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The Augusta Chronicle: "ELVIS LIVES Reminds of King's 1956 Concerts at Bell Auditorium"

March 27, 2013



ELVIS LIVES: "The Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Event" continues to capture the imaginations and interests of fans of all types with an unforgettable multi-media and live musical journey across Elvis' life. In a new article on The Augusta Chronicle, writer Don Rhodes looks at the upcoming performance tonight at the Augusta's Bell Auditorium - the same venue where Elvis performed in 1956.

Elvis performed twice at the Augusta's Bell Auditorium - once on March 20, 1956 and again on June 27, 1956. In a matter of months, Elvis had catapulted into the national spotlight. Rhodes talks with local residents who crossed Elvis' path while performing in Augusta, including country superstar Brenda Lee who met Elvis while performing at the Bell Auditorium. He also speaks with several of Elvis' opening acts, including Hal Willis and Ginny Wright Josey.

Come out and enjoy the smash-hit musical "ELVIS LIVES:The Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Event" in a place where rock 'n' roll history was made. This is an unforgettable multimedia and live musical journey of Elvis' life, featuring finalists from Elvis Presley Enterprises' annual worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, each representing Elvis during different stages in his career.

Read more about Elvis' performances at Augusta's Bell Auditorium by visiting Chronicle.Augusta.com. Also, don't miss your chance to see ELVIS LIVES! Purchase your tickets for tonight's show by clicking here. See the complete schedule by clicking here and to purchase tickets directly from individual theaters, please visit ELVISLIVEStour.com or contact your local authorized box office or official ticketing agency.