World’s Greatest Johnny Cash Experience: Terry Lee Goffee

In the spring of 1955, Johnny Cash walked into the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, and the music world was never the same. Not long afterward, Terry Lee Goffee put his first Cash record on a turntable and his world changed too.

In the spring of 1955, Johnny Cash walked into the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, and the music world was never the same. Not long afterward, Terry Lee Goffee put his first Cash record on a turntable and his world changed too. In the memorable tribute show Goffee becomes Cash, from the moment he walks onstage until the end of this show. Among the 34 songs included in the tribute are such Cash classics as “A Boy Named Sue,” “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” “I Walk the Line,” “Ring of Fire,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and “Hurt.

September 17-26

  • Friday and Saturday Evenings: 7 PM
  • Sunday Matinee: 2 PM
  • 90 minute runtime  
  • Performance Pricing: $45 / $42 Members

Dinner reservations can be made at The National WWII Museum’s Higgins Hotel at the rooftop restaurant Rosie’s on the Roof. Beverages are available for purchase preshow at the bar in the American Sector Restaurant + Bar.

Note: The National WWII Museum follows all COVID-19 CDC guidelines. Guests must stay with their party at their assigned table. Masks are required to be worn unless eating or drinking. This is for the safety of our patrons as well as our performer. For more information on our procedures, please visit https://www.nationalww2museum.org/know-before-you-go.