He Wore Black

Date: June 30, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Pace Center, Parker, CO

DCM PRODUCTIONS, LTD in association with Castle Rock Entertainment Group LLC, presents, HE WORE BLACK, a Johnny Cash Tribute Concertto be performed at the Parker Arts PACE Theatre in Parker, CO on June 30, 2018 at 7:00pm.  The show will feature, WS “Fluke” Holland, Johnny Cash’s one and only drummer for nearly 40 years, and the last remaining member of the infamous Tennessee Three. Fluke was the original drummer for Carl Perkins, and can be heard on the original SUN Records recording of Blue Suede Shoes, the first SUN Record to ever sell over 1M copies.  Fluke was in the studio on the drums when the now famous gathering of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins, known as the “Million Dollar Quartet”, was recorded.

Fluke will be performing, along with the He Wore Black Band, a number of Perkins Rockabilly hits to open the show, followed by a tribute to the Man in Black, Johnny Cash, led by local Castle Rock, Colorado musician, David Chapa.  The tribute show is a combination song, stories, and memories shared with the audience from the man who was there when it happened, Fluke Holland, and Chapa, who has spent years researching Cash in preparation for this show that debuted in Franktown, Colorado earlier this year to a sold-out crowd. Tickets for the show may be purchased through the Parker Arts PACE Center website (www.parkerarts.org) or at the door the day of the event, pending availability. Check online for pricing and availability.  This is a show you will not forget.