‘This is Elvis’ and ‘Suspiciously Elvis’, 2 exceptional shows for 35th anniversary of Elvis’ death on August 2012 in Brighton!

Elvis Presley was one of the most popular American singers of the 20th century. A cultural icon, he is commonly known by the single name Elvis. He is often referred to as the ”King”.  

  35 years ago (on 16th of August 1977), the ”King” died and 2 shows can permit you to remember his talent and his songs like Love Me Tender, Suspicious Minds, Jailhouse Rock.   

First one is ‘This is Elvis’ on Thursday 16th of August 2012′. This very special show for the anniversary of Elvis’ death with Jim Devereaux and his burning love band bring you a night of pure Presley Magic. This show is at The Jive Monkey at 7.30pm until at 11pm.   

Since beginning Jim Career as an Elvis tribute artist in 2002 with his This Is Elvis’ show, he has won acclaim worldwide for his stunning recreation of the King. 

Jim has received numerous accolades and awards from within the Elvis fan comunity and prominent write ups, features and reviews from newspapers, television, radi and magazines worldwine. 

Jim has performed as an Elvis impersonator in over a dozen different countries and performed with such megastars as Kim Wilde, Miss Dynamite and super group Texas. 

Jim has also performed for and appeared with members of Elvis Presley’s family, original show band and backing singers. 

Jim performs with hisBurning Love Bandand backing group across the country and prominently in Europe. 

    

Second one is ‘Suspiciouly Elvis’. As one of the UK’s most popular and accredited Elvis dedication artists, Ivor Potter captures like none other the spirit and good humour of the legend himself, dazzling audiences with his powerful renditions from Brighton on the south coast, to the Edinburgh Festival in 2001 where he received a four star review.    

Featuring hits like Hound Dog, Burning Love, Suspicious Minds, Hurt and An American Trilogy the Suspiciously Elvis show appeals to all walks of Elvis and rock & roll fans . On Saturday 18th of August at Concorde2!   

To continue to pay tribute to the King of the Rock and Roll, why not book in our hotel the Elvis room?   

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