Joey Lee and Walk the Line return to the Rednecks and Rhinestones Festival again this year on Sunday 24th July from 10pm ’til late. Having performed throughout the country for several years, they continue to attract a growing audience of all ages, such is the universal attraction of Johnny Cash and the authenticity of Joey and the bands performance.
Front man Joey Lee has toured and recorded in Memphis and Nashville over the past six years. Taking on the persona of Johnny Cash completely, his uncanny resemblance to the ‘Man in Black’ takes you back to a time when Cash was in his prime. Joined on stage by June Carter and the Tennessee Three, Walk the Line recreate the unforgettable boom-chicka-boom sound and live performances from the early sixties, when Johnny Cash recorded his legendary live albums San Quentin and Folsom Prison.
Walk the Line’s live show covers Cash’s biggest hits spanning the decades from the Sun Studios to the final American Recordings. This is a youthful, energetic and vibrant show from start to finish and audiences will be swept back in time to experience a legend that was bigger than the stars and stripes itself. The last true American legend, Johnny Cash, the Man in Black.