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John Standen

John has been involved with CASH Revisited almost from the very beginning, having worked in various bands with Rick McKay since the mid-1990’s. He has an extensive knowledge of rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll and country music that has seen him share the stage with many bands and visiting American artistes during his career including Billy Burnette, Linda Gail Lewis and more.
His insight into the styles of the era comes from his friendships with none other than the legendary Nashville session bassist, Bob Moore and Johnny Cash’s bassist, Dave Roe who took over from Marshall Grant in 1991 and remained Cash’s bassist until the very end.

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"Harley" Dave Hughes

Dave’s career has been long and diverse. He has performed with many bands both in the UK and during his many trips to his favourite place on Earth, Texas. Dave’s passion s for the music of bands in and around the Austin music scene has afforded him the chance to share the stage with the likes of Billy Dee, Bill Kirchen and Dale Watson. He was also asked to play guitar for Johnny Cash’s younger brother Tommy Cash for a number of UK dates.
Dave has performed with CASH Revisited on electric bass guitar and will be returning to the show in 2021 on lead guitar. His love for Cash the unique styles of his original guitarist, Luther Perkins, and later on Bob Wooten, ensures that his attention to detail will be second to none.

Todd Knapp

Todd is a native Canadian with the most incredible ear for the musical styles of the 1950’s and 1960’s. He has performed and recorded with many bands and shows since he moved to the UK and is widely respected for his ability to adapt to pretty much any style of music.
After joining CASH Revisited, he began studying the drumming style of W.S. “Fluke” Holland and soon coined the phrase “Flukeisms”, much to Fluke’s amusement. The phrase comes from the fact that Cash’s one and only drummer, by his own admission, had no formal training and literally found his way by trial and error. Todd has been able to decode these little idiosyncrasies, which makes all the difference when recreating the unmistakeable rhythm and feel of the Tennessee Three.