TEX PERKINS IS BACK WITH THE SONGS OF JOHNNY CASH IN A BRAND-NEW SHOW
Tex Perkins will return to the stage with a brand-new show playing the songs of Johnny Cash. There are few artists who can translate the work of Johnny Cash and bring it to the modern day like Tex Perkins. His affinity and reverence for Johnny Cash’s career is evident in the way he approaches every song as if he’s lived it himself.
Tex Perkins needs no introduction to Australian audiences; he is a legend within the Aussie music industry and is revered as one of the country’s rock n’ roll outlaws. It is said his affinity with Johnny Cash started in his earliest band and is an enthusiasm he hasn’t relinquished.
After fronting The Cruel Sea, Beasts of Bourbon and touring with Tex, Don and Charlie and now Tex Perkins and The Fat Rubber Band, Tex has had an incredible and varied career.
If, as we say, Perkins needs no introduction, then that goes tenfold for Johnny Cash. If you don’t know who Johnny Cash is, I’m surprised you’ve read this far. Quite simply, the man is a legend in the true sense of the word, one of the absolute giant cornerstones of popular music over the last century.
Tex Perkins – The Man In Black takes us on a fast-paced, rollicking rock ‘n’ roll journey to the heart of the music. With some of his best-loved songs, this unique concert is set to satisfy Johnny Cash fans all over again.
Be sure to get in early so you don’t miss the songs of Johnny Cash in this brand-new show.
Tickets on sale Thursday 20th July at 10.00am (local time)
Tickets are available at:
TEX PERKINS – THE MAN IN BLACK TOUR 2023
Wednesday 20th September
State Theatre, Sydney
Thursday 21st September
Civic Theatre, Newcastle
Saturday 23rd September
Wollongong Town Hall, Wollongong
Sunday 24th September
Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra
Thursday 5th October
Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Saturday 7th October
Ballarat Civic Hall, Ballarat
Sunday 8th October
Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo
Friday 3rd November
Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide
Saturday 4th November
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (BREC), Bunbury
Sunday 5th November
The Regal Theatre, Perth
Thursday 23rd November
Twin Towns Services Club, Tweed Heads
Friday 24th November
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Brisbane