In conjunction with the 2013 Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles premiere of “My Father and the Man in Black,” the Grammy Museum presents top Johnny Cash with June Carter tribute band Mighty Cash Cats in concert, Friday, July 12 at 8 p.m.
“My Father and the Man in Black,” released in 2012, is the untold story of late country music icon Johnny Cash and the famously troubled relationship he had with his manager, Saul Holiff, as told through the eyes of Holiff’s son, Jonathan.
Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles, now in its fifth year, takes place from July 10-July 18 at various high-profile venues including AT&T Center Theater, Downtown Independent Theater, Clive Davis Theater, Grammy Museum and more.
Based in live music hotspot Ventura, Calif., the Mighty Cash Cats were one of the first bands in the United States to pay tribute to Johnny Cash with June Carter. Their critically-acclaimed show covers the Man in Black’s career from his earliest Sun Record hits to his final Rick Rubin-produced American Recordings and includes fun Johnny Cash and June Carter duets.