June Carter Cash: The Woman, Her Music and Me

Author(s): Charlene Boyd Company: National Theatre of Scotland and Grid Iron Running time: 1h 20min approx
Venue: Rockfield Centre, Oban Dates:

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June Carter Cash was a country singer, songwriter and dancer. She played guitar, banjo, harmonica and autoharp, winning five Grammy awards across her career.

She came from a family of country singers and was the second wife of Johnny Cash. Their relationship was celebrated in the Oscar-winning 2005 film, Walk the Line.

A new documentary about “June” received its TV première on Paramount+ in 2024. This is the first stage play about June’s life and music in the UK.

More than a simple biography of June’s life and music, this play with songs sees Charlene explore her own relationship with her musical heroine and their shared experience as performers and working mothers. A personal journey of discovery stretching across the Atlantic, from the Appalachian Mountains to the Glasgow high-rise flats.

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