Terry Lee Goffee returns to the Zumbrota State Theatre on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 7:30 p.m. performing the songs of Johnny Cash. Goffee’s tribute to Johnny Cash has taken him across the United States and Canada and to Ireland and Britain.
He looks like Cash. He sounds like Cash. He moves like Cash.
In Goffee’s words: “I have been a fan of Johnny Cash since I was about 8 years old. He and Elvis were my first two musical influences.”
“I wanted to make my show a little different and unique by portraying Johnny Cash
in the first person, rather than just standing there singing the songs,” Goffee said. “Like an actor in a play I literally become my character, in this case Johnny Cash, from the moment I walk onstage until the end of the show. “
Among the 34 songs included in the tribute are such Cash classics as: “A Boy
Named Sue,” “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” “I Walk The Line,” “Ring Of Fire,”
“Folsom Prison Blues” and “Hurt.”
Nobody does Johnny Cash like Terry Lee Goffee. Tickets are available online at Zumbrota State Theatre, zaac.org/state-theatre.