Elvis the Ultimate Tribute takes you on a musical journey through the different eras of Elvis Presley, from the early rocking 50's to the mesmerizing Vegas years of the 70's. Be entertained by one of the top five Elvis Tribute Artist of the World, who placed in the finals in Elvis Presley Enterprises Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, August 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee . Diogo Light from Porto Alegre, Brazil, has also qualified to compete in the 2019 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest in Memphis this coming August.
Diogo with performances throughout South and North America and in Australia, has put his defense attorney career on hold so he can peruse his love of Elvis Presley's music. Diogo's love for Elvis music began at a very young age, he even mastered English so he could understand and sing Elvis' music. He has performed his tribute for 13 years all over the world delighting fans singing the Elvis songs he grew up with.
Moses Snow from Decatur, Texas joins Diogo Light on the rocking musical journey though the eras of Elvis Presley. Moses Snow, the fastest rising 16-year-old Elvis Tribute Artist of this year, starts your journey in the 50’s. Hear 50’s Rock 'n' Roll hits like "Hound Dog," "Blue Suede Shoes" and 60’s movie hits like "Jailhouse Rock" and "Love Me Tender.”
Moses won Memphis’s “Image of the King Non-Pro Division” in August 2018. He also won the Oklahoma State Fair Elvis Extravaganza in September 2018 which qualified him to compete in the finals of Elvis Extravaganza in West Palm Beach Florida in January 2019 which he won. The young man is full of rocking talent and he will blow your mind with his talent.
Diogo Light and Moses Snow will be backed by Brad Swiger’s Edge of Realty Band, one of the top tribute bands in the US.
Elvis the Ultimate Years will trill and entertain you from start to finish traveling through the many eras of Elvis Presley.
Celebrete Christmas with Patsy Cline performed by Lisa Layne. Patsy Cline used the term of endearment "Hoss" to her friends, both male and female, and called herself "The Cline." She met Elvis Presley in 1962 at a fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and they exchanged phone numbers. Having seen him perform during a rare Grand Ole Opry appearance, she admired his music, called him The Big Hoss, and often recorded with his backup group, The Jordanairs.
Joining the celebration is Johnny Cash performed by Bennie Wheels. Known as the Man in Black Johnny stated about Elvis " He and I liked each other, but we weren't that tight - I was older than he was, for one thing, and married, for another - and we weren't close at all in his later years".
Starring Kraig Parker, Bennie Wheels, Lisa Layne, Moses Snow, Shake Rattle & Roll and back by the Edge of Realty Band
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