LIVE CONCERT, FILMMAKER-HOSTED SCREENING AND Q&A at the Music Hall for MY FATHER AND THE MAN IN BLACK, Friday, September 6th before and the 7:15 show.
Join award-winning filmmaker Jonathan Holiff for an intimate Q&A this month–the 10th anniversary of the passing of the legendary Johnny Cash! See why this film has played 30 film festivals, in 15 countries, winning 8 competitions–and discover why it is not just a “Johnny Cash film” but a personal memoir that every father and son should see!
Before the screening, beginning at 6:30 PM, The Mighty Cash Cats will perform their Tribute to Johnny Cash with June Carter that the Salt Lake City Tribune described as being “As close as you can get to the real thing.”
The Mighty Cash Cats have toured from L.A. to Las Vegas, Ireland to Israel. Their show covers six decades of Cash’s career including fun Johnny Cash and June Carter duets. The L.A. Weekly wrote “Michael J. embodies Johnny Cash.” A Jerusalem Post review stated that “If the audience closed their eyes during Michael J’s show they, no doubt, thought that the country-rockabilly crooner, Johnny Cash, had managed to find his way back to the terrestrial bandstand.” And the Los Angeles Music Connection wrote “Michael J. Smith leads the performance playing a black acoustic guitar. It is impossible not to be drawn to the bass texture of his voice–and his physical and aural resemblance to Johnny Cash is practically eerie.”