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Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971 spotlights the great singer-songwriter and his road company before an audience that delights in the country, rockabilly, American roots music, and spirituals that comprise the evening’s repertoire. Live In Denmark presents the “Man In Black,” backed by his airtight back-up band, the Tennessee Three. The set also brings to the fore June Carter Cash in three duets with Cash, including “If I Were A Carpenter.” June’s mother (and Cash’s mother-in-law), the legendary Maybelle Carter, matriarch of the First Family of Country Music, is also here, as are Mother Maybelle’s other two talented daughters, Anita and Helen. On board, as well, are rockabilly eminence Carl Perkins (of “Blue Suede Shoes” immortality) and the Statler Brothers, much loved for their off-the-wall humor and homespun four part harmonies.