Only show to be endorsed by the Cash Family! The Johnny Cash Roadshow is back and better than ever. Award winning Clive John pays homage to Cash’s career as the Man In Black, alongside his iconic wife June Carter (Meghan Thomas) and a genuine top of the league band playing double bass, fender telecaster and acoustic guitars, drums, piano, trumpet and four part vocal harmonies. Delivering all the hits such as Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Jackson, Orange Blossom Special and Boy Named Sue along-side some of the darker more atmospheric songs from the later American Recordings such as Hurt, this year’s show is an emotional roller-coaster through Cash’s career, packed together in one fantastic unforgettable evening’s entertainment.
With standing ovations every night, Johnny Cash Roadshow is the longest running, most recognised and still the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today guaranteed to leave you wanting more.
Cash endorsement quotes -
‘His Resemblance is uncanny’ – Rosanne Cash,
‘Clive captures my Grandfather JUST as he was’ - Caitlin Crowell -Granddaughter of Johnny Cash
‘Absolutely authentic to the point where it felt as if it wasn't a tribute’ - Caitlin Crowell -Granddaughter of Johnny Cash
Clive sings moves and acts just like the 'Man in Black.' The Johnny Cash legend will continue.... Lasse Lindfors - Author and lifelong friend of Johnny Cash
‘Extraordinary concert’ (Daily Record and Sunday Mail)
Every bit as Dark as Cash himself (York Mix)
‘A voice better than the original’ (John Wheatcroft, York Mix)
‘the closest we will get to attending a Johnny Cash concert. We should be grateful for this opportunity’ (The Edge, Bournemouth)
‘What an amazing show, you could have sworn that Johnny Cash was there with you’ ***** (The Ironworks, Inverness)
‘Clive John was mesmerizing as the Man in Black’ (John Carter, New Theatre, Oxford)
‘Energetic and entertaining 5 Star show’ (What’s on stage)
‘Pull out all the stops to see Clive John and his show it is one which is exciting, memorable and quite frankly, unforgettable. ‘ (Carol Lovatt, Whats on, Birmingham)