaw Country as he was in his prime, from his Sun Records days to his historic
concert at Folsom Prison. With a career spanning half a century and countless hits, including
"Folsom Prison Blues," "I Walk the Line" and "Ring of Fire," and the list goes on..
Singer Brian Chicoine captures Cash's trademark baritone, while his band
delivers the infectious, driving rhythm of the Tennessee Three. Of course, it
wouldn't be a Johnny Cash show without Mrs. Cash, June Carter, brought to life
by Vicky St. Pierre on such classic duets as "Jackson." With authentic costumes
Cash Is King is the true Johnny Cash experience.

The Palace Danbury -
Audience Comment: I have had the privilege of seeing Johnny Cash perform live 6 times, and have been entertained by several tribute bands but, Cash Is King is by far the BEST that I have seen. Brian Chicoine brings out the rawness of Johnny that I love. The song selections are excellent. Cash Is King is absolutely awesome ... A must see !! Wayne L.Chappell. Danbury CT, 11/16/13

We really enjoyed presenting Cash is King at the Regent. The band was fabulous, the
place was packed, and the audience loved them! Really great people to deal with,
too... Looking forward to hosting them again in the future."

--Leland Stein,
Co-Owner, Regent Theatre, Arlington 2/22/2014

Video & Website Links:

Folsom Prison:

Ring Of Fire:


Melha Shrine Center
133 Longhill Street, Springfield MA 01108

Social hour 6 PM

Dinner 7 PM

Show 8 PM

Buffet BBQ dinner with all the Fixin's

Catered by Hamel's catering

Cash bar

Dinner and show $45.00 Per Person

For information call Melha Shrine Center


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