Steve Elliott brings his Elvis impersonation and music to the Legion.

The King lives in Elvis tribute artist

Elvis Presley's music and persona at Legion dinner show

Steve Elliott will take you on a thrill ride recreating the raw and energetic charisma as the King of Rock and Roll! With plenty of hip swiveling action, strong vocal range, and a medley of authentic and unique costumes by his own private tailor, you will be mesmerized with his uncanny likeness of the young King. The one-man show included a “full band” sound using computerized technology.

The Elvis Elite show brings a fresh and thrilling experience to the greatest and most universal performer that ever lived! Elliott will make sure that you see and hear something original in every performance he gives.

Elliott will be bringing his Elvis Elite show to a dinner/concert night at the Sooke Royal canadian Legion on Sunday, April 29. Cocktails at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 and show at 7. Dinner is baron of beef and all the trimmings. All seats reserved, tickets are available at the Legion.

Born and raised in Nanaimo, Steve Elliott had many artistic abilities before stumbling upon his career as a singer and entertainer. His mother,  a very talented artist of all trades, encouraged Elliott at a very young age to draw and be creative with expressions and originality. He was a freelance cartoonist of some note.

With no prior singing abilities, he walked into a karaoke contest at a local mall and was intrigued by the performers caught in their acts. The contest was set in the era of classic rock and and early crooners.   Steve Elliott decided to enter last minute for fun and found that he had a natural ability to sing and entertain. He won a prize set of Elvis Presley CD’s and discovered the rawness and sensualities in  Elvis Presley’s voice which lead him to his new found career as a performer.

Since then, Elliott has perfected his act as a tribute artist using the energy in the music of “Elvis” to express to a generation of all ages the memories and magic of the young king!

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