The Rhythm Riders, featuring John and Dee Price, will be performing their tribute shows: “Back In Black,” a tribute to the great Johnny Cash, and ”San Antonio Rose,” a tribute to the incomparable Patsy Cline, in a two-night event to raise funds for Twelve Bridges Middle School. W.S. Holland, Johnny Cash’s drummer for 37 years, has performed with the Rhythm Riders and said: “Johnny Price and The Rhythm Riders is the best Cash tribute band I’ve ever heard. No question, this is the real thing, not an imitation. John Price doesn’t even have to try, he just is Johnny Cash.” Patsy Cline tribute band “San Antonio Rose” with Dee Price will open the show. “Dee Price is a world class singer reminding me of Patsy Cline and Anita Carter, yet with a distinctive sound that is clearly her own,” Holland said. “Back in Black” is an authentic Johnny Cash tribute that has been wowing audiences everywhere they perform. With their dedication to preserving the original Cash sound and Johnny Price’s uncanny vocal portrayal of the Man in Black himself, the Rhythm Riders leave their audiences feeling like they have just experienced an authentic Johnny Cash show. Come relive the days of the Grand Ole Opry and the great country acts that spawned some of the greatest American roots music ever created. The concerts will be Sept. 19-20 in the Twelve Bridges Middle School Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available in the school office, at TIX.com and at the door both nights of the show. Call 434-5270 for more information.