Brown Grand Theatre to Celebrate the Music of the "Man in Black" with Bennie Wheels & Walkin' the Line

Brown Grand Theatre to Celebrate the Music of the "Man in Black" with Bennie Wheels & Walkin' the Line

The Brown Grand Theatre in Concordia's 2019 Spring Season continues Saturday, April 13th with a performance from Bennie Wheels & "Walkin' the Line," the ultimate tribute to Johnny Cash, June Carter and The Tennessee Three. 

Jason Grogan, Executive Director of the Brown Grand Theatre, says "Walkin' the Line" is the nation's top and most authentic representation of the Man In Black in his "Folsom Prison" era prime.

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Bennie began his entertainment career as an Elvis Presley tribute artist. When the hit movie, "Walk the Line" was released in 2005, Bennie was drawn to the story and music of Johnny Cash. After touring Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee in the summer of 2006, he vowed to learn how to play the guitar that had gathered dust in his office for so long, and give his best shot as a Johnny Cash tribute artist.

Grogan tells us how you can get tickets to the show.

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The concert will begin at 7 pm.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.