We are proud to invite you to our new online experience!!! The Asher's spectacular Father's Day Weekend special featuring a Ray Charles and Sam Cooke tribute show, which was so well received, will now be available online for streaming! This amazing show will also be hosted by the famous comedian and actor Sinbad!! Join us at 7pm on August 8th as we honor the lives and music of two of America’s most iconic and talented performers featuring James Stephens III and his live band. Back by popular demand will be the smooth sounds of Ron Dixon as Sam Cooke.
How many tribute artists do you know that actually performed and toured with the legendary Ray Charles, performed as Ray Charles on national television, and was a finalist for the leading role in the blockbuster movie "Ray"? James Stephens III is that man and he will be performing Ray's classic hit songs like Hit the Road Jack, Georgia, Tell What I Say, and more, just for you! This show will make you laugh, stomp your feet, sing-a-long, dance and have fun. Come see James Stephens perform the best Ray Charles and his buddy Ron Dixon as Sam Cooke singing You Send Me, Bring It on Home to Me, and more.
PURCHASING AND VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS: To purchase tickets, click the "Buy Ticket" link in our video player below. Once clicked, you must sign up/register to access our video player and then pay for your ticket to the show. Purchased tickets allow you access to the live show for 24 hours once the show starts or after your ticket is purchased. When you are ready to watch the show, you can return to this page to login to the video player and start watching the show.
The Asher Theatre is Myrtle Beach's newest venue to the entertainment scene and showcases the highly acclaimed show: The Man of A Thousand Voices featuring master impressionist and entertainer James Stephens III. You may have seen him on HBO, Showtime, The Tonight Show or many of his national TV appearances. Stephens has a wide range of voices. One minute he's Chris Rock and Lil Wayne, and the next moment he's Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. This triple-threat also plays piano like Duke Ellington, trumpet like Louis Armstrong, dances like Sammy Davis Jr. and sings like everybody! A MUST SEE!
To view all 2020 dates for The Man of a Thousand Voices show, please scroll down below or click on the monthly CALENDAR button to your right or click on Find an Event.