ELVIS PRESLEY – ON STAGE
The all new "ELVIS PRESLEY – ON STAGE" music experience will kick off a
23-date-tour of the United Kingdom starting in April 2014 and continue
through the end of May. Featuring a hot studio band and backup singers,
the 60th Anniversary of Rock ‘n’ Roll celebration will go on the road to
Europe. Following the worldwide success of the stage production, Elvis
Presley In Concert, which featured Elvis’ original band and singers,
this new show is designed for all Elvis fans past, present and future.
Using the latest technology, Elvis performs via state-of-the art video
screens singing lead vocals backed by a live band, singers and an
orchestra. Together, this multi-media creation puts the audience inside
an Elvis Presley concert presented exactly like one of his classic live
performances in a Las Vegas showroom. The contemporary staging and
overall production create the illusion that Elvis is on stage for his
finest concert performances.
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Marian Cocke ~ Elvis Presley Charity Event Memorial Dinner.
Join the Moody Blues Elvis Presley Fan Club at Itawamba Agricultural High School in Fulton, MS, on May 15, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. for the Marian Cocke ~ Elvis Presley Charity Event Memorial Dinner
. Hosted by Moody Blues this dinner is an extension of the dinner held by Ms. Marian Cocke in Memphis with 100% of the proceeds going to the *Moody Blues Charitable Foundation for Itawamba High School Needy Students. Events for the evening include a meet and greet, dinner, an auction and live entertainment. Tickets for this event are $35.00 per person, and attire for the evening will be “dressy casual”.
The following people will speak/perform at the event:
- Chelsea Rick, Miss Mississippi (sing)
- Ms. Marian Cocke (speak – reflections on Elvis)
- Mr. Macky Hargett (speak – the roots of Elvis)
- Jack Curtis, ETA from Tupelo (sing)
- Steve Gillis, ETA from Orlando (sing)
For more information, please contact Lori at 662-862-3104.
*Moody Blues Charitable Foundation for Itawamba Agricultural High School to assist needy students with financial burdens such as costs to attend academic competitions, purchase eyeglasses, coats, shoes, etc.