He walks the line: Goffee is Johnny Cash


One-year-old Elizabeth Perkins has her first encounter with a very colorful clown. Peppy, “the official hug therapist,” passed out yellow and blue balloons all evening.


Accompanied by a three-piece band, Terry Lee Goffee sings “I Walk the Line” July 28 on Tappan Square as part of Oberlin’s Summer Concert Series. He has portrayed American music legend Johnny Cash for 15 years and counting.


Sisters Merryl and Zora Roseman take a quick dance break to cover the sidewalk in colorful chalk scribbles. They come to Tappan Square every Friday to move and groove along to the music.


Max Sooy blows a soap bubble through a rope wand almost his size. A chance of rain and strong winds didn’t stop a large crowd of kids from playing with the fun toys that Peppy the Clown brought.


Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-Tribune

A rich baritone voice paired with an acoustic guitar helped transform Terry Lee Goffee into the spitting image of Johnny Cash on July 28 in Tappan Square as part of the 25th Annual Summer Concert Series. He paid homage to Cash’s 50-year career, incorporating the guitar-slinging body movements that were a signature Man in Black trademark.

One-year-old Elizabeth Perkins has her first encounter with a very colorful clown. Peppy, “the official hug therapist,” passed out yellow and blue balloons all evening.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/07/web1_Concert4.jpgOne-year-old Elizabeth Perkins has her first encounter with a very colorful clown. Peppy, “the official hug therapist,” passed out yellow and blue balloons all evening.

Accompanied by a three-piece band, Terry Lee Goffee sings “I Walk the Line” July 28 on Tappan Square as part of Oberlin’s Summer Concert Series. He has portrayed American music legend Johnny Cash for 15 years and counting.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/07/web1_Concert1.jpgAccompanied by a three-piece band, Terry Lee Goffee sings “I Walk the Line” July 28 on Tappan Square as part of Oberlin’s Summer Concert Series. He has portrayed American music legend Johnny Cash for 15 years and counting.

Sisters Merryl and Zora Roseman take a quick dance break to cover the sidewalk in colorful chalk scribbles. They come to Tappan Square every Friday to move and groove along to the music.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/07/web1_Concert2.jpgSisters Merryl and Zora Roseman take a quick dance break to cover the sidewalk in colorful chalk scribbles. They come to Tappan Square every Friday to move and groove along to the music.

Max Sooy blows a soap bubble through a rope wand almost his size. A chance of rain and strong winds didn’t stop a large crowd of kids from playing with the fun toys that Peppy the Clown brought.
http://www.theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/07/web1_Concert3.jpgMax Sooy blows a soap bubble through a rope wand almost his size. A chance of rain and strong winds didn’t stop a large crowd of kids from playing with the fun toys that Peppy the Clown brought.
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