The King is gone, but the music and style is still alive.
Elvis CD's, LP's, casettes & videos are still selling long after his death and there are even new releases every year.
The phenomenon Elvis was and is a million dollar industry! On a couple of other pages I have info.
about Elvis himself, his albums, songs etc. This page will contain information about Elvis related
musicians, not Elvis himself.
This page is about the best Elvis impersonators, sound-alikes and tribute artists there is. Talented people that help to keep the memory alive.
>>Looking for links to: Jack Nelson, Max Pellicano, Gary Wayne Bridges, Elvis James, Jon S Wesley, Tim Welch, Tim Whitnall, Greer Craig, Buddy Castillo,
Jim Matthews, and Johnny Spence
(...if they have web sites. Any help appreciated)
Jamie Aaron Kelley
Gary Wayne Bridges
Elvis Aaron Presley Jr.
Jonathon Von Brana
Charles Alan Rowe (Nuelvis)
Travis LeDoytMaybe the best 50's Elvis impersonator/tribute artist I have seen! He looks a lot like a young Elvis Presley, and sounds very good! Travis was born in 1977 (the same year as me). He performs a historic concert tribute with his band, "Tales From The Heartbreak Hotel", specializing in the 1954-1959 years of Elvis career. I watched a re-creation (as a play act on stage) of the movie "King Creole" starring Travis (on video), and I thought he did an amazing job, sounding, talking, moving and looking like Elvis.
Rio - the Voice of ElvisMy favorite Elvis sound-alike artist (along with Jimmy Ellis)! Rio, from Germany have one of the best Elvis 70's voices in Europe and the world. He has been voted the best Elvis impersonator in Europe, a nd released several CD's, including "Goes Country", "Live" and "The One And Only Day - Christmas". I have all albums mentioned above, and I especially like Rio's version of "If Tomorrow Never Comes" and "Please Come To Boston". My good Internet friend, Jim Vanhollebeke, reviewed 2 of Rio's CD's. You can read the reviews here.
Jimmy EllisJimmy was, and still is, one of my favorite Elvis sound-alikes. I really like the way he sings songs that Elvis never recorded in versions that still sound a lot like Elvis. Please visit my own Jimmy Ellis page for information and links.
Jimmy Ellis - At This Moment (RealAudio)
Tony RoiA great tribute artist and also a great ballad singer. Tony has been in "The Legends In Concert" and also made a couple of TV appearances ("All My Children", "David Letterman" (3 times), "Regis and Kathi Lee", "NBC Today", "Atlantic City On The Move", "CNN International", "Burden Of Proof"-CNN, "Elvis and Me").
To listen to his album "Hand In Hand", you can go to www.amazon.de, just search for "Tony Roy" and click on the album: "Hand in Hand". One of my favorite CD's, great ballads!
Tom GreenGreat voice! Sings everything from Elvis to opera. He does Elvis 1950's, 60's and 70's songs equaly good - sounding more like Elvis than most other singers.
Donny EdwardsDonny Edwards is one of the top Elvis Tribute Artists in the world today! He is able to perform all eras of Elvis's career, 50's, 60's and 70's with remarkable authenticity. His humility, charm and southern manner, coupled with his uncanny sound and appearance, will make you feel as if you are almost watching, the King, himself.
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Jamie Aaron KelleyGreat Elvis soundalike and tribute artist! He has one of the best Elvis-like voices I have ever heard. He was the first tribute artist to be allowed to perform at the Tupelo Fair in Mississippi. He has released two CD's, "Unfinsihed Business" and "The Sun Also Rises". I have both and I think they are great! Highly recommended! Please check out his web sites listed below for lot's of more information.
Jamie Aaron Kelley - Joshua Fit The Battle (RealAudio)
Trent CarliniTrent is the star of the hit Las Vegas show "The Dream King," and the winner of the world-wide Tribute Competition to the King of Rock 'n Roll. The competition was held on August 26, 1997 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He's got the whole package: sings like Elvis, moves like Elvis and even looks like Elvis. If you can not see him live, check out his video: "A Dream King Concert", it's great!
Rick SaucedoRick belongs to the top ten Elvis impersonators & tribute artists in the world, along with Trent Carlini and Travis LeDoyt (to name two others). He moves like Elvis, he looks like the older Elvis (Elvis around 1974) and he sounds like Elvis. I have his CD "Memphis I'm Coming Home", which I think is great!
On Rick's homepage you can read his biography, concert schedule, buy merchandise and listen to some sound samples
Max PellicanoGreat tribute artist! He's got the Elvis look, the moves and he sings very good. He did a very nice version of "I Want You I Need You I Love You" at a concert that I watched on video a while ago.
Scot BruceOriginally from the Pacific Northwest, where he was an air-personality at the top 40 FM radio station Z-FUN 106 and a drummer, Scot has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. While pursuing his career as a musician/actor (and having been a musician and a big Elvis fan all of his life) he started doing a 1950s' era Elvis show as a way to survive the lean times. The result was a surprise to Scot, what was meant as a part-time "gig" to supplement his income blossomed into a full-time career. Because of his uncanny resemblance to the young "King" and his ability to sing, strum a guitar, and swivel his hips, his live show has taken him all over the world to places like Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia (where he had the privilege of performing for the King and Queen), Mainland China, Australia and several countries in Europe and South America. He regularly plays concert dates across the United States. As Elvis, Scot has appeared in music videos with Sheryl Crow, Faith Hill, and Tasmin Archer, as well as on the FOX TV sitcom "Partners." Scot has also been heard as the "Resident Elvis" on the highly rated Los Angeles morning radio show "Mark and Brian" on KLOS FM. Most recently, Scot has appeared in a recurring role on the hit soap opera "Days of Our Lives," a Pizza Hut commercial, and as the lead role in three successful productions of "Idols of the King": the prestigous Barter Theater in Virginia, the Tennessee Repertory Theater in Nashville, and ArtPark in upstate New York. If you saw the "True Hollywood Story: Elvis in Hollywood" on E! Entertainment Network, that was Scot playing Elvis in the recreation scenes. He is also a regular cast member of "A Really Big Shew" the Tribute to the Ed Sullivan Show." Aside from "Being Elvis," Scot has also been seen as a night-club crooner on "The Bold and the Beautiful." Scot is a song-writer, and (whenever possible) performs an acoustic guitar/harmonica solo act in the local pubs, and plays the drums with an LA-based rock-a-billy band. Two of Scot's original songs were used in Riverdance Pictures' 1999 film "On the Turning Away."
Scot Bruce - G.I. Blues (RealAudio)
Scot Bruce - Baby, Let's Play House (RealAudio)
Gary Wayne BridgesA great singer that can really sound like Elvis in the 70's. His version of the Elvis song "Help Me" sounds almost exactly as Elvis own version! I also have his wonderful LP "For The Love Of Elvis '88", where I think he sounds like a mix of Elvis (around 74-76) and Rick Nelson (in the 70's and 80's). Great record, which included 10 songs never recorded by Elvis.
I got this new information e-mailed to me (2002): Gary continued performing Elvis into the 1990s. He toured throughout the U.S. and Canada with members of Elvis' original group, including J.D. Sumner, Charlie Hodge, etc. Gary was a pall bearer at J.D.s funeral and is referred to in J.D.s book as the best in the business. Gary went to Nashville to record for Warner records and an accident cut his career short. He is planning a come back of his tribute to Elvis for August of this year (2002). Gary is now a successful producer of themed tribute shows that perform in casinos around the U.S.
GWB - Help Me
Doug ChurchDoug Church - The Voice of Elvis. He began his Elvis career in the United States Air Force in 1983, winning the talent contests held annually by the Air Force, competing against hundreds of other contestants. Since then he have had a fantastic career and won several contests. He has a voice that is so close to Elvis that in some songs (Elvis songs, studio, from the mid 70's) it's hard to hear the difference. Doug belongs to the top ten Elvis tribute artists in the world!
Doug Church - Susan When She Tried (RealAudio)
Daniel YoungTake a look around to learn more about Daniel Young and his music, see why he was voted music Artist and Country Entertainer of the year by the L.T.A. of Georgia. Here you can download his photos, listen to his music, mp3's, waves, real audio and windows media, watch videos of Daniel, and order his music CDs.
Daniel Young - Rags To Riches (RealAudio)
Jesse AronGreat Elvis-like voice! One of the best Elvis sound-alikes there is! This guy can sound like Elvis when singing songs from all eras of Elvis: 1950's, 60's and 70's. His site has biography, sound samples etc.
Shawn KlushThe new star in "Legends in concert". Plays the part of Elvis in the CBS VH1 miniseries "Shake Rattle and Roll". Good voice! Belongs to the top Elvis tribute artists in the world. On the second link below you can listen to a sound sample.
The King (Jim Brown)A great Elvis sound-alike from Ireland. He sings covers from famous artists like: Nirvana, Bob Marley and Frank Sinatra, all with an Elvis touch. At the links below you can read about his CD's, tour dates and listen to sound samples.
Justin Shandor"Kid King". A teenager with a very mature voice! One of the very best Elvis tribute artists in my opinion. The pages below has biography, pictures and sound clips!
ARIONARION is back! My good friend Tony, with the Voice of a King! He has a new web site, with pictures, sound files, biography, merchandise and everything. I'm happy that he's finally bringing his talent to the world, and even touring abroad (Europe). I'm looking forward to CD's in the future cause this guy can really sound like Elvis. Probably the best 70's Elvis I have heard! Please visit his web site, write in his guest book, and book him for your event. The Legends continues...
Deke Rivers (Australia)Great Elvis performer from Australia! He's got a great voice. He also looks a lot like Elvis from the 1970's from certain angles. His web site has pictures, audio clips and even videos.
Ral DonnerRal Donner was one of the first singers to cover Elvis, when he in 1959 cut a demo of an Elvis LP cut called "Girl Of My Best Friend". Some of Donners hits include: "You Don't Know What You've Got", "Please Don't Go", and "I Didn't Figure On Him". He is the talking voice in the video documantary "This is Elvis".
You can listen to some sound samples at: www.cdnow.com
Ral donner - Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do (RealAudio)
John BarronElvis sound-alike from Germany. He has made two albums (when this was written): "My Love To You" and "Tales", and also a CD-single "John Barron Meets Bill - The Memphis Session". I have all three, and I think they are great!
Rene ShumanRene is from Holland and sings all kinds of music: Rockabilly, Blues, Country, Gospel and Rock and Roll. He has released several albums and singles, and has worked with The Jordanaires, Mike Stoller, and Phil Everly among others. He sounds a lot like Elvis did in the early 60's, one of the better Elvis sound-alikes I have heard. Great voice!
Dean ZA young tribute artist that has a great Elvis-like voice, and looks a little like a young Elvis.
Frankie AllenFrankie Allen did one of the best Elvis tribute songs that I have ever heard. It was called "Just A Country Boy" and was first(?) released on the single "JUST A COUNTRY BOY/I NEED YOU EVERY HOUR" on ROCKFIELD UP, UK pressing from 1977. You can also find "Just A Country Boy" at the CD "We All Wanna Sound Like Elvis" (this CD also contains one recording by Ral Donner and one by Vince Everett, and a lot of other artists). When singing "Just A Country Boy" Frankie sounds a lot like a young Elvis at SUN. On the second link (below), you can find info about the CD "We All Wanna Sound Like Elvis".
Frankie Allen - Just A Country Boy (RealAudio)
Frankie Allen - I Need You Every Hour (RealAudio)
Elvis Aaron Presley Jr.Very nice Elvis-like voice, especially in songs like "I'm Known By Many Names", "Marie", "Girl Happy" and "I'll Touch A Star". Check out his web site for more info., and for audio and video samples.
Martin FontaineMartin is a really talented artist from Canada. He was the star of the big hit show "The Elvis Story" for many years.
Jonathon Von BranaStarred as Elvis in "Legends In Concert" in Hawaii, and now has his own show in Hawaii called "Blue Hawaii". More Elvis look-alike than sound-alike. Moves a lot on the stage, which is fun to watch. One of the "coolest" Elvis tribute artists I have seen.
Johnny EarleAn amazing artist! One of the best tribute artists there is. He can really sound like Elvis (Elvis in the 50's and early 60's). He has recorded with The Jordanaires, Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana. He has impressed many with his great voice - including Lisa Marie Presley, who has named him "Mr. Rock n' Roll". He has also toured with the country legend Carl Perkins.
Johnny Earle - Anyway You Want Me (RealAudio)
Sivle Nora"Sivle Nora caused many people to wonder if indeed Elvis was still alive. The appearance of Sivle helped ease some of the grief that Elvis fans suffered and by the same token it took people's minds off the negative stories being written about Elvis. I would like to think that in some small way the legacy of Elvis Presley was extended in a very positive way by Sivle Nora." The nice words above was said by Mr. Steve Chanzes. The name "Sivle Nora" was taken from a book named "Elvis Where Are You?" written by Steve. Some people say Sivle's real name is David Darlock, others say it's not. Sivle chosed to keep his real name a secret. Steve produced and released the album "Sivle Sings Again" in the early 80's (1981, I think). These recordings are today very hard to find.
Sivle Nora - Loving You (RealAudio)
Sivle Nora - Are you Lonesome Tonight? (RealAudio)
Ronnie McDowellRonnie is not really an Elvis impersonator, he can "impersonate" his voice so that he sounds like the young Elvis (50's and 60's), but he does not dress like Elvis or tries to move like him. Ronnie has several talents. He is a performer, songwriter, sculptor, sign painter, animation artist, watercolor artist, and caricature artist, as well as a musical creator and a talent manager. You can listen to sound-clips at his official homepage (the first link below) or at www.cdnow.com.
Roy Evans (now under the name Lee Memphis King)Roy Evans from England is rated as one of the best Elvis impersonators in the world today. He has a great Elvis voice, just listen to the sound samples on his web page.
Robert FisherIn 1975 he released an album, "Canadas Own Elvis", all Elvis songs except for the song "Follow" written by Robert himself. It's a great song done with lot's of Elvis feeling. Another Elvis style song written by him was "What Will We Do Without You" on the album "To Elvis: Love Still Burning" (various artists) released in 1978. He has also released several singles with own material in the seventies and eighties.
Today Robert is still writing songs and performing his “International Tribute To Elvis”. He has added another very popular show called, “Showcase of Stars”. It is a one man legends show where he performs tributes to Elvis, Engelbert, Conway Twitty, Neil Diamond & others.
Though Robert is known as “The man with the true voice of the king” he is also a very talented impressionist who continues to add new voices to his shows. Please check out his web site for more info. and for great sound clips!
Matt LewisMatt has worked on "Legends in Concert" in USA, Germany, Switzerland and Australia! From a distance, he looks a little like Elvis and he has a nice Elvis voice.
Matt Lewis - Crying In the Chapel (RealAudio)
Stewart DuffStewart is the winner of "Stars In Their Eyes" 2002 (England). He has a very Elvis like voice, just listen to the sound file on the first site listed below.
Grahame Patrick DoyleBorn in Ireland. There are a couple of tribute artists on this page that both looks and sings like Elvis. This guy is one of them! Just listen to his "Love Me Tender" at the YouTube video at the link below. (recorded from German TV) He has been bringing down the house with his table-hopping, hip-swiveling "Viva Las Vegas" finale at the Imperial Palace's Legends in Concert show.
Douglas RoyAn Elvis impersonator and sound-alike that was around when Elvis was still alive. He's got a great voice that sounds a lot like another impersonator, Robert Fisher. I have only heard a few songs by him, and one of my favorites are "Grow Tall", which has a nice "Elvis feeling".
Douglas Roy - Bridge Over Troubled Water (RealAudio)
Nathan BeltGreat Elvis tribute artist! Great voice, great performer. Check out his MySpace web site for audio, and his YouTube videos. At the video link below you can see that he's got the Elvis style as well as the voice. He also performes with a live band, which I think is great.
Tom SmithTom Smith is a Elvis sound-alike from Scotland. He has a great Elvis 60's like voice! You can listen to sound samples at his web site. His site has also a discussion forum.
Rich WilsonI'm a huge fan of Rich Wilson. He's got a fantastic voice. You can hear him sing at ETA Radio November 2002 edition. You can also hear him sing at his official web site (listed below). There can you also buy his CD's (All his CD's are great, but "Personally" is my favourite), read his biography and other stuff.
Phil GrayGreat Elvis 50's SUN sound! The link below has some info about his recordings in the 1950's... I have not been able to reach Phil Gray or his producer. So, if you read this and don't want the picture or sound sample here, let me know and I'll remove them.
Phil Gray - Bluest Boy In Town (RealAudio)
Tom AlstonTom is a really talanted Elvis tribute artist from UK. He has done his tribute to Elvis for over 20 years. Winner of the SUN newspaper's quest to find the best Elvis look and sound-a-like, Tom was up against all the UK's top Elvis impersonators. Dressed as a soldier he sang "G.I. Blues" and won outright, to become "The Suns Elvis" (Undisputed king since 1989). Tom was also given the largests part on "Stars in their eyes" Elvis special, a one hour musical tribute to Elvis's career. At the web sites listed below, you can listen to audio clips, see pictures etc. The official web site even has video clips!
Johnny HarraThe most legendary Elvis impersonator. Johnny Harra has been in the Elvis tribute business for a long time, starting years before Elvis died. He played the older Elvis in the documentary movie "This is Elvis" (the re-creation parts).
Bob WestBob West has been performing his tribute to Elvis" for over 20 years (started out in 1975!). He has toured in Japan and all across the United States, including Imperial Palace Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. He looks a little like Elvis did in the 70's (around 74-75), and he sings good too. He does a great job on powerful songs like "Hurt" and "How Great Thou Art" (Elvis live version from the 70's).
Eddie YoungbloodEddie began his musical career as a vocalist with a rock'n'roll band working in the local clubs and pubs in Northern Queensland. His renditions of Elvis songs became very popular and he has now a very successful Elvis tribute show in Australia - THE GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS. 3 LP's has been released over the years and they are all now available on 2 CD's.
Rick LenziFrom Santa Rosa, California, Rick Lenzi has been an Elvis Tibute Artist since 1993. He has traveled from coast to coast entertaining fans, and has won several nationwide contest and made the finals at the "Images of the King" contest, held annually in Memphis, TN. He also appeared in "3000 Miles To Graceland" starring Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner.
Ryan PeltonRyan has only been performing his Elvis tribute in a short time, and has risen to the top of the Elvis Entertainer world. He tours all over the world with his fantastic portrayal of the 1950's Elvis. He is the winner of the "Images of Elvis 2000" contest!. He even looks like a young Elvis. Ryan is also touring with the award winning Las Vegas production, "Legends in Concert".
His official home page contains updated events, articles, biography, pictures and sound samples!
Tommy RiversGreat Elvis and Orbinson soundalike. Talented singer (great voice!), guitarist and song writer. At the links below you can read more about Tommy, and check out his awesome CD "Night".
Eddie MilesEddie is one of the best Elvis tribute artists/impersonators there is. Gordon Stroker from the Jordanaires, Charlie Hodge (Elvis friend and bandmember) and JD Sumner are a couple of persons that think highly of Eddie. Since they all have worked with Elvis, they know what the are talking about.
He sings like Elvis (even though his voice is a little different from the King), he moves like the Elvis and he even looks a little like Elvis (the older Elvis from about 1970-73).
On the Eddie Miles homepage you can read his concert schedule and listen to him in Real player among other things.
Rhythm 55A really good rock-a-billy band with a great 50's sound. My favourite songs from their album named "Rhythm 55" is "Letter Full Of Tears" and "Sweet Sour Melody". They also do a nice version of the Elvis song "Milkcow Blues Boogie".
Jerry PresleyComments coming later...
Helmut LottiHelmut is not an Elvis impersonator, he is not even a tribute artist. But he is a fantastic singer that can sing all from classic music to rock, and from African music to Elvis. His CD "Romantic" features the Elvis songs: "Hurt" and "Heart of Rome", which is done with a lot of feeling. I think he sings with the same passion as Elvis and does a lot of songs that Elvis would have liked, I'm sure.
Henrik ÅbergHenrik was the winner of the swedish impersonator contest "Sikta mot stjärnorna" in 1995. He won as Elvis with a great version of "Blue Hawaii". Henrik also appeared, for a very short while, under the name "Vince Vernon Vardel". Vince was a masked singer like Orion (Jimmy Ellis), and like Orion he has a voice incredible similar to Elvis Presley. His voice has developed and he is even better nowdays, check out the YouTube videos of him singing "Amazing Grace" for example.
Dan WillisDan or Daniel Willis sounds like a mix of PJ Proby and Jimmy "Orion" Ellis to me. He has a nice soft voice. A LP called "Spelling On The Stone" was releases in 1988 with no artist name. Later it bacame known that Dan was the singer on that LP. Another great LP by him is "Love Songs Of Your Life" (I believe it was released before "Spelling On The Stone").
I have not been able to reach Dan Willis or the producer of his recordings. So, if you read this and don't want the sound sample here, let me know and I'll remove it.
Dan Willis - Resurrection (RealAudio)
Nick WillettRock n' roll singer from USA. Has a great voice that sounds like a mix of Elvis (in the 50's) and Eddie Cochran. I have his CD and I think his version of "Without Him" sounds a lot like a young Elvis.
Garry WesleyHas worked with "American Superstars" and "Legends in Concert". He has a very nice voice, just listen to ETA Radio (August 2002, for example) at the link below.
Dwight IcenhowerDwight Icenhower was raised in Pomeroy, Ohio and began his Elvis career by singing karaoke at a local fair when he was just 16 years old. Now, he is one of the very few Elvis Tribute Artists that have made a full-time career out of keeping the legend alive.
He's had the opportunity to share the stage with some of Elvis musicians: DJ Fontana, The Jordanaires, The Sweet Inspirations, and Charlie Hodge.
Larry SethLarry is known from the hit "The Big El Show" in the 70's. He's now retired from the Elvis business since many years. In 1977 he released the LP "In Concert", and in 1978 another LP, "Viva Las Vegas". I also have all (3) 45 rpm records released by him, including "Alabama Girl/I Love You Because" (not the Elvis tune). Larry was also known for looking like Elvis (the 70's Elvis) and sounding like Elvis (live in the 70's). Speaking of the last part: sounding like Elvis, I would recommend the "Viva Las Vegas" LP. It's really good. His first LP, "In Concert", had not the same standard though.
Danny VernonDanny began his career playing country music. He is also a very talanted Elvis tribute artist. He won 3rd place in the "World's finest Elvis impersonator" Extravaganza contest in Las Vegas January 5, 2003. He also recently took 1st place in Penticton B.C's Elvis Festival Contest 2002!. He has released 4 CD's (when this was written). You can listen to several of the songs at his web site.
Vince EverettElvis character in the movie "Jailhouse rock" was called Vince Everett, well this is the real Vince Everett. He does songs in the "Elvis 50's style". Some of his songs: "Love me", "Such a night", "Sugar bee", "To have, to hold and let go", "Livin' high".
There's very little information about Vince, so if you have any information you want to share, feel free to e-mail me.
Terry StaffordTerry is (was) no impersonator, he had a couple of own hits in the 1960's like I'll Touch A Star and he had a voice close to Elvis. If I should put him in a category related to Elvis we could call him a Elvis sound-alike. You can hear sound samples at: www.amazon.com. Just search for "Terry Stafford".
Peter AldenGreat tribute artist from USA. Can sing a lot like Elvis (especially the ballads). Take also a look at the photo made by Tom Burton at: www.digitalstoryteller.com/YITL/Tom%20Burton/january28.html.
Thane Dunn & The Cadillac KingsThis is one of the few guys who actually looks and sounds like Elvis. Thane is a great Elvis fan and talented performer. His band The Cadillac Kings are a seven (7)-piece band that authentically re-create Elvis's TCB band.
Carl BrandonComments coming later...
Glenn BowlesThe very first winner of the "Images Of the King" contest! I have his LP "Elvis Memories" from the 1980's, which I think is a very good Elvis tribute album. Glenn has a great Elvis 70's like voice!
David CazalétFrom a very young age David would amuse his family and friends with his rendition of Elvis' songs. He has now developed to one of Australia's best Elvis impersonators. He has a very nice voice, and on stage he even looks a little like Elvis.
Billy WaydeHouston's number one Elvis tribute artist! 2004 winner of Hard Rock Cafe and Sam Houston Race Park in Houston, Texas. Looks a lot like the 70's Elvis. Please visit his web site for pictures, video clips etc.
Jim BaroneGreat Elvis tribute artist, that sounds a lot like Elvis when singing Elvis songs from the 50's and early 60's. Actually one of the best Elvis voices I have heard! Recently I also heard his recordings of the christmas songs Elvis did in the 70's, and Jim sounded great even there. Jim has also been finalist and winner of several Elvis contests. He is best known for his portrayal of the 1950's Elvis. His site has a biography, pics and sound samples.
William StilesGreat Elvis singer! His voice has an uncanny resemblance to the voice of Elvis Presley! His parents were friends of Elvis and the "Memphis Mafia", and as a little boy he often visited Elvis at Graceland.
William Stiles - I've Lost You (RealAudio)
Joe OntarioJoe is a very talented Elvis tribute artist/singer and songwriter from Italy. Quote from his web site: "In 1984 Joe participated in a singing contest at the National Elvis Presley Rock Fan Club in Recanati, Italy, winning first prize as the best Elvis voice resemblance in Italy." Another quote: "During his shows, Joe alternates his own songs with Elvis’s and his public always shows great enthusiasm and appreciation for both. He is quickly becoming the artist who resembles the King most “On Stage” in Italy!". I think he's got a great voice! Please check out his web site for info. and sound clips.
AndyAndy (Atty Buitenhuis) is a very talented singer from the Netherlands. I have two of his CD's, and I think that he has a fantastic voice that sometimes remind me of Elvis. The first CD I got by Andy was "Memories", which was a tribute to another very popular dutch singer: Jack Jersey. Andy sounded just like Jack! The other CD I have by Andy is his latest (when writing this Feb. 2004), "The White Andy". It features some older covers and a lot of really great new written music. If you like artists like Jack Jersey, Terry Lee, Ral Donner, P.J. Proby or Elvis, I'm sure you'll like Andy too. Feel free to check out my fan web site for Andy (link below) for bio, pics and audio clips.
Rick AlvitiGreat tribute artist! Rick has the "Elvis look". I highly recomend his video "Aloha Charlotte". Very professional done!
Mike LorentzMike Lorentz is a talented Dutch singer. He's a huge fan of Elvis and enjoys singing Elvis songs, allthough he's not an Elvis impersonator. He sounds like a mix of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly and Marty Robbins, which are also his musical idols along with The Mavericks and other country and rock n' roll artists. I have his CD "Mike Lorentz & The Rockin' Devils", which I think is great. He has also done a CD with Elvis gospel songs (which I also have). On his gospel CD you can really hear his natural Elvis-like voice! Both CD's are available from Rarity Records in Holland.
Mike Lorentz - Big Love, Big Heartache (mp3)
Mike Lorentz - I Believe In The Man In The Sky (Real Audio)
Mike Lorentz - Honey (Real Audio)
Alan MeyerAlan was one of the very first tribute artists. I think he's got a great voice, especially doing Elvis ballads (and rockers) from the 50's (like "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You") and early 60's (like "Fame And Fortune") live. His site has a biography, pics and lot's of sound samples.
BoukeBouke is a talented young singer from The Netherlands, Europe. He's also a great Elvis soundalike. I have his CD "A Song Of Love", which I think is great! One of my favourite voices! Hope he will do more albums in English, as I love the songs on the "A Song Of Love" CD...
Bouke - Hear My Song (RealAudio)
Bouke - Bella Bella Donna (RealAudio)
Charles Alan Rowe (a.k.a. Nuelvis)As a collector of Elvis soundalike recordings, I'm happy to own the 45 rpm vinyl single "You Know Me/Dance All Night" on ANA-records (songs written by Gene Cash). "You Know Me" is a song about Elvis, sung in great Elvis 70's style. Charles recorded that song under the name Nuelvis. He also did live Elvis tribute shows under that name. Nowdays he perform Elvis shows under the name Elvis Lee Jones. Under his real name, Charles Alan Rowe, he is a Country music recording artist. Charles latest Country CD is called "God, Family, Sex & Texas" and it also contains an updated version of "You Know Me".
Cody SlaughterCody Ray Slaughter is hailed as one of the most talented, young Actors, Singer and Elvis Tribute Artist in the country. Born and raised in Harrison, Arkansas, gateway to the beautiful Ozark Mountains, Cody Slaughter began entertaining at the young age of 13. A true Southern boy, Cody’s true passion for Elvis’ music and memory has directed his career path.
Cody has performed all across the country as well as in many theaters in Branson, MO, such as Tony Roi’s Elvis Experience, Legends In Concert, 50’s At The Hop and The Liverpool Legends as well as in Pigeon Forge, TN where Cody was the featured entertainer at The Tennessee Shindig for over a year at the young age of 17. Cody also appeared on MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16”. Slaughter has been performing at special events, corporate functions, and entertainment venues throughout the United States. His uncanny portrayal of Elvis Presley exhibits his amazing love for who he calls, “the greatest entertainer of all time”.
Pete StormMulti award winning Pete Storm is highly regarded as one of the best Elvis Tribute Artists around. Over the 6 years he has been performing he has honed his skills to present one of the best Elvis shows out there and became 'European Masters Champion', 'Collingwood Grand Champion' and 'Images of the King' WORLD Champion all in one year!
Whether its the look, the moves or most importantly the voice, Pete has it all and by booking Pete Storm you'll ensure that satisfaction is guaranteed.
Lewis HillLewis has been performing as Elvis since the age of eight where he won first place amateur in the UKs first Elvis festival in Hembys Great Yarmouth 1990 which was put together by the Elvis Presley fan club of Great Britain and Todd Slaughter, which was featured on BBC TV presented by Jonathan Ross.
Since then Lewis has trained his voice to be one of the closest sounding to Elvis around. He has recorded many CD's and albums over the last 16 years.
Lewis has been massively successful performing to sell out audiences in venues across the UK. In 2005 Lewis started an international concert tour in Cyprus, where he became known as one of the best Elvis tribute artists ever to perform on the island.
In 2010, he played a headline slot at the Glastonbury festival. The first ever Elvis tribute to officially headline at Glastonbury and be featured in their line up magazine, and tour guides.
He has also recorded the sound track to a film in L.A USA with the producers of “Saw”, and Big Fat Greek Wedding“ later to be released by paramount pictures.
Check out his YouTube audio videos for an awesome version of "I Love You Because" and many other great Elvis covers.
Chris ConnorGreat Elvis tribute artist from UK. One of the best in the business. Check his web sites below for videos and information.
Anthony ShoreGreat Elvis tribute artist from U.K. One of the best "Elvis voices" in the world when it comes to sounding like Elvis in the 70's. Check out the links below for more info. about him and for videos!
Rami ElvisRami is a talented Elvis tribute artist from Germany. He's got a great voice, and he does all eras of Elvis. Please check out his web site for more info. (written in German), and YouTube for video clips of Rami singing some great Elvis songs!
Ron JesseRon Jesse is a talented Elvis singer from Holland. I have his CD "The Feeling Is Gone" which I like very much. My favourite songs from that CD are "The Feeling Is Gone", "America The Beautiful" and "Where No One Stands Alone". Another favorite song by Ron Jesse is "You Raised Me Up", which can be heard at his web site and on his DVD. He will later release a Country CD which I'm looking forward to. I think Country music will suite his Elvis-voice very well! For more info., and audio samples, please check out his web site.
Steve HallidaySteve has performed his tribute shows all over the U.K and Europe as well as singing live on top TV shows including BBC ONE's "World's Greatest Elvis" finals. I have his CD "Soldier Boy" where he does that song plus a few other Elvis 60's songs with very Elvis-like vocals. Please visit his web site for more information, audio samples and links to his YouTube videos.
Sal BashirSal is a very talented Elvis tribute artist who lives in London, UK. In 2003 he was the subject of a BBC documentary called "Voices" as East Ham’s Asian Elvis, and more recently, one of three Elvis's to sing live to over 6 million people on BBC's "Test the Nation" (September 2004) with Anne Robinson and Philip Schoffield. He has also performed by Royal command at the Savoy, The Strand London, (July 2004) to raise money for the CTBF (Cinema & TV Benevolent Fund). One of his proudest moments was performing in front of 8000 people at The London City Airport Fun day 2004, Docklands, London. For more info, pics and audio samples, please check out his web site listed below.
Kevin DoyleKevin Doyle is a very talented vocalist, from Ballyfermot, Ireland. He has a big Elvis tribute show called "Elvis the way it was". There are some music on YouTube, but I hope he'll soon release a CD as I think he has a great Elvis like voice. For more information, please visit the links below.
Rocky TeohGreat Elvis sound-alike! Rocky Teoh was the first "Elvis" of Malaysia. He recorded lot's of records (mostly EP's) in the 60's. He had a really good voice, like Elvis in the early 60's. Unfortunately Rocky is no longer with us. If anyone has any records of his available for sale, feel free to contact me. Thank you!
Tony WittTony Witt has been performing his tribute to Elvis since 1989. Tony was the First Place winner at the CSRA Images Of The King Contest in Augusta, Georgia that occurred February 15-16, 2008 and was awarded the 2008 Peoples Choice Award at the Images Of The King World Championship in Memphis, Tennessee, August 16, 2008. Tony has a great voice, very close to Elvis in the 70's. And he has the Elvis 70's moves on stage as well. Check out his web site for audio, video and more information.
Nicola CongiuIn Italy, Nicola Congiu plays to huge audiences and has built his fame both by touring with his band and appearing on national television shows and making guest appearances. He is the composer and lyricist for many of the songs he performs, singing lyrics in both English and Italian. Niko also plays guitar and piano on his most recent self-produced record “Per Te” (2007). He made his North American debut October 20th, 2007 with the 100-piece Chicago Pops Orchestra, opening for Jewel to a sold-out Rosemont Theatre in Chicago. Nicola has a great voice and does a great Elvisy version of "Unchained Melody". Check out video and audio on his web site and on YouTube.
Silas LulicGreat young Elvis tribute artist from Australia. He has both a good voice and a cool Elvis look. For more info, check out his web site. You can also find some YouTube videos with him.
Keith HendersonPerformes the show "Illusions of The King". Great voice!
Sanny HallinTalented Elvis tribute artist from Sweden. The web site below is in Swedish, but you can listen to his audio samples. I think he's got a great voice.
William MarquesTalented singer from Brazil. Great Elvis-like voice!
John E. PrescottPerforming ELVIS THROUGH THE YEARS. "The best in the business" according to The People Magazine. A great tribute artist from the UK. He even looks a little bit as Elvis (from around 1968) and sound like the young Elvis (from the 50's). His web site listed below has audio samples, video clips, pictures, and lot's of info.
Johnny Harra Jr.Son of the legendary Elvis impersonator, Johnny Harra. First link below has a photo of Harra Jr. The second link has a video clip and audio clips.
"The New WKRP" in Cincinatti as the voice of "Elvis" with James Rompel
"Hard copy" episode called "I, Elvis" with James Rompel and Dana McKay
"Lipton Ice Tea commercial" with Michael Conti
"A Current Affair"
"Radon Gas" (The Denial Clinic) TV and Radio (Voice Over) commercial
Special Guest at The 1994 "Youth Quake Awards"
"Honeymoon in Vegas"
Stray Cats comeback video "Elvis on Velvet"
"Arsenio Hall Show" 2 different episodes
"The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno
"KNBC News Commercials" for Los Angeles Chnl (4) and Las Vegas Chnl (3)
and many, more
"Celebration USA" with Smokey Robinson at the Rosebowl 07/04/1995
Tour across America with the "Prestigous Elites"
Perfomed with "Just 4 Fun" for 2 years
World Premiere for "Fools Rush In"
"Riviera Hotel & Casino" (2 years)
"Harrahs Hotel & Casino" (2 years)
"Debbie Reynolds HollyWood Hotel & Casino" (2 years)
"Alystra Casino" (1 year)
and many, more
"Life Magazines" 40th anniversery rock n roll issue with Paul Casey
[issue was about Elvis and Leiber and Stoller]
"Teen Beat Magazine"
and many others
He doesn't have a web site, but you can e-mail Joe personally at: email@example.com
Jesse CampbellSearching for information about, and links to this guy. I welcome any help. He has a very nice Elvis-like voice. If you're interested in him singing Elvis songs, look for his LP "Live".
I have not been able to reach Jesse Campbell or the producer of his recordings. So, if you read this and don't want the sound sample here, let me know and I'll remove it.
Jesse Campbell - Are You Sincere?
Brendan PaulElvis impersonator that has been on "Legends In Concert" in Las Vegas. He looks a bit like Elvis around 1969-1970 (in my opinion). Please check out his web site for more info.
Jimmy CatlettJimmy was born and raised in eastern North Carolina and became an avid Elvis fan at a very young age. He has recently made a comeback as an Elvis tribute artist. He has got a great Elvis 70's like voice. Just check out his web site and listen!
Andy DellenoyAndy is another very talented singer from the Netherlands. He sounds like a mix of Jack Jersey, Ral Donner, P.J. Proby, John Rowles, and also a little Elvis. Check out his web site for more information and sound samples. His web site is in Dutch.
Mike MendelMike is another very talented singer-, and a very impressive Jack Jersey soundalike from the Netherlands. He has recorded several interesting albums and singles and even some Elvis songs. Known also under the recording name Mark Memphis (80's?). If you like artists like Jack Jersey, Roy Orbinson or Elvis, I'm sure you'll like Mike too. Check out his web site for audio samples and info.!
Kjell JørungKjell is a singer from Norway. He has worked with Scotty Moore, DJ Fontana and The Jordanaires. He can really sound like Elvis, the way Elvis sounded in the 50's. Especially in the uptempo songs like: "Heartbreak Hotel", "Got a Lot of Livin' to Do", "That's All Right", "Don't Be Cruel" etc. You can hear these songs and more on the CD "Elvis Presley Is alive and well" by The Beatniks (Kjell is the vocalist).
Bobby GreerOver the years, Bobby Greer has worked with some of the major stars of the music business. Names like: Jerry Reed, Fats Domino, The Turtles, Lou Christy, Rick Nelson, George Strait, Gary Morris, The Diamonds, Smokin' Joe Frasier, Jan & Dean, Pat Boone, Shari Lewis, The Coasters, Dick Clark, and Elvis.
Bobby toured with his show, "Elvis - The Man and His Music" for over 14 years. He toured with the "Elvis, Elvis, Elvis" show, a Canadian production using three different entertainers representing Elvis in the 50s, Elvis' movie years, and Bobby performing Elvis' Las Vegas years. This show played to 15,000 seat theaters from coast to coast, to packed school gyms in White Horse, Yukon Territory. The Canadian production of "The Legends of Rock and Roll" toured for five years. This show had Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, and Elvis. This was probably one of the finest production shows ever created. Bobby was again chosen to close the show, because of the powerful portrayal of Elvis that only Bobby could create. Bobby Greer retired from the Music Industry in 1990.Today Bobby occasionally will play a single or sit in with old friends at local night spots in the Washington State area, but prefers the quiet life............ His site has video clips!
Di Maggio BrothersA rockabilly/hillbilly group from Italy, who started out in 1997. They have released a couple of albums with original material and covers, AND some very nice versions of Elvis songs. Check out the album "Rockabilly From The Boots Up" for great covers of the Elvis songs "I'm Counting On You", "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine" and others. Check also out their album "At Full Speed" for great versions of "I Gotta Know" and "I Will Be Home Again". The song "Lonely Hours" has also a great Elvis feeling!
Ted RoddyA very talented country music singer that also do Elvis tributes. I have his CD's "Channelin' E" and "Tearjoint", which both are really great.
Mel GibsonTalented singer. Great voice. This is, by the way, not the actor Mel Gibson. But a singer with the same name. I have his CD, "Weakness In A Man", which I think is great. Wonderful ballads. My favorite songs are "Weakness In A Man", "Honest I Do", "Reconsider Baby" and "Am I Ready". Please check out his web site for audio samples and info about Mel.
Matt KingOne of two guys on this site with the name Matt King. This Matt King is from USA. More comments coming later...
Gordon HendricksGordon Hendricks has been voted the 2005 "Stars In Their Eyes" winner on UK Television with over 84,000 viewers votes as Elvis. Since his win he was offered a recording opportunity by song writer Geoff Morrow who wrote five songs for Elvis of which Elvis released four: "Sweet Angeline", "Let's Be Friends", "This Is The Story" and "A Little Bit Of Green". The fifth song, "Where Would I Be", Elvis passed away before recording it and Gordon has now released it as his first single.
Chris T YoungChris has got a great Elvis-70's-like voice. His site has pics, sound samples and even videos. It has not been updated in quite a while, so I'm not sure if the sound samples on his site works. However you can listen to sound samples at ETA Radio's site (the second link below).
Paul Ansell's Number NineReally great rock n' roll, country & blues band from UK. The lead singer is Paul Ansell. He has a very nice voice that sometimes has a slight likeness to Elvis voice in the 50's. His new CD "Sweet Inspiration" has some songs with Elvis connection, like a couple of songs known from "The Million Dollar Quartet".
Ray Guillemette Jr.Very talanted tribute artist! Great Elvis-like voice! At his site you can read info about him and buy his CD's.
John DoeJohn Doe, real name: Ralf Wolter, is a top Elvis tribute artist from Germany. He has toured with music stars such as Chris Andrews, Dave Dee, and The Lords. Check out his web site for info., audio samples and even video samples. Check also out his wonderful CD's, including a tribute to Elvis called "I Live On".
Darren LeeDarren Lee is the winner of the "World Elvis Association Competition" Memphis Tennessee 1997. Darren is currently starring in the "American Superstars" at the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas.
Bogdan KominowskiAlso known under the name Mr. Lee Grant. Bogdan is a really great singer. He can sing anything from rock n' roll and Elvis to musicals. I recently found out about him from one of the best rock n' roll shows ever in TV, Jack Good's, "Let's Rock", that aired from UK in the 80's. He did fantastic versions of "Only The Lonely" and "Surrender", to name two songs from the TV show.
Danny LouisDanny performes Elvis from the 68 comeback trough the Vegas years. He can do it alone with professional backing tracks or with a full band, The Elvis Presley Experience Band (EPB). Danny is a professional Elvis tribute artist and sings with a good Elvis like voice. Please check out his web site for more info. and audio samples.
John Van ThielJohn Van Thiel of Racine, Wisconsin, brings the King to life with his remarkable Elvis voice. Whether singing an early rocker, a soulful ballad, or a hip-swiveling movie tune, John has mastered the Elvis sound really well. Though he prefers the younger Elvis look, John loves singing all of Elvis’ material, especially some of the lesser-known songs. He portrays the King with sincerity and reverence. Please check out his web site for more info. and audio samples.
Tom BartlettElvis impersonator in the Vegas style! Tom perform in Vegas 6 days a week, and travel the globe. He has been in countless of magazines and TV shows. His official web site (link below) has two video clips, one with the legendary Jordanaires and one with his band.
Doug ShimizuA tribute artist from Toronto, Canada. He looks a little like the king (in the 70's) in SOME of his photos, cool!
Kenneth CarlssonKenneth is an Elvis tribute artist from Sweden. Don't know if he has recorded any CD's, but you can listen to him singing a few songs on his web site. Thought his version of "My Happiness" was pretty good.
Robert WashingtonGreat Elvis voice and great Elvis moves on stage.
Junior MarvelJunior's real name is Frank Marques. He's a rockabilly singer, and has done a great CD in Elvis style. It's called "The Original Hillbilly Cat Sessions", which I highly recommend. I would love to hear a volume 2. You can also hear his other rockabilly CD at the second link below.
Mark ElbersTalanted singer and Elvis tribute artist from Holland. Real good voice, check out the videos at the links below. He has worked with Sherill Nielsen, The former Stamps Quartet, and DJ Fontana to name a few legends.
Kevin CurtisKevin Curtis was born in Monroe, Louisiana and raised in Natchez, MS. With a career spanning two decades, he began honing his musical abilities at an early age. Winning his first talent contest at the age of 10 at the Natchez, MS, Territory fairgrounds performing a "Tribute to Elvis®" proved to be the start of a lasting career. By age 14, Kevin was performing in various talent competitions all over the South and singing lead in his first band.
After winning the Chicago Daily Plaza National Talent Search at 18, Kevin worked on polishing his art of impressions in the hopes of taking his act on the road. His feel for country music, coupled with his electrifying performances, quickly established him as an up and coming rising star in country music. Kevin's "Tribute to the Stars" show is packed with excitement and versatility.
Kevin is a 7-time World finalist in the largest Elvis® Impersonator Contest, "Images of the King" held in Memphis, TN. Kevin performed at the 4th & 5th Annual Elvis® Presley Festival in Tupelo, MS, at Milam elementary school (the school Elvis® attended) on June 1, 2002.
NON-PROFIT WORK INCLUDES:
MARCH OF DIMES, UNTIED WAY, HEART & LUNG ASSOCIATION, NURSING HOMES, CANCER SOCIETY, BENEFITS FOR THE HOMELESS-LOW INCOME HOUSING PROJECTS-BABIES WITH BIRTH DEFECTS & SPECIAL OLYMPICS
CURTIS WAS ENDUCTED INTO THE GUINESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS IN 2004 FOR HIS CREATION OF "DOUBLE TROUBLE", A TRIBUTE TO ELVIS PRESLEY INCLUDING HIS OLDER BROTHER JACK.
Bill CherryBill Cherry is a St. Louis based award winning Elvis tribute artist. Bill has been in multiple contests since 1989, placing as a finalist during Elvis week in Memphis for 4 consecutive years. He took 1st place at Blueberry Hill's "Elvis Look Alike, Sound Alike" contest in 1990, 1991, & 1992. In 1994, Bill was 1st runner up at the "Midwest Elvis Presley Sound Alike" contest in Decatur, IL. He also won first runner up in the FIRST EVER Elvis Presley Enterprises "Ultimate Elvis Contest" held in Arnold mo. he recently won 1st place in the 2007 elvis extravaganza contest held in Henderson, KY. Bill recently won first place in the first ever 2007 "Ultimate Elvis Contest "in the lake of the ozarks where he took first place. Bill was born into a musical family and was exposed to Elvis at an early age by his parents. He has deep gospel roots, as did Elvis, and has fond memories of playing guitar and singing gospel songs with his father. Some of their favorites were "You'll Never Walk Alone", "Peace In The Valley" and "How Great Thou Art". Bill feels that performing a tribute to the greatest entertainer the world has ever known is a dream come true.
Ben PortsmouthTalented Elvis tribute artist from UK. Ben Portsmouth also performs in a duo format singing and playing the guitar along with fellow band member Dan Caney who plays bass and sings backing vocals. Ben also performs solo accompanied by excellent backing tracks which can be adapted to suit all events and venues. Please check out his web site and YouTube videos.
George EliasTalented Elvis tribute artist with a good voice. Please check out hiw web site and YouTube clips.
Tim HilliardElvis tribute artist and look-alike that has been performing for many years. He has several videos on YouTube, check 'em out.
CJ HortonCJ was born Clinton Jeffery William Horton on 22 November 1987. From the very early age of 4/5 CJ fell in love with Rock 'n' Roll with his two biggest inspirations being Elvis Presley and Shakin' Stevens, from there he wanted to do nothing else except sing. CJ mixes Shakin' Stevens and Elvis Presley with other great Rock 'n' Roll classics and gives a highly energised show. Already rockin' at shows for Velindre Cancer, CJ has more shows on the horizon!
Check out his web page for more information and for links to his YouTube videos and songs.
Lloyd Aron DouglasLloyd Aaron Douglas a resident of the bay area in northern California, performs his tribute show in honor of the king of Rock & Roll. Performing in public, corporate and private events, heard on radio and television; Lloyd touches his audience across all ages. As an accomplished performer Lloyd has worked with audiences from 5 to 1000. Please check out his web site for a longer biography and for photos, videos and other information.
Rick TorresBay Area Elvis impersonator Rick Torres is the leading Elvis Tribute Artist, and also 2008 Rising Star Entertainer of the year performing more shows than any Elvis impersonator in North America! Fearured on CBS Eye on the Bay and will be making a feature debut in "Doggie Boogie!" comming to theatres in november 2010! Bay Area Elvis impersonator Rick Torres is #1 for Bay Area Singing Telegrams, California Elvis Tribute shows, and Elvis appearances. Bay Area Elvis impersonator Rick Torres performs the singing telegrams California clients love, and does a variety of Elvis tribute events. Serving the Greater Bay Area in these various cities and beyond!
Anthony PetrucciTalented young Elvis tribute artist from Australia.
Daniel HaglundA friend of mine from Sweden. He is not a professional singer, but he does a great job singing to backing tracks and he even gets to perfome live locally where he live. He's a big Elvis fan, but what I like about him is that he sings a lot of other songs as well. Please check out audio clips from his coming debute CD "Back On The Road Again" at his web site below. Also feel free to write in his guest book.
Christoff HawkinsElvis tribute artist from UK. A long time fan of Elvis and rock n' roll music. Started out as an Elvis tribute artist in 2003. For more info and audio samples, check out his web site at the link below.
Obie SparksObie has been paying tribute to Elvis for 40 years! (in January 2017) and will be celebrating that the whole year.
He comes to all his events with a variety of songs spanning the 50s through the 70s and is willing to accommodate and perform some song requests. He gives out scarves at different times during the show. He works with his brother-in-law, T.R., who pays tribute to Conway Twitty he also has teamed up with a friend named Jimmy Spriggs who does tribute to country legend George Jones. They sometimes work with a D.J. who has over 500 songs to choose from. The D.J. plays filler music before and after the shows so that people can dance and have fun. Their prices are reasonable. They have performed in shows all over the Southeast, including birthday parties, grand openings, nursing home events, anniversaries, and even commercials, radio and other special events. Anyone interested in a Elvis show or a Elvis/Conway Twitty show can call Obie at 706-427-3354 or 706-741-2743. For more information, check out his web site.
Ron MooreRon comes from Toronto and is an Elvis tribute artist with a good voice. Check out his web site for more information and audio.
Pawel BaczkowskiSinger and Elvis interpreter from Poland. Please check out his web site for some great audio samples.
TJ ClementiElvis tribute artist from Wisconsin, USA. Please check out his web site for more information and audio.
Andrew NicholasPerform as an Elvis tribute artist with recorded discs, at retirement homes, clubhouses etc. in the Central FL. area (Sebring, Lake Placid, Avon Park). Can also M/C and D.J. Please check out his web site below for sound samples.
Jordi ArkanoJordi is a talented singer from Spain. He did a great version of "Today, Tomorrow and Forever" as a duet together with the beautiful Sue Moreno. He was kind to send me a CD and a DVD. On the DVD he performes together with the very talented The Burnettes. They work really good together, and I think Jordi's voice suites very well with the 60's Elvis songs.
Yoshi SuzukiYoshi started out in a Karaoke bar in Japan. He went to USA and won first place in the "Gong Show" and launched his career as an Elvis tribute artist. He has been on the TV-series "Married With Children", on the movie "Honeymoon In Vegas" and Jay Leno's the "Tonight Show". He has also has recorded an entire CD with the Jordanaires. You can listen to sound samples on the sites below.
Oliver SteinhoffOliver is a successful Elvis tribute artist from Switzerland. The last few years he has worked with John Wilkinson, The Imperials, The Sweet Inspirations and many more. He's got a nice Elvis 1969-voice, just listen to the sound samples on his web site. I really liked his versions of "Any Day Now" and "Edge Of Reality" (which I have on an early CD release from Oliver).
"Subway Elvis" (Mike McTaggart)Elvis impersonator from Canada. He has played at the subway platforms in Toronto, but also on stage with Jerry Lee Lewis, Danny & the Juniors, The Shirelles, and Bill Haley and his Comets. Check out his web site for his biography and audio clips. There you can also buy his CD.
Sal Accaputo (Selvis)Sal is a world renowned Elvis tribute artist, entertainer & recording artist. He has been performing Elvis for over 20 years and has been inducted into the Elvis Inpersonators Hall of Fame. He has also performed with J.D. Sumner & The Stamps in Las Vegas.
Terry TigreI have his LP from 1977, "Elvis, We Love You", which I think is great. This LP also features Scotty Moore, DJ Fontana, Bob Moore, Willie Rainsford, Steve Chapman and The Jordanaires. On the back side of the LP, Scotty, DJ and Neal Matthews commented Terry and they all were impressed how much he sounded like Elvis. In 1977, Terry also released the 45 rpm record "Before The Feeling Slips Away/Love Is A Poor Man's Luxury". To me, this record sounds less like Elvis, but still two nice songs written by Charlie Craig. Terry also relesed the singles: "This Road That I Walk/I'll Try" and "Sunday Morning Sugartime" under the name Terry Cobb. I especially like the "Sunday Morning Sugartime"-single.
Jess PresleyElvis soundalike from USA. Check out his web site for information and audio clips. He also has a CD for sale with own songs in Elvis style.
Don QuinnDon, or Donnie Quinn, released one of my favorite Elvis soundalike recordings back in 1978: "On My Way To California/The One And Only For Me" (45 rpm vinyl single). Especially "On My Way To California" sounded a lot Elvis-like. He has also released the LP "Reno Junction", both at "Big K Records", and has now a gospel CD out, named "Keep The Faith".
Brandon BennettBrandon Bennett is from Ponchatoula, Louisiana. He has won several contests. Ricki Lake's "King Of Kings" and he is The 2002 Images Of The King World Champion, he is the youngest contestant to ever place in the 16 year history of the contest. Brandon Bennett has The Gift. He has performed in 13 different casino's in the USA in the last 2 years with his band The Heartbreak Orchestra. His shows consist of 50's, Army, Movies, 68 Comeback, and he has 7 B&K Jumpsuits's for his 70's era. Some of Brandon's fans travel several hundred miles on a monthly bases to see him. You have to see it to believe it.
Terry TurnerTerry has been performing his respectful tribute to Elvis since before the King passed away. He and Johnny Harra were performing in Las Vegas at the same time back in the 70's. These days Terry still does Elvis shows, but also does 35 other voices. He always closes his new variety show with Elvis and will continue to do so as long as he performs. Please check out his web site for more information.
Gary Rivers“Australia’s Voice Of The King”. Gary Rivers “Burnin Love Show” brings the classic music of ‘The King’ dynamically alive in this stylish tribute. Be entertained by a genuine performer with a voice that is astoundingly like ELVIS himself. All shows cover The Kings hits from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s songbooks. With professionally re-constructed Elvis Presley music arrangements, authentic replica costumes made by Elvis’ own tailors & top it off with Gary’s amazing talent & presentation .. your event is a guaranteed smash! For more info. and audio clips, please check out his web site.
Jon BurrowsText coming later...
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Dennis WiseText coming later...
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Scotty DavisScotty is from Canada. He has a nice singing voice, just listen to the sound clip in Real Audio, which you can find if you follow the link below. There can you also find more information about him.
The Explosion RocketsThe Explosion Rockets is a rock n' roll band from the Netherlands. They play music from the 50's and 60's. The band started in 1959 by the name of "The Jet Black Robbers". They later became "Savage Kalman and The Explosion Rockets". The band has changed some members over the years, and are now performing under the name "The Explosion Rockets". I have their CD "Teenage Heaven", which I think is great. This CD features several Elvis covers in good Elvis sound. I especially like the singers versions of "Kiss Me Quick", "Judy", "Treat Me Nice", "Forget Me Never" and "Love Letters".
Gino MonopoliTalented young Elvis tribute artist from USA. Looks a bit like Elvis. Welcome to check out his web site (via the link below) for more info., pics, audio etc.
Glenn WishElvis tribute artist from Sweden! I have his DVD "On Stage" and I think Glenn Wish with "The New Memphis Orchestra" and "The Harmonizers" are a really good live act. His web site below has audio and video clips, and merchandise for sale. Glenn was also the singer for "Comeback Special" in their CD-single release "Moody Blue". Scandinavian fans can buy this single at: www.cdon.se.
Steve SoguraTalented Elvis tribute artist from USA. He was one of the stars in the documentary "Almost Elvis". For more info., pictures and sound, please check out his web site.
HT LongHT is a very talented Elvis interpreter from Malaysia (Asia). He's called "Mr. Golden Voice" by the Elvis expert Paul Dowling (Worldwide Elvis-USA). I have his CD "The Ultimate Elvis Tribute", which I think is great. It contains beautiful songs like "Doin' The Best I Can" and "Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello" (plus 9 other tracks).
HT Long - Jacqueline (Real audio)
HT Long - Goodbye (Real audio)
Chance MichaelsTalented Elvis impersonator! Great voice! For more info., pics and audio, please check out his web site listed below.
Dennis JaleDennis is a talented rock n' roll entertainer from Europe with lot's of music experience. He has released several CD's, many including Elvis songs. Check out his web site for info., and audio samples.
Chris PresleyChris is an international Elvis entertainer. He has performed in Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. He started to perform at the age of 17 in Hawaii. Please check out the links below for info., pics, and audio samples.
Frank CannonFrank is a talented Elvis tribute artist and singer from Florida. He and his band's show "Honoring The Legend" have received great success touring the country (USA). He's also a successful country music singer, and a huge fan of the music of legends such as Hank Williams and Johnny Horton. By visiting Frank's web site you can get information about his CD's (including the wonderful country CD "Cannon Country") and listen to audio samples.
James RompelAlso using his artist name: James Love. James is a talented tribute artist from USA. He looks a lot like a young Elvis (50's Elvis). He was also one of the stars of the TV-program "I, Elvis" (1992) from the CBS "Hardcopy" TV-series (also starring Elvis impersonators Dana McKay and Joe White). Welcome to check out the web site below for video clips etc.
Justin EdwardsSince exploding onto the scene in early 2005, Justin Edwards has performed at clubs, casinos, private parties, specialty events, and shows. Justin started singing some of Elvis' songs two years ago (2003) for fun, but it didn't take long for his family and friends to realize he was very talented and actually sounded a lot like Elvis. At his web site you can listen to audio clips, check out more info and pics.
Everett DeanThe Hillbilly Flash! A great talent in the rockabilly business. He is no Elvis impersonator, but includes Elvis songs in his shows and has even recorded original songs with good Elvis feeling, like "Kiss Me Quick, Kiss Me True". I'm impressed with his talents in writing songs and singing. Please check also out his version of "Your Cheatin' Heart" on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ORM-bqag1E
Jon BurrowsJon Burrows was born in October 1964, in Hampshire, England. He was raised in the beautiful countryside surrounding the New Forest, where he lived until he relocated to live in London in 1992.
His Elvis tribute show features songs from Elvis’ entire career. From Memphis to Hollywood, to Las Vegas. Capture the magic of Elvis Presley, the greatest entertainer of all time. Close your eyes and you’ll hear Elvis, as Jon sings to music recorded live by professional musicians, open your eyes and you’ll see Elvis as Jon performs in authentic jumpsuits, made in America, from the blue prints of Elvis’ original costumes.
The Jon Burrows Elvis Tribute Show is suitable for theatres, conventions, corporate events, clubs, private functions, Christmas and New Year celebrations, weddings, christenings, birthdays and special guest appearances. For more info. and audio, please visit his web site below.
Paul LarcombePaul is a talented Elvis tribute artist from UK. He is the winner of the Ultimate Elvis preliminary contest in Blackpool, UK in June 2007 and a finalist in the January 2007 Walk a Golden Mile in My Shoes Elvis contest in UK. Check out his web site for more information and audio. His web site, by the way, is great done (thoughts from me who has also been a web designer).
Ronnie SandoAlso known under the recording artist name: R.J. Coltin. Ronnie Sando loved music as a boy. Growing up he was inspired by Bill Haley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. He has recorded music with The Jordanaires, DJ Fontana and Charlie Hodge. I have that album and it's great. I actually have 1 LP, 1 EP (4 tracks) and 1 single (all vinyl records) by Ronnie (named RJ Coltin on these recordings). For more info about Ronnie and to listen to audio clips, please visit his web site below.
Ricky RiversRicky Rivers provides the ultimate tribute to Elvis, working both as a tribute artist and look-a-like. He bears an uncanny resemblance to The King, and his performance features powerful vocals and moves, all backed by his superb live band. The spectacular performance features a tribute to both the early years and the Vegas concert years, providing a first class tribute covering the full spectrum of Elvis career. He is also a true fan of Elvis with a commitment to perform the closest tribute to the real thing, and this attention to detail has led to overwhelming success wherever he performs.
Harry JohnsonTalented Elvis tribute artist from Germany. He has a great voice and has specialized on the 60's era of Elvis music. I like Harry's version of the song "Bye Bye Love" sung in Elvis style. More info and audio samples at his web site.
EminEmin Agalarovun, talented new singer from Romania, Europe. When this was written, he has released two CD's: "Still" from 2006, and "Incredible" in 2007. All songs on "Incredible" are written by Emin. "Still" has both own songs and some very nicely done Elvis covers. They where done in a modern pop-style. Emin is no Elvis impersonator, but an Elvis inspired artist in a modern way. You can also find videos of him on YouTube. His web site below is written in Romanian, but you can listen to his songs and check out some videos there.
Leyton SommorsElvis look-alike from UK. He was not really an Elvis tribute artist, but an Elvis "double" who sang ocationally. He was considered for the part as the 1977 Elvis in the documentary "This Is Elvis", but that part got to johnny Harra. Check out his web site for more info.
Kjell ElvisKjell Elvis started his carer in 1988 while he was serving his duty in the Norwegian army. He have met many of Elvis musicians and singers and even performed with some of them. Norwegian and foreign TV have made several documentaries and portraits on him, except for all the general TV shows he has participated in both home and abroad. I have his CD's and think he's a talented Elvis tribute artist.
Lucky ValdanoTalented singer and song writer from Yugoslavia. Not an Elvis impersonator, but judging from his voice - inspired by Elvis as well as country music and maybe also a little bit of Dean Martin... I have his fist CD: "Lucky Valdano 1", which features a 8 own songs plus 1 Elvis song ("Have I Told You Lately", in a bit different style) and 1 Dean Martin song ("Memories Are Made Of This"). My favorite songs on that album are probably "Fool For Loving You" and "Stars In Your Eyes".
Billy Elvis (William Riopelle)At the second web site below you can listen to some audio samples. If any one has some info. about his recordings (not just Elvis songs), please e-mail me and let me know. I'm always interested in good music.
Johnny Mandell & The MuddcattsJohnny Mandell is a talented Elvis tribute artist, and The Muddcatts is a talented Beatles tribute band. Together they make great music! Please check out their web site for more info., pictures and audio samples.
Jeff BergenJeff is a talented Elvis tribute artist, living in Kansas City. He is a gifted vocalist in his own right, with a multi-octave range, and the distinction of having studied voice with members of New York's Metropolitan Opera. Jeff was also voted a finalist for ten weeks in a row on Ed McMahon's "Next Big Star" internet talent competition. After five years in the radio industry as an on-air personality, Jeff became a member of "The Lads Quartet", and had the privileges to sing all over the United Stages, including several performances with J.D. Sumner and The Stamps, and The Imperials. Terry Blackwood who toured with Elvis as a member of the Imperials during the "That's The Way It Is" era, has produced many of Jeff's Studio recording sessions. Nowdays Jeff has become known as an Elvis tribute artist, and on his web site you can check out 3 tribute CD's to Elvis. I have listened to the audio clips, and I think he's got a great voice.
Kike MendezKike Méndez sang "King Of The Road" in the famous Audi commercial (from Spain). We are probably more familiar with another version of that commercial featuring "The King" (a.k.a. Jim Brown). Kike is also the singer of the Spanish rockabilly band "Tequila Sunrise". Below is a link to the band.
Andy StankovichElvis impersonator from New Zeeland. Does not look like Elvis, but has a great Elvis voice!
Wayne MullinsWayne sang in night clubs in the late 70's and early 80's. He Started singing gospel music in 82. He sings at festivals, churches, gospel singings and homecomings. For more info. and sound samples, please check out the web pages below.
Big Elvis (Peter Vallee)Peter Vallee is a big man with a big voice, there of the name "Big Elvis". He's a really good Elvis soundalike. You can hear him sing as you surf through his web site. He also has several wonderful CD's for sale, that you can order directly online (at his web site), if you want.
Kenny James PresleyRead somewhere that he was called "the son of Elvis". I have his CD single "Love To Late", which contains two nice country songs. Kenny just e-mailed me with a link to his web site, so here it is!
Kent Lundberg & One Way BrothersI went to see Kent Lundberg & One Way Brothers in Karlskoga, Sweden (21 Feb. 2004) and was very impressed by his show. Kent was not dressed up as Elvis, but hearing Kent Lundberg & One Way Brothers was like hearing Elvis performing with JD Sumner & The Stamps (or Jordanaires, but hearing their bass singer, I'd like to compare them with The Stamps...). One Way Brothers is probably the only real gospel quartet in Sweden (started out in the 70's). Even though the only gospel music I have listened to is the gospel songs Elvis has done together with The Jordanaires, The Imperials and The Stamps, I think One Way Brothers probably belongs to the best gospel quartets here in Europe. I really recommend seeing Kent Lundberg & One Way Brothers live!
Paul CaseyPaul is the Official Elvis of Las Vegas, 2 time Entertainer of the Year. He has recorded many albums and has toured all over the world! Check out the web site below for more information and audio clips.
Paul MolloyPaul is a great Elvis soundalike from the U.K., currently rated as the best early Elvis soundalike in Europe. Since his first gig in 2001, Paul has had a very interesting and profitable journey. He has gone from pubs and clubs to hotels. These days he can be seen performing in theatres across the U.K., such as the "Winter Gardens", Blackpool. As well as this, Paul has had numerous TV appearances, and for the last 3 years has, and still does voice over work on local radio station, "Radio Lancashire", hosted by Sir Paul McCartney's cousin and british comedian Ted Robbins. Paul has entered competitions such as Europes No 1 Elvis comp "Walk A Golden Mile In My Shoes" 2004 and 2005, reaching both finals. Paul also reached the final of "Britians best Elvis comp" 2001. At the European Championships in Blackpool 2008, he became became Europes 3rd best Elvis tribute. As well as meeting and working with many TV and radio personalities. Paul has worked with original members of Elvis`s employees (see website). Paul can be seen in his own one man shows as well as making guest appearances as the early Elvis for many Vegas style Elvis performers. For bookings and info on future shows, please visit Pauls website.
Paul Molloy - Treat Me Nice
Paul Molloy - Peace In The Valley
Paul Molloy - Fever
Jason KnightElvis tribute artist from Greenwood, Indiana. At the web site listed below you can listen to audio clips from his CD "Memphis Memories".
Art KleinerArt heard Elvis for the first time at the age of 12. Impressed by Elvis' unique style and music, Art started to play the guitar and sing his songs. Soon he bagan to capture small audiences with his "Sound of Elvis". Numerous performances for private and even public events as well as award winning contests soon followed. Art has been featured in news articles and on radio stations in America, Canada and Europe. In 1995 Art immigrated to the United States, and with his "Sound of Elvis" show he continues to be the "voice of choice" as he tours the USA and Canada. Recent rave news reviews claim: "...Art is not an Elvis caricature- he plays guitar and sings songs with passion and intensity..." and "...He sings like Elvis, looks like Cary Grant and speaks like Arnold Schwarzenegger..." or "...astounding vocal similarity to Elvis Presley...". Though Art continues to respectfully present the voice and heart of Elvis Presley during his shows, he can also skillfully sing renditions of artists such as Frank Sinatra, Glen Campbell, Marty Robbins, Andy Williams, Neil Diamond, Gordon Lightfoot and Vic Damone. Art's Elvis Limousine was featured on the recent CBS mini series "Elvis". The Limo is available for special events as well as part of Elvis tribute shows. You can find complete info about the limousine and the mini series at his web site listed below.
Michael HooverMichael Hoover is the star of the show "Memories of Elvis". His site has a biography, tour schedule, sound samples and other information.
Arik ChristopherComments coming later...
Chris PurteeChris was only 4 when Elvis left us. He has an uncanny resemblance to the young Elvis. Now at 30 he has been working full time as a tribute artist for 5 years. He was the 1999 professional champion at the Collingwood Elvis Festival. He has performed in Memphis, Biloxi Casino, Vegas and on Carnival, Norway, Royal Carribean and various cruise lines. He has done many charitable shows in Florida, the most recent was a benefit for the NY Police and Fireman's Widow & Childrens Found.
John LoosAt the first 2 sites listed below you can hear John sing. He has a great voice!
Matt King (UK)One of many good Elvis singers from UK.
Al HoldenThis guy is a jewel of authentic Rockabilly. His version of "Tomorrow Night" on the "Elvis - Still Alive Vol. 2" tribute album impressed many - because he kept the feeling of the original recording so well. His debut album was called "C'Mon Over". 15 tracks - all done in that authentic 50's SUN rockabilly style. On this album you can also find songs like: "My Happiness", "Fool Fool Fool" and "My Heart Will Be True". On the Amazon.de web site, you can listen to sound samples from that album.
Bobby SoloA legendary singer from Italy with a great voice. I have a 45 rpm vinyl record named "A Suitcase Full Of Memories", which I think is great. I also have a vinyl EP which he recorded under the name "Duty Free", and a CD titled "Amor Amor Amor". His site has sound samples, discography and a lot of other stuff.
Stingray ElvisComments coming later...
Joe ScibettaA great Internet friend of mine. Can sound a lot like Elvis, and also like Buddy Holly!
Joe Scibetta - I Love You Because (Real audio)
Brolle Jr.Well known Swedish pop and ballad singer with a great voice. Has not recorded any Elvis songs, but his first hit single "Playing With Fire" is really good. Has however done really interesting versions of Elvis songs in Swedish TV shows as "Så ska det låta" (where he performed a strong version of "Unchained Melody").
Frank Anthony"Inspired By... The King" is the theme of which Frank Anthony successfully works on Stage, national and international. He's known as one of the best Dutch Elvis tribute artists, and has been on Dutch national television on many occasions (Ivo Niehe T.V. Show, Catherine - RTL 4, Ushi & van Dijk - SBS6. He also was seen in the BNN documentary of Elvis impersonators in The Netherlands and Belgium.). Worldwide Frank Anthony is the only one performing LIVE the mega-hit "A Little Less Conversation" with JXL.
Mark Janicello"Will you still be there was one three new songs that Ben Weisman wrote for Elvis' last (never released) album. The background tracks were finished, but Elvis died before he could record the lead vocal. For 20 years, Ben Weisman looked for the perfect interpreter for this song until he heard Mark Janicello. Then, his search was ended...." This was a quote from Mark's official web site. Beside from singing Elvis songs, Mark is also a talented opera and musical singer.
Pete Hutton & The BeyondersA great Elvis fan and a really good singer. Please check out Pete Hutton and The Beyonders fantastic CD, "Kingsville", that features great rockabilly songs in Elvis style.
Helder MoreiraHelvis a.k.a. Helder Moreira, is a well known Elvis performer in Brazil. His web site has pictures, sound samples and a biography (in portoguese), among other things.
Raving RupertRaving Rupert is really Malcolm Halsall from Scunthorpe, UK. He is recognised by the Guinness Book Of Records as the world's longest serving professional Elvis impersonator. He began performing tributes in 1966, straight after leaving school at 15. I have the LP "Crusin'" that he released in 1980 under the name "Rupert". The LP contains 12 great songs. I especially like his versions of "So Close To Heaven", "Love Or Make Believe" and "Rockin' Little Angel".
Steve PrestonA Elvis tribute artist from UK with a very nice Elvis 70's like voice.
Jamie CoyneJamie is a talented singer, and a good Internet friend of mine. He sings all kinds of music like standards, love songs, oldies, classic country and southern gospel music. Influences include Sinatra, Englebert, Dean Martin, Wayne Newton, Elvis and others. He has made a CD that includes the legends DJ Fontana and The Jordanaires. In 1989 Jamie founded what has become the world's largest Elvis Presley fan club with a free membership approaching 100,000 members worldwide. It's signature production is the world famous Elvis Extravaganza impersonator contest and tribute show.
Marco Tulio Sanchez B.Marco is one of my many great Internet friends. He's from Colombia in South America. He's a talented rock n' roll singer and dedicated Elvis tribute artist. Marco was also friends with Bill Lynn. Bill played drums for Elvis in the movie sound tracks: "Easy Come, Easy Go" and "Speedway".
Marco, the voice of rock and roll in Colombia, is a musician and composer. He started out in 1977 when he was just a child. And in 1995 he was ranked as the best Elvis voice in the world. He currently has 500 of the King's songs in his language (Spanish). He continues to give tribute concerts all over the country.
Mike AlbertMike Albert's "Ultimate Tribute" show has become known worldwide for the respectful portrayal of the late Elvis Presley. Mike has a seven piece band, The Big "E" Band, to emulate the sound Elvis' band had in the Vegas shows and on tour. For more info about Mike, including tour schedule and contact info, please visit his web site.
Ricky AronTalented young Elvis tribute artist from UK. Does also a great tribute to the UK singing legends, Shakin' Stevens and Cliff Richard. Check out his web site for more info. and for audio samples.
Randy FriskieRandy starred in the movie, "It’s Only Make Believe", and has appeared in numerous television and radio commercials. He has performed in Las Vegas and Reno with "Legends In Concert" and "American Superstars". He was also the star of The "Elvis, Elvis, Elvis" Show. Check out his web site for more info. and for audio samples.
Jim VanhollebekeJim is a big Elvis fan and a talented singer. In the 1970's and 1980's he was the author of "For Elvis fans only" column in "Goldmine", a magazine for record collectors. The first link below is Jim's own official web site. The 4th link below is an audio-video slide show, where Jim sings "Help Me Make It Thru The Night" at Oakland Community College. At the last link below you can hear Jim sing two songs as a tribute to Ral Donner.
Jim Van Hollebeke - Sweet Angeline
Elvis WadeNice singing voice. Has sung with The Jordanaires, and released a couple of CD's. One of the legendary Elvis tribute artists who started out in the 70's.
Leo DaysLeo is a young tribute artists that has won many talent contests. He does the "Honor of Elvis" tribute show.
Jay DupuisJay Dupuis has had the honor of being a finalist and placing 3rd in the ULTIMATE ELVIS TRIBUTE ARTIST CONTEST, held in Memphis, TN. (the only contest given by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.) Thousands of ETA’s around the world compete to hold the Ultimate title. Jay also holds the title of The E.P. EXPO Grand Champion, where he took first place in Yuma, AZ.
Morris BatesElvis impersonator/tribute artist. Performed in Las Vegas in the 80's. He has also written a biography (a book named "Morris as Elvis: Take a Chance on Life"). You can find some video clips on YouTube allthough the quality is not the best.
Don LatymerDon Latymer is an "American Entertainment Performer" (from Germany), who writes his own songs. He is also famous for his Oldie Revival (oldies in new sound). I have his album "Think Of Me", which is not bad. The album ends with a 5 minute long version of "My Boy"! The thing I like about Don's singing is that he has the same voice on all songs, Elvis covers, other covers or own songs.
Tim WelchComments coming later.
Stephen KabakosStephen is a international award winning tribute artist, and one of the most sought after Elvis stylists in USA. His show covers Elvis’ career from the early Sun Studio recordings, through to the army, movie and concert years, highlighting the ‘68 Comeback Special and movie tunes. Stephen has a 12-piece ensemble, The TVB Players, and has directed and produced his own sold-out concert productions with an overwhelming reception.
Jay ZanierMr. Zanier is a great singer with a great voice. His site has pics, sound samples and much more.
David ScottElvis tribute artist and look-alike that played Elvis at the beginning of the movie "This Is Elvis".
Mark HussmanElvis impersonator from Chicago.
Nigel KingsleyNigel is a very talanted singer and Elvis tribute artist. He also does a Hawaiian styled show, which I find very interesting. He has several CD titles for sale, and you can listen to audio clips at his web site. I especially like Nigel's recordings of songs Elvis himself never recorded.
Big MikeBig Mike is from Gotland, Sweden. "Mike" started out under the name "Bro Elvis". He has been touring hard for many years. Sweden, Norway, Germany, Denmark, Finland, USA, Asia, Spain and Turkey. Totally c:a 1000 show's since 1987. He has performed on world famous Legendary Corners Nashville Tennessee and Grand Ole' Oprey, Beale street Memphis Tennessee, and has hosted about 75 different radio stations. For more information, please visit Big Mike's web site.
Travis MorrisComments coming later...
Ellis VirostkoTalented Elvis tribute artist with a great voice! For info., pics and audio, please check out his web site listed below.
Chance TinderHas been on "Legends in Concert", "American Superstars", "Showstoppers Live" and "Legendary Superstars". Has been touring all over the world performing Elvis tributes. He now also do a Elvis show in hard rock style under the name Metal Elvis.
Rob KingsleyRob has now become recognized as one of the top Elvis tribute artists in Europe. Winning 3rd Place at 2007 years final of Europe's top Elvis competition out of many of the best tributes from all over the UK and Europe. In January 2008 he won European Championships! Please check out his web site for more information, pictures, audio and video samples.
Steve ConnollyIn 1999 Steve won a prestigious contest in Las Vegas recognizing him as the Best Elvis in Vegas. Steve performs for corporate events nationally and internationally re-creating his signature show : "Spirit of the King". He also writes his own music. Fow more info., please check out his well designed web site (link below).
Terry BuchwaldTerry is a well known tribute artist from West New York. He has performed in several major cities in the USA and Canada. He has also performed in other countries like Japan, Puerto Rico and Mexico. He has recently released his first CD with a mix of Elvis covers and country songs.
Raymond MichaelMichael has performed for ten summers at Knott's Berry Farm, five summers at Six Flags Over Texas, at five other Six Flags Parks, in main showrooms in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Reno, on national network, international and cable television shows, and in major concert tours of the United States, Canada and the world. Michael also performs in numerous corporate shows, has had his own, hour long, national cable television special, and has been featured in several MTV music videos. Dick Clark, selected Michael as one of the best Elvis tribute acts in the world. Michael’s Tribute to the King of Rock n' Roll is also a hit at numerous city concerts and county and state fairs.
Curtis CowanCurtis Cowan and The Rockers. "We do Country, Classic Rock, Rockabilly, Ballads, plus originals from my album "Snowing me Under" recorded at Masterlink studios in Nashville, TN. Curtis is a little like a young Jimmy Ellis. He is also the cousin of Canadian Country Superstar, Terri Clark."
Curtis Cowan - Don't Let Me Walk Out On You
Leigh CaslingLeigh Casling is an Elvis Tribute Artist and impersonator from St Albans, UK. In Jan 2005 Leigh competed in Europe's Elvis contest in Blackpool and won the contest. Please check out his web site for more info., pics and audio samples.
SterlingSterling has a great Elvis 70's like voice. He's retired as of March 2003, and is no longer performing, nor is his website any longer active.
Jelvis (Jamie McDonnell)A very talented young Elvis tribute artist from England. Please search for "Jelvis" at YouTube.com for video samples. They are all very good.Please visit his web site to read more about him.
Ty TenderText coming later...
Tyler JamesAward winning Elvis tribute artist. Branson's former star "Hillbilly Cat and Beyond". Top 3 finalist in UETA Preliminary Tupelo 2007. Top 5 Shreveport LA Elvis Contest. Tyler has performed all over the United States giving a true and accurate tribute to the King of Rock and Roll! With his incredible voice and charisma on stage he delivers a very dynamic and exciting show that takes you from those first days of Elvis's career in the 1950's all the way to his LIVE Las Vegas shows!
Rebel DeanElvis Presley, Eddie Cochran, Cliff Richard and Shakin' Stevens tribute artist! At his web site you can buy merchendise, including several CD titles, and read about him.
Glenn CarlssonA new Elvis singing talent from Sweden. His web site has audio samples.
Jim ParsleyDescription coming later...
Andrew MemphisBased in Shropshire, England, Andrew Memphis is fast becoming a popular Elvis impersonator and lookalike. Andrew has been a huge Elvis Presley fan since he was given his first Elvis LP back in the 1970s. He loves the sound of Elvis voice, Elvis had such a huge vocal range, the way he sang every song.... simply fantastic!
Andrew started impersonating Elvis when he was only 10 years old, just like Elvis voice changed, it became deeper as he grew older. so has Andrew's, now more mature and with practice, practice and more practice Andrew has been told by so many people that his voice is incredibly like the older 1970s King of Rock n Roll.
Although Andrew sings all of the Kings music, he prefers Elvis 1970s music, his tribute VEGAS STYLE 1970s show songs include Suspicious minds, Polk Salad Annie, Burning Love, Sweet Caroline, Way Down, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Always On My Mind, My Way and many, many more.
Harold SchulzHarold Schultz's YOUNG Elvis & The Blue Suedes Rockabilly Tribute Show is officially endorsed by Elvis's stepbrothers. He is accompanied by his talented band, all with vintage equipment.
Our show is right out of 1956! It does not get more authentic than this! We are a TURNKEY Show, able to accomodate up to 3500 People with Sound and Lighting! You just provide the Venue! We do the Rest! Check out his web site (link below) for more information, photos, audio and video.
Darren RiversAre you looking for an Elvis impersonator to perform at your birthday party, wedding or venue? Then look no further, Darren Rivers is one of the best Elvis impersonators in Yorkshire. He has been performing his Elvis tribute show since 1990 and gained lots of experience singing at all kinds of events.
Yorkshire Elvis tribute Darren Rivers manages to capture the spirit and sound of Elvis. His voice naturally sounds like the great man himself. However, you do not have to take our word for it. You can listen to high quality music samples recorded by Darren on this webpage.
Based in Bradford, West Yorkshire, Darren Rivers performs both locally and throughout the UK on a regular basis. Therefore, no matter where you are located, he is able to travel and perform his professional tribute to the king.
During his Elvis tribute performances, he wears stunning replica Elvis costumes that have been designed by the same people that made them for Elvis! This always adds the 'WOW' factor to any event.
Ian AnthonyIan often work with an Elvis Presley tribute artist known as Darren Rivers (see above), usually at business events, where they provide a Vegas themed night of entertainment, with Elvis and Tom Jones as the headline acts! It’s a great night of entertainment!
This web site is about Elvis tribute singers and Ian is a Tom Jones tribute singer/performer. But he work together with Elvis tribute artist Darren Rivers (above) and Ian does a really good job, so I wanted to include him on this page anyway. For more information check out his web site.
Darren HDarren started his singing career at the tender of 17 and it was whilst working as a bluecoat for Warner Holidays that Darren discovered his unique talent.
His uncanny ability enabled him to imitate some of the worlds most memorable artistes and following a successful season with Warners, he decided to persue his dream of becoming an established professional vocal entertainer. Well his dream certainly came true. Darren is now renowned for his Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly tribute shows, having performed them extensively throughout the UK to captivated audiences. Apart from Elvis and Buddy, Darrens other vocal impressions consist of numerous stars such as John Travolta, Cliff Richard, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee Lewis, Neil Sedaka, Bobby Darin, The Bee Gees, Robbie Williams, Tony Hadley and many many more!
Darren's extraordinary talent has seen him labelled within the industry as The Voice and once you have heard him you will understand why! Darren is also a fully fledged martial artist and as Elvis was a black belt in karate, this truly adds to the authenticity of the moves when he performs his Elvis Vegas Show. All his suits/costumes are exact replicas right down to the last detail.
Darren has made many TV appearances including The Big Breakfast on which he appeared as both Elvis and Buddy Holly. He has also appeared on the Vanessa show and in the Cult Fiction adverts. He has also appeared in the Italian programme Film Icons and in various pop videos.
Darren has also performed his impressions on BBC radio and performed at venues such as the N.E.C.,The Winter Gardens in Eastbourne, and Elstree Studios and in many major theatres. He was also lead vocalist of tribute band Greased Lightening and also toured with the smash hit show 'Mamma Mia - Thank You For The Music'.
Darren can work fully self-contained, combining his unique talent with the highest quality digital backing tracks direct from the USA and Europe, state-of-the-art sound equipment and light show where needed. He is also available with a fantastic live backing band.
Darren is the only british ETA to have been invited and performed alongside the world famous number one ETA Doug Church (The Voice Of Elvis) both in the UK and in the USA, he also has the honour of being the official UK agent/promoter for Doug and works in conjuction with his manager Pat Schaller. Both Doug and Darren recently finished their UK tour together in April '09 and were supported and backed by top rock and roll band Red Alert. Please check Darren's website for future shows with Doug.
Chad GarrettNo Elvis tribute artist/impersonator, but a talented singer and song writer. He began at a young age listening for hours on end to the rock music of his favorite artist, Elvis Presley. With lots of practice, he was able to duplicate the sound so well that in his early 20s he was asked to perform demos of the rock music and ballads of other songwriters to submit to Elvis Presley for his recording. Please check out his web site for more information and also audio samples.
Claudio SantiagosGreat voice by this talented singer from Chile in South America. If anyone knows his web site, please let me know. Meanwhile, please check him out at the YouTube video link below.
Darren Spears (Go Cat Go)He was the lead vocalist in rockabilly band "Go Cat Go". Unfortunately he is no longer with us. You can hear some sound samples from one of the band's CD's at Amazon.com, just go to the link below.
Billy RebelBilly is no Elvis impersonator, but he's a huge Elvis fan and performes a number of Elvis tunes in his live shows. In 2002 he released his 25th Anniversary Tribute To the King Special Edition Single, "I Remember His First Love Song". See picture to the left and listen to a audio clip below.
Billy Rebel - I Remember His First Love Song (RealAudio)
Billy Rebel - She's Not You (RealAudio)
Billy Rebel - Peace In The Valley (RealAudio)
Jack NelsonJack does a wonderful tribute to the gospel music of Elvis Presley. He has recorded own spiritual music as well. His web site has several sound samples.
Bryan MuseBryan is a very talented Elvis tribute artist. He has performed on stage with many great artists including The Drifters, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, The Coasters, Percy Sledge, Wilson Pickett, Confederate Railroad, Radney Foster and so on. At his web site you'll find pictures and a biography among other things. Soon there will also be audio clips.
Chris MacDonaldChris MacDonald takes you back to the early years, with songs from the 50's and 60's, the movie career, the comeback special and the Las Vegas years. His site has pictures, news and more.
Greg MillerStar of Las Vegas Shows, International Tours and thousands of convention and special events around the world. You can also see him in the movie "3000 Miles To Graceland".
Johnny LovettHas been performing his "In Remembrance Of Elvis" show for over 20 years. He is the only Elvis impersonator to be backed on stage by James Burton himself. His site has everything from biography to sound samples.
Irby GasconA very talented Elvis tribute artist. Check out the links below for information, pictures and audio clips.
Terry LeeReal name: Bert Losscher. He began his musical career about 1961. In 1973 he formed the group "The Big Rock Revival" together with Pim Maas and Andy de Jong. He was called the Dutch Elvis and even caught the eye of Col. Tom Parker (who was originally from Holland also). He has 2 CD's out, "The Elvis Sound Of... Terry Lee" and "The Big Rock Revival", that you can find on Rarity Records (the link below).
Con ArcherNo info. at the moment. I have not been able to reach the producer of his recordings. So, if you read this and don't want the sound sample here, let me know and I'll remove it.
Con Archer - One More Valley
Chris DrummondChris is a singer from Australia. He has a unique talent for character impressions, and a vast three octave vocal range. He has a well known production show "Welcome To My World", a show that incorporates the many faces and voices of famous stars and celebrities throughout the entertainment world (some of these include Dick Emery, Michael Crawford, Rolf Harris, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison and, of course, Elvis Presley).
His page include some history, talents, booking information, as well as the history of his writing the words to "A Single Shining Star".
MarioMario is a great tribute artist from England. He does not sound exactly like Elvis (who does?), but he is a great singer, AND an actor. He can be seen in a movie called "The Odyssey" with Armand Assante, Eric Roberts and Issabella Rossalini.
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Tim ElTim El has been performing "Shades Of Elvis, A Tribute to the King", for the past 29 years (when this was written in 2011) and has traveled the southern United States, performing to sold out crowds. For more information, pictures and audio samples, please check out Tim's web site below.
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Micky VegasMy Name is Micky Vegas. I have been a life long Elvis fan but have only just started doing Elvis tribute in the last 2 years. Im enjoying it so much and I have new fans wherever I perform. I have been a Britains Best Elvis finalist and the Yorkshire Talent Contest Finalist.
My show is the Vegas years and I perform in authentic replica costumes to genuine backing tracks...
I love to keep Elvis' music and memory alive....
Gabe PhoenixTalented Elvis tribute artist from Australia. Does a sincere tribute to Elvis and has a good voice. Has the 60's Elvis look, but does also a good 70's Elvis voice. Please check out his web site for more info., and audio.
Richie SantaRichie Santa is a singer living in Staten Island, New York. Ever since the age of eight when he first saw Elvis in a movie the King has been Richie’s favorite singer. His influence from an early age has moved him into a career as an entertainer. Being a professional singer for over twenty years Richie has sung many songs by many artists, but no artist gives him as much pleasure as singing songs by the King of Rock-n Roll. The band that he sings with now is called Current Affair. Being the lead singer since joining the band eleven years ago Richie has done over 1000 shows. Recently adding the title of tribute band is something they can now offer their clients. Focusing on the Vegas years happens to be Richie’s favorite part of Elvis’s career. Being the same height and weight as Elvis in his prime makes the Current Affair show “A TRIBUTE TO THE KING” a more realistic and believable experience. With arrangements being true to the originals, each song is played with conviction. Then add the power of Richie’s voice along with his stage persona and the transformation is complete. Richie captures the essence of this great artist with authentic costumes and all the accessories that one would expect when watching a tribute show. There will never be another Elvis Presley, so it is with great respect and appreciation as a fan that Richie portrays this man that has given the world so much.
Antoniu PetrescuAntoniu is a talented singer and Elvis tribute artist from Italy.
"...I have collaborated with different artists of various origins enriching, in this way, my musical culture. My source of inspiration was undoubtedly the figure of Elvis Presley, the unquestioned king of rock 'n' roll that influenced the music and the artists from half a century ago to today. I play the guitar and the piano, even if I am known as a singer of Gospel music. I achieved a degree in Theology at the Papal College Leoniano (Anagni), together with the University Teresianum of Rome, with the specialization of Pastoral Ecclesiology. I am also a consultant of the Social Communication Office of the dioceses of Avezzano and I am currently a minister in the Cathedral of Avezzano..."
At his web site you can listen to audio samples. Please check it out.
Mark AndrewText comming later...
Paul PhoenixText comming later...
Mike ChambersText comming later...
Jack GatineauText comming later...
Ray Hastings (RayElvis)I'm from San Antonio, Tx. I've been an ETA for 8 yrs, and have been singing since I was 5 years old. Elvis has always been an inspiration and an influence in my life. The music is the most important thing when it comes to entertaining people. To see the smiles on their faces is the most gratifying thing to me. I can see it in their eyes when they have those fond memories of the music of Elvis Presley. Music is and will always be a part of my life in one way or another. It is a passion and a dream that I am very pleased to say that I am a part of. I am honored to be one of the many thousands of ETA's in this country. I truly respect any artist that can express his or herself through music.
Ray Hastings (aka: RayElvis)
Maarten JansenTalented Dutch singer who works a lot in Denmark and Scandinavia. He does a great tribute to Jim Reeves (just listen to his new album "Welcome To My World"), but he also sings Elvis. For video clips, please check out his web site.
Scott Douglas and The Memphis ConnectionA Elvis tribute artist and country singer! His site has a couple of mp3 songs. On the "On The Steps Of Graceland" section of his page, you can listen to him doing some none-Elvis song, but still in the Elvis style. Nice! New comments Feb. 2005: Don't know if this link is still valid. If anyone know Scott's current web site address, please let me know. Thank you!
Scott Douglas - Wonderful Peace
Brian SimpsonThe Canadian Brian Simpson is one half of the "Double Trouble" show with Curtis Cowan, backed by the "Mystery Train" band. In the show he does the "Vegas years" of Elvis career. He is a revered Elvis tribute artist and has been ranked as one of the top ten Elvis performers in contests across the continent. He has had the privilege of performing in premium venues and showrooms all over the world, and is also truly dedicated to many charitable and fundraising events.
Brian Simpson - Suspicious Minds
Martin GibsonComments coming later...
Robert ShawDescription coming later...
Bobby FosmireBobby Fosmire was born January 21, 1965 in Boston, MA. Bobby's band (Bobby and the Sharptones) is very active in the New England area. In June 2000, Bobby and the Sharptones opened at the Hatch Shell in Boston for the popular group Three Dog Night, with an audience of 30 thousand people. Twice a year Bobby does his tribute to Elvis SHOW right near Elvis's birthday,and then in August for the anniversary of his death. His first show was in 1985, and he just finished his 21th anniversary show on January 7, 2006, he still sells out shows, only now his audiences have grown to the thousands. For more info. and audio samples of Bobby's singing, please visit his web site.
Jenson Bloomer and The Mondo CarnesElvis 70's tribute band from England.
Johnny ThompsonJohnny is known as one of the top Elvis impersonators in Las Vegas. He has starred in the "Almost Elvis" and "The Men who would be King" documentaries and recently played Elvis in a TV-series on Sci-Fi Channel called "The Chronicle". His web site has a lot of information, pictures, audio and even video clips.
Big City BobBig City Bob, also known as Bobby Rivers. He had a CD out called "The Elvis Files", which I have. The CD feature some really nice Elvis stuff (and 2 non-Elvis songs). I especially liked Bobby's version of "I Will Always Love You". This CD also feature a version of "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen" sung by Elvis Presley, but re-mixed with new instruments by Big City Bob. The CD's featured on the link below are however original material written by Bobby Rivers (modern country music in Bobby's own style).
Elvis & The RoustaboutsThe name of the singer really is Elvis. He is also one of the Elvis impersonators you can see in the movie "3000 Miles To Graceland". Elvis can take you from the movie years to the Comeback Special, and on through to the Aloha and Vegas years. Elvis and the Roustabouts perform at many conventions, casinos, and fairs throughout the country, and are known for their special tribute to veterans.
Adam AshcroftA successful tribute artist from England. Site has sound samples.
Johnny SeatonTalented singer, who does a great Elvis but also his own original music. He has been a guest on many major national TV shows: the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, Entertainment Tonight, Showbiz Today and The Regis and Kathy Lee Show. He have had the privilege of working with some of the biggest stars in the business: Carl Perkins, Roseann Cash, The Jordanaires, and many others. At his web site you can read all about his career and all the great shows he has been in, you can see pictures, hear him sing and order CD's.
Pasquale FerroKnown as The Young Elvis. Hi looks a lot like the young Elvis, unfortunately I have not heard him sing though. If you have heard or seen him, or if you know where to find sound samples, please let me know...
Danny MirrorReal name: Eddy Owens. Sang "I Remember Elvis Presley". One of the best tribute songs I have ever heard. Does anybody know if there is a web site with info on him?
Alex WongAlex is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. When Elvis left the building (for good), he was only 2 years old. As a kid, his dad, Bruce Wong, would listen to all his Elvis songs, and so Alex grew up with Elvis' evergreen songs. In 2002, Light & Easy FM organised a national "Search For Elvis" competition. Alex was crowned the Champion, with the grand prize of a trip to Graceland, Memphis. Life was never the same after that. He began performing for many events and has since earned himself the recognition as one of the elite few outstanding local Elvis impersonators.
Ken RondellReal name: Ken Winkles. Elvis sound-alike that has proclaimed himself as "The New King". He started out in the military in Germany, 1977 with an Elvis tribute show called "Ken Rondell And The Country Rock Revue" together with Randy "Big Ran" Feuers. Check out his new CD at the link below.
Dan CunninghamComments coming later...
Craig NewellCraig has done several national and international television commercials, and played the part of Elvis in the movie, "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". He has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, TNT, MTV, and the BBC. He has performed on every venue available, from restaurant, dinner theatre and concert halls to fairs, amusement parks, circuses, and casino showrooms.
Mark Lee PringleMark Lee Pringle as the "HillBilly Cat", a Tribute to the early Elvis, 1954-1958. Mark has been an Elvis fan for as long as he can remember. He has borrowed Elvis voice before with numerous Country bands in the seventies and eighties, but has just recently decided to enter the world of ETA's (Elvis Tribute Artist). Mark also plays piano on a song or two during select concerts, as well as being the ONLY Elvis tribute artist, (so far) to use a full size replica of the RCA "Nipper"-dog on stage, just like Elvis did during his 1950's concerts.
DarrinDarrins tribute to Elvis goes from the hip swiveling period of the 1950's to the Las Vegas slick style era of the 1970's. Beside from Elvis, Darrin got his inspiration from "Alan - The Original Tribute To Elvis". Pictures, contact info. and other stuff available at the link below. Please visit!
Ian VentersHe looks a little like the 50's Elvis. Does not sound like Elvis, but he still sings very good!
Patrick JohnsonA great Internet friend of mine. He sings very good, and he is not a professional singer.
Steve McCartyAnother Internet friend of mine, and a really good Elvis singer! Just listen to the sound sample below.
Steve McCarty - All Shook Up
Quentin FlaggQuentin is a 17 year old (when this was written) tribute artist from Argos, Indiana. He has won several competitions around USA, and in Jan 2001 he will be making a 5 city tour for the Elvis Birthday Tribute show with Shawn Klush and Ryan Pelton. He does a great tribute to the young Elvis, and he does not stand still on stage. I think it's great that such a young person are interested in Elvis music and does tribute shows to his honour. You can also see him in the movie "Almost Elvis".
The ExSpence Account ShowbandThe World's #1 Touring Elvis Tribute Orchestra. Available for hire for all events. EAS is a professional 10 piece Elvis tribute band that tours and performs behind Elvis tribute artists all over the world. Founded back in the early 1970's, EAS takes great pride in their ability to master all eras of Elvis's prolific and magical career. The EAS vision is to keep Elvis's memory alive with true representations of his music dating from the 1950's through 1977.
EAS is the only band worldwide sanctioned by E.P.E. / Graceland. They have backed the best of the best ETA's including Shawn Klush, Ryan Pelton & Rick Saucedo just to name a few. The band has performed sold out shows in Ireland, Canada and many events in the United States.
Terry Mike JeffreyJeffrey is a musical chameleon: singer, songwriter, actor, musician, band leader, musical director, arranger and entertainer.
PJ ProbyBorned James Marcus Smith, but started his career under the name Jett Powers. Later on he called himself P.J. Proby, which is the name most people knows him under. He recorded a lot of demos for Elvis, and he played the 70's Elvis in the musical "Elvis" at Astoria Theatre, London in 1977 (Shakin' Stevens and Timothy Withnall portraying Elvis in the 50's and 60's). The musical runned successfully for 19 months and got the theatre award for best musical of the year. In 1996 he did the musical "Elvis" again, this time with Alexander Bar as a young Elvis.
Elvis JuniorElvis Junior is an Elvis tribute artist from Belgium, Europe. He is the winner of "Elvis of Europe" impersonator contest, 2003. He also got the third place at the World Championship in Memphis Tennessee, the same year. At the link below, you can see a couple of pictures of him.
Marcus WellsMarcus recreates the 1977 Sundial tour. He became the overall grand champion at Brantford's Elvis Fest and a Collingwood semi-finalist in 2002. At his site you can listen to sound samples, see some photos and read about other stuff.
Sammy Stone AtchinsonAn Elvis impersonator that also does country and gospel. He does a nice version of the song "Spelling On The Stone" that Dan Willis recorded on the vinyl LP with the same title.
Dennis KolbDennis has been in the business for over 20 years! He has performed all over USA, including one of President Clinton's Inaugural parties in 1992. At the 3:rd link below you can listen to Dennis sing "Rockin' Christmas Stockin'" in a Elvis kind of style.
Donnie JamesDonnie is a huge fan of Elvis, Elvis who have inspired him since a very early age. Growing up in the Okanagan, Victoria and Hawaii, Donnie was writing songs at the age of 6 and imitating Elvis even earlier. Donnie has gone on to perform in many shows. He was a finalist in his first ETA competition and a semi-finalist in the Shaw Cable Star Search. He has also recorded a CD with original music, titled: "Please Send Me An Angel". You can listen to audio clips at his web site.
Charles King"The Shaddow Of Elvis". Charles is a internationally acclaimed impressionist.
David LomondDavid Lomond is a international Hawaiian recording artist. World-renowned nationally-ranked Elvis entertainer. Professional DeeJay, Emcee and television personality. He does not look like Elvis, but he has a nice voice!
Robin KelleyRobin Kelly was the winner of the 2002 Collingwood Elvis Festival. Collingwood played host to over 70,000 fans and over 100 tribute artists from all over the world. Robin competed against 30 other tribute artists for the title of “Grand Champion” in the Professional category. He was also finalist in the “Images Of The King” Competition - Memphis, Tennessee August 2002.
Paul RossMulti award-winning Elvis Entertainer Paul Ross is based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and tours Canada and the US presenting his "Elvis On Tour" Showcase. His web site has audio clips, biography, pictures and many other things.
Lou VutoLou is popular as an Elvis artist, but he also does great tribute to Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones in his shows. He has worked with many of Elvis' musicians: Charlie Hodge, J.D. Sumner and The Stamps Quartet, The Sweet Inspirations, and The Jordanaiers. For more info., please check out his web site at the link below.
Jim WestoverJim is a professional Elvis impersonator from USA. He has a own band with talented musicians. At his web site he has audio samples, pics and info.
Jimmy RiceJimmy Rice was the drummer in Ral Donner's second group The Gents. He has a great voice, and he sound a lot like Ral (not so much like Elvis however). He recorded for the label Red Bird, and released the single "SPANISH PERFUME/THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER" (in the 60's). The song "Spanish Perfume" is also on the CD "The Red Bird Story" vol 4. If anyone knows something more about Jimmy, you are welcome to e-mail me.
The first link (below) is to a interview with Ral Donner where he mentions Jimmy shortly. The second link leads to a page where you can listen to the 2 songs mentioned above.
Stefan WikströmSwedish tribute artist. He started out as the young Elvis on the show "Are you lonesome tonight" in 1986. In 1993 he won the "Swedish Elvis song contest". Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana was in the jury!
Elvis Gold (Wally Tiemer)Comments coming later...
Danny EverettDanny is no Elvis impersonator, but he's a talented singer/Elvis soundalike from Holland (indo-rocker). I have his CD's "Danny Everett And Friends" and "Indo Dreams", vol 2, which I think are very good. The CD's contain some Elvis songs, and some other great songs as well, all with a nice Dutch accént. His web site (link below) is in the Dutch language.
David Crews and The Sweet SensationsDavid specializes in Elvis Tribute Shows which are historican re-creations and re-enactments of Elvis' greatest shows in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden and Hawaii. From romantic Elvis songs to rock-n-roll hits, David Crews covers them all. He has done Over 1000 Elvis Tribute Shows Since 1996. With true entertainment professionalism and respect David Crews has earned the right to be listed on Graceland's "acknowledged" list of National Elvis Tribute Artists. "The Sweet Sensations" his all-female backup group is available for shows and is in constant demand.
Fred WolfeCheck out the following websites of Fred Wolfe doing his tribute to the King of Rock and Roll. Fred has spent a large part of his singing career paying tribute to the great Elvis Presley. Fred's diversity allows him to do all the different era's of Elvis. Fred performs songs from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. His outfits include the Gold Lamé, G.I. Blues, Speedway, Blue Hawaii, and a variety of jumpsuits. Fred really enjoys singing and performing the great songs of Elvis. If you have not already seen Fred perform, his stage presence from singing and performing the moves of Elvis will astound you.
Fred Wolfe - Just Pretend (Real audio)
Fred Wolfe - Return To Sender (mp3)
Ritchie NewtonElvis fan from early age - to hard rocker - to Elvis tribute artist. Richie is a talented singer, who has performed in both Europe and Asia. He is now based in Thailand. Ritchie has a great looking web site with lot's of information. Feel free to visit it via the link below.
Elvis ShmelvisElvis Shmelvis is one of the leading Elvis tribute artists in the UK. Having performed on thousands of occasions in clubs, concerts and functions throughout the UK. Elvis Shmelvis has performed his own show in London's West End, was the closing act at the London Arena, and has been entertaining pre-match and halftime crowds at Arsenal FC, Watford FC and Luton Town FC. For more info., pictures and sound, please check out his web site.
Tim McCoyTim is a non-professional Elvis singer from Huntingdon, TN. He's a huge Elvis fan, and sings karaoke for fun and to entertain people. A quote from one of Tim's e-mails to me, about his singing and Elvis: I like to help keep his spirit alive, people love good Elvis songs sung still after all these years. He has been told he sounds a lot like Elvis. Maybe we could get an audio sample here in the future... Feel free to e-mail him at his address below.
Ron StarrA talented singer. You can get lots of info. and listen to sound samples on the sites listed below.
Garyelvis BrittGaryelvis has been a faithful Elvis Presley fan for over 30 years. He performs his tribute to Elvis all over the U.S. and Canada. He has also performed in Saigon, South Vietnam, as well as Costa Rica and Central America. He has been awarded the prestigious "Spirit of Elvis" award in the U.S. as well as Canada. As of this writing, Garyelvis has recorded 3 cd's. "Tribute to Elvis - The 70's", "Gospel Memories" and "Tribute to Elvis - The 50's". Very soon, he will be releasing his next cd, called "An American Christmas". All of the proceeds of this cd will go to the "Love Me Tender Day Charity Project" that Garyelvis founded back in July of 2000 that regularly benefits hospitalized children and needy families.
Keith AndersonElvis look-alike (in profession between 1992 and 1996) from Pennsylvania. He has been an Elvis fan since the age of 10. He has worked with other Look-alikes in "Pennsylvania Superstar Celebrity Look-alikes". He has won Several look-alike contests in Pennsylvania area. He has appeared in Several T.V. commercials and talk shows in the Pennsylvania area. His biggest influences in persuing a look-alike career has been the Elvis impersonators "Little El", and "Big El". His Biggest thrill of doing Elvis was winning an Elvis look-alike contest in a promotion for the movie "Honeymoon In Vegas". If you're interested in contacting Keith, his e-mail address is: Kamuscle7@aol.com.
Ralf LainevoolRalf Lainevool (39 years old when this was written in 2008) is almost the only Elvis impersonator in the little country of Estonia, who have chosen Elvis Presley in the 70's as a speciality in their shows. It all started for Ralf when Elvis 70's birtyday was celebrated by the Elvis fan club of Estonia (see www.elvis.ee), which was run by Tõnu Tuulas. The well received celebration party closed, of course, with karaoke. And it was there the singing career of Ralf started! Allthough he has been a fan of Elvis since the end of the 70's. Today he has recorded Elvis songs from all eras, the 50's, 60's and 70's as well as gospel, movie songs and duets with different famous Estonian artists.
There are probably a lot of talented performers of Elvis songs in Estonia, but their program are often not entirely built on Elvis songs, like Ralf's. Ralf offer a 2x25 minutes megamix show with Elvis 70's music. So one of showbussiness most known nisches are now also represented in Estonia.
Sven Franz von BülowVery talanted artist from Hamburg, Germany. Singer, moderator, composer, song writer and actor. I saw him live at the Swedish Elvis Festival in Västerås, Nov. 2003, where he sang two songs. He has a voice that suites very well for Elvis songs from the early 60's. His version of "No More" was fantastic! He's got a huge German accent, but that's just nice to listen to.
Anders KarlstedtSwedish singer and Elvis tribute artist. Has recorded several CD's with covers (both Elvis and other artists) and own songs. He has also recorded newly written songs by Dan Willis (known for the song "Spelling On The Stone") who also produced his latest CD released in May 2008. That CD also features The Jordanaires and Sherill Nielsen. Check out his web site for more info., pictures and audio samples.
Ruben CastilloNew Jersey's Entertaining Elvis Impersonator is Ruben Castillo. Ruben is a native of Toms River, NJ where he performed in many community theater productions such as Oliver, Scrooge, and Man of La Mancha. Now, Ruben is making the business of being Elvis his career as a Professional Elvis Impersonator and Tribute Artist. Ruben is an up and coming artist with a good voice and a three octave range. He is a student of Elvis music and specializes in a number of eras including Movies, 70's Concert and Gospel. After just eleven short months, Ruben is working to promote his name and his natural singing ability by participating in contests and festivals. In fact, his energetic performance at the Reflections of the King Contest at Blasdell NY was good enough to earn him Second Place. Have Ruben Castillo at your next event and you, too, will agree ... Ruben is New Jersey's Entertaining Elvis Impersonator.
Contact info: 61 fielder ave seaside heights nj ocean county, (732) 207-9916.
Dave B'One Night of Elvis' Competition UK 2007 Finalist. Dave.B is an experienced solo vocalist who’s two part act contains the Rock n Roll music of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
His LIVE show is just over two hours long with the first act containing Songs from artists such as Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Billy Fury, Cliff Richard, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more.
Depending on the venue Dave.B can also accommodate artists such as Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Mud, T Rex, Billy Joel, Alvin Stardust etc.
But it’s his act two that Dave.B is renown for, his vocally accurate tribute to easily the Greatest of them all the KING that is Mr ELVIS PRESLEY. For this one hour is the reason Dave.B is a very busy man indeed. He covers the full spectrum of songs from the KINGS all too short life.
With TV, theatre and radio experience behind him Dave.B can deliver a knockout night out for all ages. Any venue is catered for so get him to your function and rock, bop and dance the night away.
Michael ChapinComments coming later... If anyone have some info you like to share, feel free to e-mail me.
James MaraisElvis tribute artist from South Africa. For more info., check out the links below.
Steve KelleherSteve is an Aussie who launched his tribute to Elvis in the Heartland of Elvis Australia, ‘Parkes NSW’, after travelling for 15 years performing and speaking at corporate events throughout the US, UK, Europe, NZ and Asia. For more info., please check out his web site (linked below).
Duke MasonDuke Mason is a special performer because of his unique height of only 46 inches. However, his talent and charismatic personality bring a respect and dignity to his singing that only few are chosen to have. A truly multi-talented and exciting performer, Duke sings, plays guitar, keyboard, bass and drums. Duke has appeared on programs with country greats including: George Jones, Dale Evans, The Blackwoods, Albert E. Brumley Jr., Pat Boone, LeRoy VanDyke, Archie Campbell, Faron Young, "Hee - Haw " star Lulu Roman, Donna Douglas of "The Beverly Hillbilly's ", and many others. Duke has also appeared as a soloist and piano player for country music singer Tommy Overstreet. On several occasions, Duke hs had the honor of performing with the legendary singing group The Jordanaires. Duke has a great singing voice and you can read more about him and listen to audio samples at his web site.
Steve van der ValkSteve is a talented Elvis tribute artist from England. Steve currently performs two types of show, The Steve van der Valk show consists of a wide variety of songs made famous by Ray Charles, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, The Walker Brothers, The Pointer Sisters, Paul Weller to name a few. The other is an Elvis tribute show called The Elvis Experience, which draws on songs made famous by the King from Teddy bear and Dont be cruel to Suspicious Minds and The American Trilogy "my aim is to create a little of the magic of an Elvis Vegas show" says Steve.
The name Van der Valk is an inherited one from his time spent in Holland where Steve has worked extensively with a Band as lead singer, touring around Holland, Germany and Sweden.
Mike BravenerMike is a talented Elvis tribute artist. But he does not only do Elvis songs. In late 2006, Mike teamed up with a crew of seriously talented musicians to form The Rockin' Billies. They play all of the the greatest hits from Sun records, and well ... they rock! You can read more and even listen to sound samples at the web sites listed below.
Jonny WintersAbout me: I have been one of the first Elvis Tribute Artists in Europe, live in Germany in kind of an Elvis Museum, was the first to establish merchandise around the King long time ago in Germany and to have meetings with many fans from Germany and the Switzerlands. I still am very active, since 2008 I have dedicated my life - again- 100 percent to show business and RR&R; I had concerts in Italy, Poland, Switzerlands, Spain, USA, I do Gospel as well as R&R and my orchestra is a professional band of 11 musicians and vocalists. I am working on the building of Elvis Presley for 30 years now and I will keep on rocking for all those who love R&R Music.
Tim DudleyTim Dudley was born on Febuary 10, 1984 in South Carolina. Tim has lived all over US (Georgia, Louisiana) but now lives in South Bend/ Mishawaka, Indiana area. Tim has been performing his Elvis Tribute act for just a few years now and this has been his dream to perform and pay tribute to Elvis. Please check out his web site for more information, pictures and audio.
Joseph KingIn 2004 Joseph was voted one of the best Elvis impersonators in Europe. He has created two groundbreaking tribute shows, based upon Elvis Presley and Tom Jones. He has has also created with the help of his guitarist and close friend Kev Sharpe a two-piece acoustic duo named "Corloene", and under this name perform anything from corporate to private functions. For more info. and audio samples, please check out his web site listed below.
Elvis WayneElvis Wayne is an Elvis tribute artist from Ft. Myers, Fl. He's a member of the EEN (Elvis Entertainers Network). He has performed in Las Vegas with the Jordanairs. His web site has more info., picture and lot's of audio clips. Please check it out.
RelvisComments/bio coming later...
The EP ExpressThe EP Express is comprised of 10 of the best musicians, vocalists and songwriters that Memphis has to offer. The band perform primarily Elvis songs from his Vegas years 1969-1977. They also perform other music from country to rock and blues to southern rock and original material. Every member of the EP Express is a fan of Elvis and has been influenced by Elvis in one form or another.
Kevin BoucherKevin grew up in Sutton, Massachusetts, USA. Now he's living and working in Italy. He's also a talented Elvis tribute artist, even though he's just started his Elvis singing career. Kevin is probably the only Elvis tribute artist/impersonator in the Veneto region of Italy. Please check out his web site for more info. and audio clips!
Danny BeisselQuote from his web site: "With influences ranging from Ray Charles, to Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison and Robert Plant, Danny personifies the history and direction of American Rock n’ Blues." For more info. and audio clips, please check out his web site.
David LeeDavid Lee is from Birmingham, Alabama. He has been performing his tribute to Elvis since 1995 throughout the United States and Canada. With many years of experience and accomplishments, his most highly regarded honors are placing 2nd in the world 2003 Images of the King contest, and becoming the Canadian grand champion Elvis Fest 2001. David Lee considers it an extreme honor to perform to fans and people who really love Elvis as he does.
David Lee has become well known in Birmingham and across North America. Many call him "Birmingham's Favorite Elvis Entertainer". He is a "World Class-Award Winning" Entertainer, with the numerous successful performances/appearances to his credit, including TV appearances on the "Ricki Lake Show" and the hit show "Insomniac".
David Lee - It's Midnight (RealAudio)
Chuck MemphisRock n' roll and country singer. Has performed with many great artists like: Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, The Coasters, Shakin’ Stevens and Jerry Lee Lewis. On the page listed below, you can hear Chuck sing "Three Steps To Heaven" in Elvis style!
Jim E. CurtinJim 'E' Curtin is a world-renown entertainer who has been performing and entertaining for over 20 years. At his site you can listen to sound samples!
Bobby SalernoComments coming later...
Artie MentzDescription coming later...
Eddie FalconEddie has been a lifelong fan of Elvis. He has been performing for several years, and recently (2004) he had two very successful tours in Lake Tahoe, Nevada at casinos. Check out his site (the link below) for more information about Eddie and his Elvis tribute.
Joe KentComments coming later...
Todd MartinTodd has been performing his "Tribute to Elvis" for about 5 years. He is a four time finalist in the world championship competition at the Images of the King contest in Memphis, Tennessee. Todd was also the Grand Champion of the 2002 "All Shook Up" in Branson contest. Todd's show usually includes several costume changes, covering every era of Elvis' career, the "50's", the Army years, the Movies, the'68 Comeback Special, and the Vegas Era. His costumes are replicas of those worn by 'the king' himself.
Jay CurtmanSgt. Jay Curtman has been singing Southern Gospel Music for as long as he can remember. As a young child he learned that he had an ear for picking out old hymns and standards on the piano and soon afterward he developed an interest in the guitar. His major influences are Elvis Presley, Jake Hess, Gary McSpadden, The Cathedrals, The Happy Goodmans and many others. Officer Jay now writes and sings his own music. He is not only a singer/songwriter but also a former youth director.
Todd LuxtonTodd's tribute to Elvis Presley has taken him across the country with numerous performances including casinos, dinner theaters and stage shows. He has been performing Elvis to delighted crowds for over 17 years. He has won every contest he has ever entered, including one in Michigan and three in Arizona, beating over 30 other contestants at Harrah's and 40 contestants at Apacheland Movie Ranch, where Elvis actually filmed his movie "Charro". He has also worked with the touring company of Legendary Superstars and the well-known Legends in Concert in Las Vegas.
Todd Luxton - Let It Be Me (RealAudio)
Neil J DuncanNeil is a very talented singer with a great voice. Just check out his audio samples on his web site or buy a CD (he offers customized CD's, just for you). Neil is known as one of the best Elvis tribute artists in the UK. He has just been voted No 2 Elvis Tribute Artist in Europe, and even better than that had a great endorsement from Larry Geller, who was one of the judges, and of course friend and confidant to Elvis himself. He said of Neil: "his voice just blew me away, so powerful, yet controlled, just like Elvis". In April 2005 he was crowned 'King of Kings' in London, beating off fierce competition from 45 top class ETA's, His prize is every ETA's dream,.... to perform in a top hotel in Las Vegas in 2006!! He grows from strength to strength and is now performing with a top class band, complete with brass and backing singers.
Curt LechnerCurt has been an Elvis fan all of his life. This lifelong admiration and true appreciation of Elvis and his music has lead to a career as an Elvis Tribute Artist. His "Just Pretend Elvis Tribute Show" is done with a great deal of respect and dignity, paying homage to the one and only "King Of Rock N Roll". Curt has placed in many contests throughout the country and has been a two time finalist in the Images of The King Contest, a worldwide competition held annually in Memphis.
Mike DavisTalented singer who does both Elvis tributes and tributes to other great singers. Mike is a true entertainer! For more info. and audio samples, please check out his wonderful designed web site. Just follow the link below.
Peter TriantisKnown as "Elvis To A 'T'". Peter has been singing for 5 years (when this was written in early 2005), and has performed at places such as: Crown Showroom, Metro, Hugos, Hillcrest, Channel 31, Palace, and Dome. He has won the No 1 Elvis competition for the South Pacific, Robert Tufo Elvis Festival. His voice was voted closest to Elvis by Greek singing star Kostas Kappralos. Pete has also recorded Elvis top 40 hits.
ShelvisShelvis is the world record holder in singing Elvis songs nonstop. His record is 40 hours, 8 minutes and 2 seconds! Please visit his web site for more info, pics, audio and video.
Casper SleeCasper Slee is an Elvis tribute artist from the Netherlands (Holland), born and raised in the city of Hoorn. He has been a Elvis fan since he was five years old, and the last five years (when this text was written) he's been an Elvis tribute artist/Elvis impersonator. Performing like Elvis has sent him to many places. He appeared several times on television in Holland, Belgium and Germany. In 2000 he ended 3:rd in The "Elvis of Europe" contest. Last year (2003) he joined the "Images Of The King" contest in Memphis, and he gave by special request 3 preformances at the Elvis presley boulevard shops.
Jeff KrickJeff Krick, who was born in Pennsylvania, has been performing professionally as an Elvis tribute artist for 14 years (when this was written). He started singing when he was a child, and has grown into a career as one of the top Elvis Presley tribute artist in the country.
Click on the picture to the left to see the front cover of Jeff's CD "Memories Of The Man & More". I have this CD and I think it's a really good tribute to The King. I especially like that he has included 4 songs Elvis never recorded himself ("God Bless The USA", "I Like It, I Love It", "Amazed" and "I Swear"). That makes a good mix.
Jim DilleyJim Dilley, was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has released a Christmas album and a Gospel album under the independent "Triumph Record" label. He has also recently recorded an Elvis tribute album, with the famous Jordanaires in Nashville. For more information including sound samples, please visit Jim's web site (link below).
Art KistlerArt Kistler is a professionally trained vocalist, experienced entertainer, and charter member of the Professional Elvis Impersonators Association of Las Vegas. In addition to singing, he's a pianist, drummer and play a Fender electric bass guitar. Check out his web site for more information etc.
John HacklerJohn is a 43 year old Elvis impersonator from Valparaiso Indiana. He has been doing Elvis shows for 10 years now. (when this was written in early 2005) He does the the 70's era of Elvis career. He is also a fan of the singer and Elvis soundalike Jimmy Ellis. He has made a own 6-song CD, "Success Takes Courage - A Tribute To Orion Jimmy Ellis". You can contact John at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (219) 464-3895
Jim SmithJim has been an Elvis fan for thirty five years, starting out as a teenager. His breakthrough was in 1976, while he was performing with the musical ministry at his church, as a drummer, he stepped forward to sing "Elvis" for a variety show and "Memories from Memphis" was born. For more info. about Jim and "Memories from Memphis", please check out his web site. There you can also find pictures and audio samples.
Phil KingPhil King was born in Liverpool, UK. He has done lots of theatre work and also television. He then started singing on the road, supporting acts such as Gerry Marsden, Little and Large and Jimmy Cricket. The first time people heard Phil singing Elvis was on the Billy Butler show "Stars In There Eyes". Then he entered "Great Britains Best Elvis in the 50's" 2003, and won it. Since then the work hasn't stopped and he has appeared on "G M T V", "Lorraine Kelly" and "Stars and Their Doubles", NBC in America. And also "Test The Nation" with Anne Robinson and Philip Schofield. Phil has joined with Roy Orbison played by Bob Baxter and Buddy Holly played by Craig Martin to make a show called "The American Legends".
Kirk FrancoisElvis tribute artist from Brockville, Ontario, Canada. More comments coming later...
Mystery Train"The Mystery Train Band is a big part of the Elvis world. They have been playing Elvis music for over 25 years, and have backed up countless Elvis impersonators including many who have gone on to great fame. And now, with the same committed members along with the addition of two new, highly talented and motivated musicians, Mystery Train has reunited to bring back the high quality, energetic Elvis entertainment that has not been seen in a very long time. Mystery Train is excited to once again be the ultimate Elvis band for all those great Elvis Tribute Artists who have chosen to showcase their talent by performing with a professional and knowledgeable band." (Mystery Train, as described on their web site. Check 'em out!)
Dean Lee VegasDean, from UK, is a newcomber to the Elvis tribute business. In January 2004 he entered the "Walk A Golden Mile In My Shoes" Elvis competition in Blackpool, and came 3rd. The event is the largest of it's kind in Europe. Since then his act has gone from strength to strength. For more info. and audio clips, please check out his web site (listed below).
Jeff MarshJeff has always loved Elvis and had sang along with his records for many years. In 1997 he finally got up the nerve to sing in a karaoke bar, and performed his first song live, "Crying In The Chapel". Now Jeff is a professional Elvis entertainer with Elvis costumes and everything. For more info., pictures etc., please check out his web site (the link below).
Steve AdamsSteve Adams was born in Middleton, Ohio and started singing professionally at age 17 with a group called Cheyenne. In 1989, Steve started out as a ETA (Elvis Tribute Artist), singing to pre-recorded music. One and a half years later he formed his own band, Kentucky Rain. For more info., pictures, audio samples etc., please check out their web site (the link below)
Tony RomeTony was discovered by another Elvis tribute artist: Johnny Spence. Johnny was doing a show and called up Tony from the audience to the stage. He did "Jailhouse Rock" and "Heartbreak Hotel" and the crowd went crazy. Tony later got his first bookings, and was on his way in the music business. Tony now works with The Danca Brothers Band. This was just a very short biography. For more information, please check out Tony's web site.
Michael ContiMichael has starred as Elvis in the world famous "Legends In Concert" at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas. He has performed with "Legends" in Singapore, the Bahamas, Myrtle Beach, Saint George, Puerto Rico to name a few places. He is also a talented actor. TV-series includes: "General Hospital" and "Santa Barbara". Michael's motion picture roles included "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and "Lock Up" (with Sylvester Stallone). For more information and a video clip, please check out the link below.
Stuart McLeodStuart's been performing Elvis for 14 years all over Canada. He started portraying the "68 Comeback" Elvis with the show "Elvis, Elvis, Elvis" and now he has his own show called "In Memory of the King". Stuart never competed in "Elvis Competitons", until 2002 when he entered the "Penticton Elvis Festival", in Penticton BC. He did very well. He was 1st runner up, took Second Place. Danny Vernon took 1st place and Gino Monopoli took 3rd place that year. During the festival, the organizers decided they would award another prize to the "Top Canadian" tribute artist to represent Canada at the 25th Anniversary Show, Darwin Lamm, Editor of Elvis International, put on at the New Daisy Threatre during Elvis Week in 2002. Stuart was award this honour.
Matt DollarMatt is featured in the national selling book "I am Elvis", has been performing as Elvis since age 13, has traveled as far as Japan with his act and all over the country; in addition to performing in Nashville's most elite clubs as Elvis, numerous TV interviews, commercials and shows. Matt astonishingly even sews his own Elvis jumpsuits creating replicas of the Kings, and has also made them for other Elvis Impersonators.
Harvey McFaddenHarvey has been a professional Elvis Tribute Artist since 2001 and went full time in 2006. Was honored with the Spirit of Elvis Award at the Images of Elvis contest in West Monroe, LA ,in 2006. Placed third in the same contest in 2007. Over 1,200 career performances including 310 in 2009. Performed for Singapore's First Elvis Fan Club in 2010. Harvey recently moved from the Houston area to near Abilene, TX, and continues to pay tribute to the greatest entertainer of all time - Elvis!
Joe TirritoJoe has been performing his Tribute for about 20 years. In that time he has traveled to Japan, the Bahamas, Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Washington, DC, and Memphis to showcase his talents. He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Geraldo Rivera Show, and was featured in the National Enquirer. You can listen to Joe sing at his web site.
Michael O'ConnorMichael portray Elvis in the years between 1968 to 1974. He has performed all around the country (USA). He has entertained in Las Vegas, he has performed at the Florida State Fair, and Canada, and have performed in front of crowds in excess of 17,000 people. He has been performing Elvis shows for over 20 years and just recently been ranked in the top 20 Elvis tribute artists in the world. Last year (2002) he opened for the music group "The Lettermen", and did the 2002 Hilton Client Appreciation galla.
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Michael KingMichael have recently been awarded the "Icon - Sacred Performance Award 2003" by the largest Elvis fan Club in America with regards to his live performances with The Jordanaires in Las Vegas. He's the headliner for Europe's largest Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and Convention (Walk A Golden Mile In My Shoes, Blackpool, U.K. January 2004). He also starred in "The Complete Aloha re-creation 2003". You can get more info., check out pictures and listen to audio clips by visiting Michael's web site.
Greg JaquaAn award winning entertainer, Greg Jaqua has been performing his Tribute To The King for over 15 years. Greg's past clients include Google, Air Tran Airways, American Movie Classics, Charter Communications, and many more. Greg's show is available for corporate events, private parties, festivals, fund raisers, car shows - nearly any kind of special event - anywhere in the United States.
Paige Poole30 Years as Singer/Entertainer/Impersonator! His web site has pictures, audio clips and scheduled events. He also has several CD's for sale.
Louis RockafellaElvis tribute artist from England.
John JensenRising star among Elvis performers. Check out the web site below for more information about John. His site also has audio clips.
Donnie RobertsElvis impersonator from Texas, USA. On his web site you can read about Donnie, check out pictures and listen to him sing.
Steve LobinSteve was a decorated police officer who made a hobby of Elvis impersonation. After a line of duty injury forced him to retire, he turned to his second love, Elvis impersonation, as a way to reach out to the public. He has appeared on the series Walker Texas Ranger, as well as several commercials, parades and other events. His stage name is L-Vis.
Mike ViselliMike was born and raised in Boston, MA. He started entertaining as a teenager in local theater acts and soon became influenced by the sounds of Elvis, Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and many other legends. Mike has been seen on stage, television, radio and print but keep's his sights focused primarily on performing as an Elvis impersonator. For more info., please check out his web site (below).
Eddie VeeIn 1994 Eddie set the World Record for Performing Elvis Songs: 228 in 12 hours and as a result was invited on to several TV Shows. In January 2004, he'll attempt to make a new record in Elvis marathon singing at the Elvis convention in Blackpool, UK. For more information about Eddie, please check out his web site.
Jimmy T.Jimmy decided to become an ETA the first time he saw Shawn Klush perform. From that moment on, he knew that he wanted to sing Elvis's music. Jimmy had the pleasure of going to Elvis Week in Memphis 2002 for the 25th anniversary celebration and 2003 for the 26th anniversary of Elvis’s death. He also competed in the Images of Elvis Contest in 2003 in Memphis, TN. He also had the pleasure of having The Sweet Inspirations (Myrna Smith, Estelle Brown, and Portia Griffin) back him up while performing at a local hotel.
Don ObusekDon is a Elvis Vegas-style entertainer that performes with exact replicas of Elvis jumpsuits and everything. He has performed at many different venues, and has appeared before various types of audiences - entertaining anywhere from small, private parties with 10 guests in attendance, to events such as an oldies concert at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium, with 29,000 people in attendance. His web site has a nice video clip with Don singing on top of a building roof.
Bob JamesBob James is a native of Buffalo, NY and one of New York's top Elvis impersonators. Bob has performed all over North America, including Niagara Falls, Miami Beach, Toledo, New Jersey, Laughlin, NV, Buffalo, Long Island, Montreal, New York City and Las Vegas. He was the winner of the 1st Annual "Reflection of The King Award" at the 2003 Elvissss Fest in Buffalo. The Elvis Show with Bob James is a Vegas-style show with all the jeweled jumpsuits, scarves for the ladies, and giveaways like teddy bears, and pink cadillacs! A guaranteed good time for all. Bob's a member of the Professional Elvis Impersonators Association.
Martin FoxMartin Fox from UK has been in the entertainment business for over 20 years, singing and performing his act at venues and concerts across the world. He is available for Appearances, Cabaret, Corporate Events, Concerts, Weddings, Private Parties, Shows and Photo shoots and previous clients include Benson & Hedges (Hamlet), Lever Brothers, Faberge, Orange, Sony, Ericsson, Fujifilm, Disney, ITV, BBC, Channel 4, Channel Five, CBS, CNN and LWT. His website includes many MP3 music sample available for download, photos and information on his next appearances.
Andrew HowardAndrew Has done commercials for 10 10 Radio New York. WJLK NJ, He has appeared on News 12 New Jersey and the Lee Leonard Television Talk Show. Andrew was featured in April 2003 at the Lakewood Blue Claws Baseball Stadium where he had the oppurtunity to do a photo shoot for " Coors Light Beer" Coors Light TV covers all Major NJ events. He Tours and performs live with his DJs Zanzibarmusic. He has been featured in Several newspapers across New Jersey. He like performing for Charity benefits and Police Benefits. He organizes the "Friends of Elvis Convention" That brings fans together once a year and donates a portion to "Presley Place", a shelter in Tennessee.
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