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Life may not be easy for a boy named Sue, but it’ll sure be entertaining for Artesians next weekend when a tribute to the Man in Black comes to the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center.

Bennie Wheels & Walkin’ the Line, the nation’s top and most authentic tribute to Johnny Cash, June Carter and The Tennessee Three will treat audiences to a taste of Cash in his “Folsom Prison”-era prime.

Wheels began his entertainment career as an Elvis tribute artist but soon realized that market was a bit flooded. When the hit movie “Walk The Line” was released, he became drawn to Cash’s story, and after touring Sun Records in Memphis in the summer of 2006, vowed to learn to play guitar and begin paying tribute to Cash.

Tickets are $30 each and may be purchased online at www.artesiaartscouncil.com or at the OPAC box office, 746-4212. The show is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15.