Tommy Cash & W.S Holland

The JRLMA & NASH JEWELLERS Presents - Johnny & June: Engaged in a Fever.

Tommy Cash & W.S Holland

with special guests The Marrieds

Thu, February 22, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 19 and over

A night of Johnny Cash songs, Storytelling & Memories.

Tommy Cash
Tommy Cash
Cash was born in Dyess, Arkansas, youngest of four sons and three daughters of Ray and Carrie (Rivers) Cash, and eight years after his brother, Johnny Cash. He formed his first band in high school. After high school graduation, he enlisted into the Army. While in the army, he was a disc jockey for the American Forces Radio Network.

After the Army, Cash played with Hank Williams, Jr., and later gained a record deal from Musicor Records in 1965. A year later, he joined United Artists Records and just missed the Country Top 40 in 1968 with “The Sounds of Goodbye.”

In late 1969, while on Epic Records, he delivered his biggest hit, a tune dedicated to John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, entitled, "Six White Horses.” 1970 saw a pair of Top Ten singles, “One Song Away” and "Rise and Shine", written by Carl Perkins. Cash's final Top 20 hit, “I Recall a Gypsy Woman,” was released in 1973.

Cash continues to record albums and currently tours around the world.
W.S. Holland
W.S. Holland
W. S. Holland, also known as W. S. "Fluke" Holland (born April 22, 1935, Saltillo, Tennessee, USA) is an American drummer. He played with Carl Perkins and in 1960 became the drummer for Johnny Cash's backing band The Tennessee Three.
Venue Information:
London Music Hall - CA
185 Queens Ave.
London, ON, N6A 1J1

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