Clipped From Tucson Daily Citizen
Wes tern Sh owAt Corbett Field America's top country music star, Johnny Cash, heads a troupe of country and western singers appearing at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Hi Corbett Field in Randolph Park. . Titled "The 1962 Shower of Stars," this music spectacular is being brought to Tucson direct from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where it had its premiere last night. Sponsoring the local performance are Harry Osborne, producer of Arizona Jamboree, and Earl Perrin. Tickets will be available at the door, priced at 75 cents for children, $2.25 adult general admission, and $2.75 for reserved seats. In addition to the always welcome Johnny Cash, others on the program include "The Tennessee Two"—Marshall Grant and Luther Perkins—Don Gibson, Patsy Cline, George Jones, LeRoy Van Dyke, Mother Maybelle and the Carter Family, Johnny Western, Gordon Terry and Geordie Riddle. At left is Patsy Cline; below, Johnny Cash sings with "The Tennessee Two."