Relive the extraordinary music from country music's legendary Man in Black with Cash Alive! Starring the talented Paul Eve, this show lasts approximately two hours and encompasses the fantastic repertoire of Johnny Cash. Such an iconic star in the country music industry, Cash revolutionized the genre with hits like, "Ring of Fire", "I Walk the Line", and "Folsom Prison Blues".
This tribute show is bound to be a favorite among those who loved Cash and his work. Whether you have been listening to him for years or are just now introducing your kiddos to the classics, Paul Eve embodies the artist like no other, and will have you wondering if the Man in Black himself really isn't on the stage.
About Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash was born to Ray and Carrie Rivers Cash on February 26, 1932. He grew up in Arkansas, where he developed his love for music by listening to gospel music and radio. His mother taught him how to play guitar, and he started to write songs at the mere age of 12. His voice eventually developed the deep baritone that he is well-known for, and eventually (after serving in the military), moved to Memphis, TN. From there, he auditioned for Sam Phillips and recorded his first songs in 1955. With the release of "Folsom Prison Blues", he got his first No. 1 Hit with "I Walk the Line". After such booming success, he went on to release an amazing amount of hits and created a country music legacy.
Awards & Accolades
- 1969 Television Personality of the Year
- 1970 Television Personality of the Year
- 1985 Single of the Year as part of The Highwaymen – "Highwayman"
- 1990 Pioneer Award Academy of Achievement
- 1988 Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
- 1986 Favorite Country Video "Highwayman" with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson
- 2002 "Spirit of Americana" Free Speech Award
- 2003 Album of the Year – American IV: The Man Comes Around
- 2003 Artist of the Year
- 2003 Song of the Year - "Hurt"
- 1968 CMA Album of the Year – "At Folsom Prison"
- 1969 CMA Album of the Year – "At San Quentin"
- 1969 CMA Entertainer of the Year
- 1969 CMA Male Vocalist of the Year
- 1969 CMA Single of the Year – "A Boy Named Sue"
- 1969 CMA Vocal Group of the Year with June Carter Cash
- 2003 CMA Album of the Year – "American IV: The Man Comes Around"
- 2003 CMA Single of the Year – "Hurt"
- 2003 CMA Music Video of the Year – "Hurt"
- 1968 Grammy for Best Country & Western Performance, Duet, Trio Or Group with June Carter Cash – "Jackson"
- 1969 Grammy for Best Album Notes – "At Folsom Prison"
- 1969 Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male – "Folsom Prison Blues"
- 1970 Grammy for Best Album Notes – "Nashville Skyline"
- 1970 Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male – "A Boy Named Sue"
- 1971 Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal with June Carter Cash – "If I Were A Carpenter"
- 1987 Grammy for Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Album with Carl Perkins, Chips Moman. Jerry Lee Lewis, Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison and Sam Philips – "Interviews from the Class of 55 Recording Sessions"
- 1995 Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album – "American Recordings"
- 1998 Grammy for Best Country Album – "Unchained"
- 1998 Grammy Hall of Fame Award – "I Walk The Line"
- 1998 Grammy Hall of Fame Award – "Ring of Fire"
- 1999 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
- 2001 Best Male Country Vocal Performance – "Solitary Man"
- 2002 Best Country Album – Awarded to various artists for contributions to Timeless, a Hank Williams Tribute album.
- 2003 Best Male Country Vocal Performance – "Give My Love To Rose"
- 2004 Best Country Album – Awarded to various artists for contributions to Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers.
- 2004 Best Short Form Video – "Hurt"
- 2008 Best Short Form Video – "God's Gonna Cut You Down"
Whether you are long time listener of his music or are just now giving it a listen, this show is the perfect addition to any Branson vacation. Dance and sing along with the hits as you enjoy the legend in your Ozarks backyard.