On January 8, 1935, in the small town of Tupelo, Mississippi, Elvis Aaron Presley was born. Moving to Memphis, Tennessee, when he was 13 years old. Little did the world know that this man would soon change the music world forever. Elvis Presley recorded his first songs at the Sun Recording Studios, in Memphis with Sam Philips in 1954.
From that moment on the music industry changed, and Rock & Roll was born. Many called him “The King” and he remains “The King” even after his untimely death on August 16, 1977.
During his career, Elvis recorded over 665 songs, 33 movies, and countless live performances throughout the world.
While Elvis was still alive, there were many “Elvis” impersonators performing all over the world, but after his death the number of impersonators grew & grew. Everyone bought a jumpsuit and thought they were Elvis, shows popped up all over even in Las Vegas, everyone was trying to keep his music alive, seemed like everywhere you went you saw Elvis……….
NOW! What if Elvis was still alive! What would he sound like? What would he look like? What songs that were sung by other artist after his death would he have sung? These are questions that NOW! Will be answered… We present:
The Songbird Entertainment Group & Buck London Productions
“ELVIS, TODAY”, is a one of a kind musical production, bringing back the music of “The King” but with a twist! ELVIS, if he was alive today!
“ELVIS, TODAY” is a complete music concert, featuring songs from the past, and new songs the way Elvis would have done them today.
“ELVIS, TODAY” stars Michael Steven John, playing the part of Elvis. He had the pleasure of meeting Elvis in 1972. After Elvis died, he continued doing shows all over the United States as Elvis. It was his idea to now do a show that would make the world wonder, “WHAT IF ELVIS WAS STILL ALIVE?” What would he sound like, or look like, what other songs would he have sung?
Michael Steven John sounds just like Elvis, and looks just like the King would if he was still alive today.
This 2-hour show will highlight some of Elvis's older and most popular songs, along with more songs made famous by other artist after his death, and some new songs never heard before. The show will feature a 11, piece back up band, and singers, led by one of the top musical directors in the industry, Teddy Tedesco, along with video screens of Elvis. The show will have an opening act, either a comedian, or single artist, and a few costume changes,
Michael Steven John will be wearing custom tuxedos, not jumpsuits, to bring out the feeling of an older Elvis, sort of like Tom Jones, or Tony Bennett.
This type of show has never been done before and will draw thousands of people, old & young.
“ELVIS, TODAY”BOOK IT NOW!