Johnny Cash was a farm boy from Arkansas who became famous for his deep baritone and defiant, albeit depressive, temperament. His life was filled with love and sorrow. He was an award-winning blue-collar troubadour. His exposure to the Baptist faith and the hell-fire and brimstone in gospel music, had a huge influence on his lyrics and music. He is an American paradox: A Republican with a big heart for the Other.
The proceeds from this production are used for the development of musicians in disadvantaged communities.
Come early and enjoy dinner at Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery (book at www.vadas.co.za) or our Farm Café (no bookings).
Take advantage of the 20% discount when you book an overnight stay at the Spier Hotel.
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