Award winning Tribute Artist Lynn LaFrance has been entertaining audiences for many years with his realistic portrayal of film and music icon Elwood Blues in Blues Brothers Tribute acts in Florida and around the US, including currently working with the licensed and authentic stage show at Universal Resort in Orlando.
Now Lynn is focusing his talents on bringing to life a convincing Johnny Cash. This fun, nostalgic filled tribute to the music legend highlights his most memorable and popular songs. Close your eyes and let the music and sights transport you back in time, or better yet, sing along to the familiar Johnny tunes you know. From Folsom Prison Blues to Ring of Fire and many top hits in between, you're sure to hear your favorite Johnny Cash song.
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Tim Kostas is originally from Boston MA where he jammed with a whole host of top notch bands including Spike The Rhino, The Stump Grinders, UHF and Grip On The Sun. The genres covered by these bands ranged from instrumental surf, to female-fronted power pop, to balls to wall arena rock.
Moving to the Charlotte, NC area, Tim created and played bass for JackRabbit Slim (JRS) and Lounge Fly. JRS was one of the top cover bands in the Charlotte area 3 years running. Lounge Fly - A Stone Temple Pilots Tribute Band, fronted by Tim's talented Son, wowed audiences up and down the east coast from Boston to Atlanta and toured extensively during its short one year run.
Now living the good life in Jacksonville Beach, FL, Tim is excited for the future of Cash In Black!
Upright Bass, Electric Bass
Born with the Blues, Jim "Web" Weber grew up in Western New York State. A harp blowin', guitar strummin' drummer, Web has been playing old school Blues, Country, and Rock 'n' Roll on the East coast since the late 60's. Currently living in Jacksonville FL Web is playing drums with traditional Rockabillys, Beau Knott & The Burners. He is "pullin' at the bit" to get the Train beat going with Cash In Black!
A natural born musician, Roger Hawk hails from the Branson, Missouri area. His music career started at the age of 13 when he first played guitar on the Radio. His early music career saw Roger playing with accomplished Southern Gospel groups such as The Happy Goodman Family, The Hinsons's, The Masters Five and J.D. Sumner. The highlight of Roger's distinguished music career is playing guitar for Country Music Legend George Jones and traveling along with George and the band, playing along side of other Country Music Legends like Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, and Loretta Lynn to name just a few.
Roger considers himself blessed and extremely grateful for having the opportunity to have such wonderful experiences and is looking forward to great things with Cash In Black!