A Johnny Cash tribute band over the harbor
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation student Jason Stoy. Sophomore live-action fiction
The Life and Times of Johnny Cash is a rare glimpse into the life of a legend. Keith Coleman literally brings Johnny to life on stage with his partner Ruby Tuesday providing the story line by telling Johnny's history through the eyes of June Carter. You will hear many rare and humorous stories of Johnny and Junes life plus all the great songs like I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison, Jackson, Boy named Sue, and all the great hits that we all know and love. It is a 90 minute behind the scenes look at the life of a legend.
For booking contact Keith at ( keithtampasuperband****) 727-686-8345
727-686-8345 - Keith Coleman performs his show the life and Times of Johnny Cash for a sold out crowd at a theatre in Tampa Florida. The Life and Times of Johnny Cash is a rare glimpse into the life of a legend. Keith Coleman literally brings Johnny to life on stage with his partner Ruby Tuesday providing the story line by telling Johnny’s history through the eyes of June Carter. You will hear many rare and humorous storys of Johnny and Junes life plus all the great songs like I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison, Jackson, Boy named Sue, and all the great hits that we all know and love. It is a 90 minute behind the scenes look at the life of a legend
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More on list sources later.
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A Boy Named Sue by Johnny Cash
A Boy Named Sue (Live Video) by Johnny Cash
My Names Sue...
How Do You Do?
Music video by Johnny Cash performing A Boy Named Sue. (C) 1969 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
I used a bunch of pictures (80 total) to go along with the Johnny Cash song, A Boy Named Sue. I found this song because for some reason, it was saved on my computer. When I got my Ipod, I moved everything I had saved from that computer, onto it, including this song. I came across it while playing Klondike (solitaire), one of the games on it, while having the music on shuffle. It came across this song, and I was too lazy to go and change it. I listened to it, and actually kind of liked it. So here it is, the result of 2 hours of labour, 80 google pictures, and 1 very bored kid.
My daddy left home when I was three
And he didn't leave much to ma and me
Just this old guitar and an empty bottle of booze.
Now, I don't blame him cause he run and hid
But the meanest thing that he ever did
Was before he left, he went and named me "Sue."
Well, he must o' thought that is quite a joke
And it got a lot of laughs from a' lots of folk,
It seems I had to fight my whole life through.
Some gal would giggle and I'd get red
And some guy'd laugh and I'd bust his head,
I tell ya, life ain't easy for a boy named "Sue."
Well, I grew up quick and I grew up mean,
My fist got hard and my wits got keen,
I'd roam from town to town to hide my shame.
But I made a vow to the moon and stars
That I'd search the honky-tonks and bars
And kill that man who gave me that awful name.
Well, it was Gatlinburg in mid-July
And I just hit town and my throat was dry,
I thought I'd stop and have myself a brew.
At an old saloon on a street of mud,
There at a table, dealing stud,
Sat the dirty, mangy dog that named me "Sue."
Well, I knew that snake was my own sweet dad
From a worn-out picture that my mother'd had,
And I knew that scar on his cheek and his evil eye.
He was big and bent and gray and old,
And I looked at him and my blood ran cold
And I said: "My name is 'Sue!' How do you do!
Now your gonna die!!"
Well, I hit him hard right between the eyes
And he went down, but to my surprise,
He come up with a knife and cut off a piece of my ear.
But I busted a chair right across his teeth
And we crashed through the wall and into the street
Kicking and a' gouging in the mud and the blood and the beer.
I tell ya, I've fought tougher men
But I really can't remember when,
He kicked like a mule and he bit like a crocodile.
I heard him laugh and then I heard him cuss,
He went for his gun and I pulled mine first,
He stood there lookin' at me and I saw him smile.
And he said: "Son, this world is rough
And if a man's gonna make it, he's gotta be tough
And I knew I wouldn't be there to help ya along.
So I give ya that name and I said goodbye
I knew you'd have to get tough or die
And it's the name that helped to make you strong."
He said: "Now you just fought one hell of a fight
And I know you hate me, and you got the right
To kill me now, and I wouldn't blame you if you do.
But ya ought to thank me, before I die,
For the gravel in ya guts and the spit in ya eye
Cause I'm the son-of-a-bitch that named you "Sue.'"
I got all choked up and I threw down my gun
And I called him my pa, and he called me his son,
And I came away with a different point of view.
And I think about him, now and then,
Every time I try and every time I win,
And if I ever have a son, I think I'm gonna name him
Bill or George! Anything but Sue! I still hate that name!
the lyrics to a boy named sue. its..... pretty good...
The late Johnny Cash was one of the most influential figures in American music in the post war period. He managed to combine elements of folk, rock 'n' roll and country, which together with his distinctive voice and guitar style, created an instantly recognisable sound. 1994 was to prove to be Cash's only appearance at the Montreux Festival. The "Man In Black" had just released his acclaimed American Recordings album and his European tour took in Montreux on July 5. This track is taken from the Eagle Vision DVD "Live at Montreux".
Live from the dansih television broadcastingstudios of DR(Danmarks Radio) back in 1971