“Elvis and TomJones: The Concert that might have been…” sold out with standing room only last Thursday night, August 16, 2018 and the crowd LOVED the show.
The Boys are back on stage on Thursday night, August 16th at the Muckenthaler Arts Center in Fullerton. Two great singers singing hits from two of the greatest performers in history. Hits including “It’s Not Unusual”, “Kiss”, “Are You Lonesome Tonight”, “Kentucky Rain”, “My Way”, and many more. The show will run approximately 105 minutes with a 15 minute intermission.
Come on out for a great evening of the songs you recognize. And, It’s a very funny show.
The show starts out as a simple “Unplugged Tour” version of a Tom Jones Concert. About three hit songs in, Elvis appears behind Tom saying, “I was passing by and I heard your wailing! ‘Thought I’d join you for spell.” And so, the “Concert that might have been…” begins. It’s a loosey-goosey, “Rat-packy”, romp between three close friends – and much funnier than any tribute concert ought to be. Combined with some great singing and keyboard playing, this show is 90 minutes of FUN!
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The Elvis & TJ Tribute Show will be going up at the Muckenthaler Arts Center in Fullerton, California this summer. We’ll be singing starting at 7:30 PM on Thursday Night, August 16, 2018 in the Outdoor Theater.
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Kevin has been performing as “Elvis” since high school and has the costumes to prove it. From, “Love Me Tender” and “Hound Dog” to “Suspicious Minds” and “The Wonder of You”, Kevin brings the voice, the moves, and the Jelly Donuts.
At five years old, Steve’s grandma gave him his first “45rpm single” record: “Delilah” by Tom Jones. Steve admits, “I don’t look anything like Sir Tom. But I have curly hair and I can sing like him. And that’s enough.”
Eloy Sherlock on keys is the real deal and the backbone of Elvis and TJ Show! He’s also freakin’ nuts, so there’s that added value too!