Venue Details

53 Star Starred
El Campanil Theatre
602 W. Second Street Antioch, CA 94509
925-757-9500
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"The Cash Tribute Show"
8 ratings
4.9 average rating
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15 events
12 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 28 2012

We loved the beautifully restored El Campanil Theatre! Great venue!

The show was terrific.......we intend to be there again. James Garner
was amazing as the late Johnny Cash. Wonderful voice, very handsome
man. His backup trio was also...continued

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15 events
10 reviews
9 stars
attended Jan 28 2012

I gave this show 5 stars. James Garner has a voice almost like Johnny Cash. He put on a great show, along with his 3 piece band. Performed lots of our old favorites.

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5 events
3 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 28 2012

Five of us went to see the Johnny Cash show and we loved it. I am in my 70's and the other four are in their 50's. It was great to hear the old familiar songs and a treat to hear some of the songs we had never heard before. The background of...continued

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Description

While James Garner is not a Johnny Cash impersonator, his musical tribute will remind audiences of the energy, power, and excitement that graced the stage every night the Man in Black walked out and said, “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” Johnny may have walked off the stage for the final time in 1997, but audiences today can get a glimpse of what Cash concert-goers of yesteryear might have experienced when James Garner takes to the stage with strong conviction, historical accuracy, heartfelt sincerity, and musical honesty in his tribute to the great Johnny Cash!

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