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The Johnny Cash Songbook

Join Warren James on an intimate musical journey through the life and music of Johnny Cash, The Man in Black.
Sharing the unique stories as told to us by the people that knew him best, his friends and fans! From the poverty of an Arkansas cotton farm, to fame and fortune, from addiction to ruin and his meteoric rebirth as a living legendary during the 1990s. Sharing all of the stories along with a live band performing the music of the Man in Black: Ring of Fire, Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues, A Boy Named Sue, Cry Cry Cry, Delia’s Gone, Hurt and many more.
Like many before him Warren James lives on the road, touring the lesser trodden path and entertaining audiences. His own high energy concerts have taken him across Europe and America, whilst shared billing with some iconic names, Brian May and Joe Brown among them, highlight a growing reputation. In 2011 Warren performed an amazing 166 shows and reviews from his 2014 concert at Salford’s Lowry theatre and Huntingdon Hall in Worcester saw the media exclaim that the ‘acoustic-roots revival has never been in safer hands’.
***Footage from Warren’s skiffle concert at the prestigious Lowry, Salford below***

Celebrating the music of Lonnie Donegan, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, The Everly Brothers, Eddie Cochran, Joe Brown and more – we welcome you to the website of musician and performer, Warren James

Based in Warwickshire (United Kingdom) Warren regularly tours his solo concerts across Britain and Germany. He has played electric lead-guitar with many country, blues and rock ‘n’ roll shows and with his playing style comparable to Albert Lee and James Burton he is a popular choice. Warren’s fast acoustic-lead style has seen him employed with many popular bluegrass groups and in addition to all of this he plays banjo with trad jazz and blues bands both at home in the UK and on the continent.
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“Keep your eyes open for Warren James,
You won’t be disappointed”
BBC Radio 2

“Acoustic-roots and skiffle
has never been in safer hands”
The Lowry, Salford Online