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Cash Bash V being held over two nights 

Johnny Cash fans rejoice -- the annual Cash Bash will be held over two nights this year. While technically a pre-party and main bash, it's really just 13 bands paying tribute to the Man in Black.

On April 4, The Belmont Playboys, The Truckstop Preachers, Jem Crossland & The Hypertonics, The Defilers and Cattletruck will rock Puckett's Farm Equipment.

On April 5, Rocket 350, Rebel-Son, The Bo-Stevens, The Kings of Hell, Rev. D-Ray & The Shockers, Wink Keziah & Delux Motel, The Tremors and Tommy Ray & The Rayguns will tear it up at Tremont Music Hall.

Each band will have to play at least two Cash cover songs during their set.

Tickets for Puckett's are $10. The show at Tremont is $12, $10 in advance. More info: www.myspace.com/charlottecashbash.

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