Date: Saturday, May 6, 2023 @ 7:00pm
Last Train to Memphis: A Tribute to Cash, The Killer and The King”: is A Red Hot Rock ‘n’ Roll Tribute Show to the music of Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley!
This 75-90 minute production features the hit music of these 3 legendary icons. The show covers the music of these artist from the 1950’s Sun Records era, and beyond. Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley were a major part of the historic jam session the took place on December 4th, 1956, known as “The Million Dollar Quartet!”
The show features a full band backing these artists, and the music is true and spot on to the hits that we all know and love!!
“Cash, The Killer and The King” is a show designated for Casino Show Rooms, Performing Art Centers, and Corporate events.
Johnny Cash is Portrayed by Southern California native, Neil Morrow. Neil has been a professional entertainer for over 20 years. He has traveled across the US, as well as Canada, Malaysia, and Singapore with his long running tribute show to Johnny Cash and June Carter, titled Cash and Carter. Morrow has also been featured is several shows, performing the music of Johnny Cash. Growing up as a fan of these 3 artist ,(Cash, Lewis and Presley) Neil’s attention to detail, performance and vocals are a dead ringer to that of Johnny Cash, and gives an entertaining portrayal of The Man in Black!
Portraying the music of Jerry Lee Lewis is Doug Cooke.
Doug Cooke saw the Jerry Lee Lewis biopic movie, ‘Great Balls of Fire’ twice in three nights in 1989 and decided he wanted to do THAT! – and a musical fascination was born. Years later, Doug Cooke is delivering the energetic style and personal essence of Jerry Lee Lewis, “The Killer”, to audiences in casino theaters, performing arts centers, and honky-tonks around the country.
“The King of Rock n Roll” Elvis Presley is portrayed by Scot Bruce. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, where he was a radio personality and a drummer, Scot has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. While pursuing music and acting as a career (and having been a musician and big Elvis fan all of his life), he started doing a 1950’s era Elvis show as a way to survive the lean times. The result was a surprise to Scot…what was meant as a part-time “gig” to supplement his income, blossomed into a full time career! Because of his uncanny resemblance to the young “King” (and his ability to sing, strum a guitar, and swivel his hips), his live show has taken him across the U.S. and all over the world. As Elvis, he has appeared in music videos with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow. Scot, has also had a long running show at Disneyland Theme Park in Southern California for the last 15 years!
Now, these 3 performers have teamed up on stage for a show of a lifetime!! “Last Train to Memphis” is a show that will leave you dancing in your seats, and is one NOT TO BE MISSED!! ALL ABOARD!!!