Johnny Cash Throws Out His Back During Hysterical Elvis Impersonation (Left), (Right)

In a world full of Elvis Presley impersonators, only one can reign champion. Country music legend Johnny Cash gives it his all in a hysterical impersonation of The King of Rock & Roll.

“We had a request here tonight to do an impersonation of a rock & roll singer,” opens Cash. “Elvis who? Oh no, I’ll tell you this is an impersonation of a rock & roll singer impersonating Elvis is what this really is.”

Cash then rolled out his best impersonations of the King, all the way down to his signature hair style of luscious flowing locks. Just as he began singing the opening notes of “My Baby Left Me,” Cash pretends to throw his back out while attempting one of Elvis’ iconic hip-jiving dance moves. After gathering his composure, Cash continued on with his hilarious performance. 

From his vocals to his dance moves, Cash executes his performance flawlessly, proving he reigns king of the impersonators. “My Baby Left Me” was originally written by R&B singer Arthur Crudup and later recorded and released as a single by Elvis in 1956.

You can watch the hysterical video below!

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