Johnny Cash’s Talented First Grandson Is All Grown Up And Sounds Just Like His Gifted Grandpa

Lookalikes and doppelgangers are hard to come across, but it’s even more difficult to find somebody that shares a voice to another. Johnny Cash’s first grandson, Thomas Gabriel, has this rare characteristic.

When Johnny Cash was still alive, he would invite his grandson Thomas on stage with him to sing a version of “When the Saints Go Marching In.” He would tell Thomas to fine-tune his vocals because Cash recognized the similarities to his own voice when he was younger.

Thomas must have listened to his late grandfather. Now, many years later, we can see the striking similarities between both of their remarkable and unique voices. Hearing both of them sing the same song enunciates their parallels.

Now, Thomas embraces his amazing voice and puts on performances in honor of his grandfather, Johnny Cash. This teaches people to always have faith in their abilities, as if they’re supported they can become lifelong dreams come true.

Johnny Cash’s Talented First Grandson Is All Grown Up And Sounds Just Like His Gifted Grandpa