A Boy Named Cash – NYE EVE SHOW!

UPDATED A Boy Named Cash Parkerville NYE

New Year’s Eve Sunday 31st December 2017.

Come and experience a magical evening under the stars, with Monty Cotton and his band performing a superb tribute to the legendary Johnny Cash on the amazing Parky outdoor stage.

This is a ticketed event. Tickets available on Eventbrite:  https://newyears2017parky.eventbrite.com.au

Doors open at 5pm and the concert starts at 7pm with well-respected solo artist, Craig Dunkling, playing a few favourite covers to warm up the crowd!

The show will run until midnight with Monty counting us all into the 2018 New Year!

An event that is suitable for all ages. Bring your friends or family and come along and enjoy wood-fired pizza, a selection of delicious meals from the A La Carte Menu and beverages under the stars while enjoying some fabulous music! What a way to say goodbye to 2017 and begin a new year!

More about Monty Cotton:
Back by popular demand, Monty Cotton presents ‘A Boy Named Cash – Johnny Cash Tribute Show’. This is no ordinary event, Monty Cotton performs as a one-man band and also with the support of his fellow accomplished musicians to showcase all the greatest hits of The Man in Black.

As a seasoned performer and musician, Monty woke up one day and realised he could imitate Johnny Cash! This launched his career as he toured across Australia at pubs, clubs, shopping centres, arts festivals, mine sites, private functions, and preformed on radio, morning television and ‘The Voice’ Australia.

As a full-time accountant from Sydney, Monty dreamt of becoming a rock n’ roll superstar. For the past 10 years Monty has spent weekends escaping the city to support cover bands as a guitarist, drummer, pianist, bass player, backing singer and more. By chance he auditioned for Australian Idol in 2009 and reached the top 40, narrowly missing out on the top 24. Inspired by this, and success in subsequent local talent competitions, Monty began to chase a solo career as a songwriter and to showcase his rich, deep voice.


“You hit that so perfectly” – Larry Emdur, Seven Network’s Morning Show commenting on Monty’s Johnny Cash live showcase appearance.

“With closed eyes it could have been the real Cash standing on stage, Cotton’s voice being absolutely spot on” – Edinburgh Spotlight.

“A Boy Named Cash is a great crowd pleaser” – View from the Gods, London