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A wonderful performance of Johnny Cash, maybe the last before he died in 2003. The video for the song is generally recognized as "his epitaph".
When it comes to performing, Ben Hale has seen it all. " Now, he's Johnny Cash in Harrah's "Million Dollar Quartet. " And when he's not under the bright lights of the Strip, he's moonlighting with other musicians in the Las Vegas valley in what he calls one of the best music scenes around. "Theater runs deep in our family," Hale told KNPR's State of Nevada. It's the longest running center stage theater in the U. S. I grew up around it. My grandparents always asked me to be in plays, whether I liked to or not, and at the time, I didn't. After stints running sound and lights for these shows as a teenager, Hale learned to play the guitar at 14. His father taught him three chords, Hale said, "and said, 'You can learn the rest on your own, son. He got his break on stage while in college, performing in a Utah production of "The Secret Garden. Hale then took on the role of Johnny Cash in the "Million Dollar Quartet. "Those are big shoes to fill," Hale said of playing Cash. "I don't know if I'll ever fully – I don't think I should fully fill them. But, Johnny Cash is a figure that needs to be remembered, from his feistiness, his raw, rowdy, rock-and-roll attitude, and then his spiritual, grounded side. He was a bad boy, and he was a bad boy who wanted to be good. When he's not playing Cash, Hale moonlights as a musician in his own right, writing and performing songs solo and with his band, the Crimson Balladeers. "They come from all walks of life – personal experience to just, kind of, stepping into another character," Hale said. "Or, you hear a catchphrase or you read something in the newspaper, and you'll just find something that speaks. Ben Hale , performer. To hear Ben Hale perform some of his original songs, as well as a cover of "Folsom Prison Blues," listen to our full interview with him above. Hale is performing two shows at the Smith Center on Jan. Source: knprnews.org
He was an understudy for Raoul in the Venetian's run of "Phantom of the Opera." Now, he's Johnny Cash in Harrah's "Million Dollar Quartet." And when he's not under the bright lights of the Strip, he's moonlighting with other musicians in the Las Vegas
A brief news item in the first Billboard issue of October 1964 notes that “Bitter Tears is the title of a new Indian album which Johnny Cash has just finished cutting for Columbia.” It also reveals that the album – AKA Ballads of the American Indian
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Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash, February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer and songwriter. Cash is widely considered to ...
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