February 25th, 2010
Vince Mira and friends from Seattle’s favorite bands sing the great songs of the Man In Black
The Man In Black left big shoes to fill, but a shy Seattle teen has been stepping in for several years now, and dropping jaws in the process.
Vince Mira’s slender frame and tender years don’t prepare you for his booming voice. Johnny Cash would’ve turned 78 on February 26. Mira’s not even old enough to vote, but the baritone echoes of Cash that emanate from his lips have earned the respect of Cash’s son, John Carter Cash (who produced his debut album) and media outlets across the nation.
Mira and an assortment of vocalists including the Dusty 45s Billy Joe Huels, Kirk Huffman of Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground, Marshall Scott Warner, Nick Streeter and Kerry Zettel of See Me River (and more) will take the stage at Neumos to honor one of this country’s most enduring musical icons.
Doors at 7pm :: $15 adv