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Event Archive - JOHNNY CASH TRIBUTE NIGHT!!: David P. Smith, Clay George, Away, Ri'o!, Barley Wik, The Himalayan Bear, Elephant Island, Carolyn Mark, David Chenery

Sun. February 26th 2006 Logan's Pub (No Minors)
Presented by: Aaargh!
The annual Johnny Cash night is upon us again, it being an event of some great proportions featuring a great many notable Cash fans contributing.
So's to mark the day Johnny Cash came upon us some 73 years past, some dozen or so local admirers of the Man in Black take part in what has proved to be a great event every year since it's conception some 5 years ago.

This year's lineup proves to be one the most thorough & accomplished yet, it being composed of such favorites as:

David Chenery & the Lonesome Valley Singers
Elephant Island
Carolyn Mark
Tolan McNeil
David P. Smith
Clay George
Away, Ri'o!
Barley Wik
Himalayan Bear
Austin & Will of the Grey Army
Al Pasanen
+ a few others no doubt

In the many years this event has been, it has never failed to be anything but a phenomenal sucess for everyone who knows a love for the man.


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David P. Smith

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David P. Smith has been writing songs, performing and recording for 20+ years with various configurations of musicians you can explore on his Live Victoria profile. He has established himself as one of Victoria’s most captivating and original songwriters. Sad, savage, slapstick, surreal songs, vivid spaces where humour and despair battle on a d... more info

Away, Ri'o! (hagardgolonelygolovely)

Little more than a valiant crusade to warm your heart. Hear, melt, dip, sway, la la... la la more info

Barley Wik (Bluegrassy folky jazzy fun)

Barley Wik sing like angels and play an array of acoustic instruments like they sold their souls to the devil. The all-female band reinvents old-time music with an impressive collection of well-crafted original songs that reshape folk and country with a little twist of bluegrass. The band’s name comes from the 15th century term bailiwick, a re... more info

Elephant Island (folky indie rock)

We were once the quietest band in Victoria, crooning and swooning in a local bookstore. We took it seriously, carefully crafting our acoustic experiments. We wrote long songs and played them at low volumes. It was paradise. Since those heady days we have increasingly incorporated more elements of pop music - like the chorus. I know! Watch out! Ham ... more info

Carolyn Mark (coastal and western)

Ex-Vinaigrettes front lady, and country-punk chanteuse sings songs that'll tickle your heart and break your funny bone. more info

David Chenery (Apocalyptic folk songs)

Nightmare poems wrapped in traditional styled folk songs, D. Chenery has played at Thursdays' with Clay George, the Brickyard and The Blenz Cafe. He is currently recording a CD in a black hole of a basement. Influenced by guys like Hank Williams, Ledbelly, The Velvet Underground... more info
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