After a year of uncertainty, t seems that there is some light at the end of the tunnel. Today we received confirmation that the Welshpool Country Music Festival on
Sunday 18th July and Malvern Motorhome Rally on Saturday 21st August, WILL be going ahead this August, and that CASH REVISITED is booked to perform at BOTH events!
Jodie McKay (our June Carter-Cash) will also be performing her tribute to her all-time favourite country music star, Tammy Wynette. 
Full details of both events, and how to get hold of your tickets, will be added to our calendar shortly.

If you are one of those lovely people who bought tickets for our April 2020 show at the Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe which was rescheduled for 20th February 2021, we have an update for you.
The performance has now been re-scheduled for a second time to SATURDAY 5th MARCH, 2022.
I have been informed by the venue that pretty much ALL of you decided to stick with us and wait for a new date to be confirmed, and for that we thank you most sincerely and hope you will stick with us as get pushed back yet again by this virus.
So, with a little luck, we'll see you all next year, and we can't wait!
Thanks again for your continued support and for your patience.


With Covid-19 still dominating our lives it’s difficult for any of us to see a time when things might get back to something even slightly resembling “normal”. We’ve been trying to stay in a positive state of mind and have been using the time off to take a good look at our show and find ways to make it even more enjoyable. The music speaks for itself and we pride ourselves on getting that as close as we can to the original versions we all know and love. That said, there are a few songs we’d like to change or add. We’re not going to try to fix what’s not broken, but we do have some interesting and fun ideas to play with.
We’re also planning to get together in the studio soon, so keep checking in here for news and updates.


I've been informed that this great documentary will be released on DVD before the end of the year. If you haven't seen it, you should. I can't recommend it highly enough. It's a long overdue insight into the life of Johnny Cash's first wife, Vivian Liberto, who has always been so unfairly portrayed in both the media and on film. You could also read her book, "I Walked The Line", which also gave me a whole new perspective.
Follow news about the documentary on Twitter.

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