THE Johnny Cash Roadshow returns to the Brindley Theatre later this year with a show celebrating 50 years since the release of one of his biggest albums.

Taking place at the venue on Tuesday, November 19, it will feature hits from Cash's At San Quentin album, which was released in 1969.

At San Quentin was the second in a series of albums The Man In Black recorded live at US prisons and contains hits such as A Boy Named Sue, Wanted Man and Jackson.

Performing live at San Quentin State Prison in California, it holds special significance for British fans as it was filmed by Granada TV for a documentary about Cash.

It was a hit with fans and critics, hitting the top of the Billboard charts and nominated for a number of Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and won Best Male Country Vocal Performance for A Boy Named Sue.

Fronted by talented singer/songwriter Clive John, the show is all-singing and all-dancing featuring costume as Cash wore for the San Quentin performance and even two original Johnny Cash harmonicas.

Clive said: "We wanted to do something a bit different for 2019 and pay tribute to a fantastic album and ground breaking performance which is a firm favourite among fans."

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