Salt Lake City Garth Brooks Tribute Acts
Browse and compare 5 professional Salt Lake City Garth Brooks Tribute Acts and Garth Brooks Tribute Acts who will travel to Salt Lake City to perform at your event.
Munford, AL (1504 miles from Salt Lake City, UT)
- Pay Range:
$250 - $2500 per event
- Member Since:
Elvis Impersonator / Garth Brooks Tribute Act
Known as the "Alabama Elvis" & does Other Artists Impersonators as well: (A True Professional)
He is also an Author, Corp. Speaker & Stand-Up Comedian, as well as an Actor. D Wayne has performed on cruise ships, national and international stages, as well as at The Rock-n-Roll Cafe' across the street from Graceland in Memphis. He will customize an event to fulfill your needs that will please ...
Gigmasters "Rising Star" award winner for 2010! Qualified for America's Got Talent 2009! National singer/impressionist Kevin Adams has a unique one-man show that can be used as a variety show, a comedy show, a musical tribute show, or all rolled into one. He is one of the nation's best singer/impressionists, and right now still being an unknown, books nationwide providing talent buyers the bes...
Rick Ricketts as Elvis has mastered the illusion of looking like "The Real Elvis Presley" and wants to bring his performance to your Wedding, Party or Venue..... Recently kRick is now filming for the TV Commerical for Liu Jo in Miami Fla Dec 14 and also Elvis as Rick Ricketts has performed to produce "The Holiday TV Special"..2013 which will be aired nationwide in Japan in mid December of this...
Man of over one hundred voices stars in, "An Evening With The Legends" Robert performs full costume, audience interactive, comedic impersonations of over Twenty Five Legends of the entertainment industry. Robert has been performing for over twenty years around the world, a must see performance! A standing ovation act! A must see act for anyone that loves the Legendary performers of the past an...
After several years of performing Top 40 covers in the NJ nightclub circuit, The Mahoney Brothers (then consisting of brothers Tim and Brian, along with two other childhood friends) began what would turn out to be a long unexpected career as “tribute artists” from a simple request of a NJ club owner in 1977...
The Mahoney Brothers (donned in Meet The Beatles style black turtlenecks) realize...