Love listening to the oldies?
The Children's Home Society of West Virginia took music lovers back to the Johnny Cash era.
It's all part of the Music Tribute Fundraiser at the Six Pence Pub and Eatery Saturday night.
Several musicians from across the valley took time out to perform songs by the music legend himself.
A $5 donation was taken to benefit the children's home society in the Mountain State.
The organization says they are always willing to help the kids when they need it the most.
"Well, we're just very committed and dedicated to helping families whether it's in our shelter or foster care program or kids transitioning to adulthood who need a little help," says Children's Home Society of West Virginia Chief Executive Officer, Steve Tuck.
A raffle ticket drawing was held for people to win fun prizes.
The fundraiser is a part of the Americana Music Tribute Series.
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