Elvis Birhday Bash Tickets
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Elvis Birthday Bash is one of the most eagerly awaited events for Elvis Presley's fans. Although stepping into his shoes is a challenging task but two of the most acclaimed Elvis impersonators, Scot Bruce and Mike Albert have time and time again lived up to people's expectations. Dancing and grooving to the fan favorites such as Blue Suede Shoes, Viva Las Vegas, A Little Less Conversation, Hound Dog and Jailhouse Rock, watch them perform live as they bring the the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley's persona back to life. Events like this have always been about the legendary singer's charisma, persona, humor, signature dance moves and above all his singing prowess; all rolled into one. Hence shedding light on his stature and worldwide acclaim. Get your cheap Elvis Birthday Bash tickets and watch the Elvis impersonators live as they immortalize his concerts.
Elvis Presley is undoubtedly one of the most important figures of the 20th century. His popularity and achievements know no boundaries as his fanatically wide fan base says it all. The singer has sold more than one billion records across the world, hence setting a record. He also accounts for approximately 150 different albums and singles attaining gold, platinum and multi-platinum certifications in the US. Also, he has been recognized by various countries such as Norway, France, Japan, Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Sweden etc, receiving countless trophies and awards. Throughout his career he conquered the charts in America; more than hundred songs found a spot in top 40, forty reached top 10 and around eighteen ended up as chart toppers. Altogether, ninety albums hit the charts while ten bagged the number one spot.
In addition to that, Elvis Presley owns three Grammy Awards he received in 1967, 1972 and 1974. He was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the age of thirty-six by NARAS. Six recordings; Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog, Are You Lonesome Tonight, That's All Right, Heartbreak, and Suspicious Minds were inducted into NARAS Hall of Fame. Speaking of the achievements, the Elvis Birthday Bash has also brought Scot Bruce and Mike Albert's sheer talent to the fore as they have given impersonation a good reputation. Hailing from Pacific Northwest, Scot Bruce started impersonating in order to make ends meet not knowing that it would help him capture fame across the United States. Today he is not only recognized for his talent but is highly respected for what he does. According to The Tennessean, Nashville: "top Elvis impersonator Scot Bruce has got it going on, his voice is so uncannily like the king's.he has all the signature Presley moves". Apart from that Scot Bruce has also shared the screen with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow in their music videos.
He has also been a part of soap operas called Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful. Recently he landed an opportunity of performing with Elvis' original backup singers Jordanaires. Mike Albert is another impersonator who has gained worldwide exposure. Together with the Big 'E' Band, Mike represents Elvis Presley's Vegas shows in particular, putting forth 50's 60's and 70's rock and roll music. He is not new to sold-out shows and shares a strong association with theaters, fairs, festivals, dinner shows etc.
When it comes to impersonating Elvis it is not just about replicating his physical appearance or attire it is rather the strong stage presence and the interactive live shows that Mike Albert puts an emphasis on. Born in Canton, Ohio, he rose to fame through his show titled "Ultimate Tribute". Owing to his immaculate portrayal of the legendary musician, Albert has been doing shows endlessly. Thus, performing in places like America, New Zealand, Belgium and Australia. His appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show paved way for a mass appeal.
There are millions of people who have grown up listening to Elvis Presley music. If you have not had a chance to see him perform live grab Elvis Birthday Bash tickets to know what he was like on stage.