January 6th Elvis Presley

1957 – Elvis Presley made the last of his three appearances on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” He performed “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Love Me Tender,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Peace in the Valley,” “Too Much,” and “When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again.”

2004 – The Elvis Presley DVD and CD “200 Cadillacs” were released.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Back from Bahrain wow what a party that was!! I hope you all have a great 2014 and thanks again for supporting us and it hope to see you all soon xxx talking off support this Friday show is now sold out so thanks again for a great start to the year!

Elvis Tribute had fans Swooning over Outfits

Saturday 4th May, 2013 – Palace Theatre, Newark
By Dawn Bond for the Newark Advertiser

A packed audience at the Palace Theatre, Newark, clapped, sang and danced the night away when Rob Kingsley took to the stage.

Rob starred in A Vision Of Elvis on Saturday night, in a tribute to the real king of rock ‘n’ roll.

He started with a hip-shaking version of That’s All Right Mama, wearing black trousers and a gold sparkling jacket, before launching into Blue Suede Shoes.

Backed by a talented band and two girl singers called The Sweet Sensations, it was almost like being in the audience at the king’s spectacular Las Vegas concerts.

Rob, a former winner of Europe’s largest Elvis Presley competition, had a natural rapport with the audience, getting them to sing along with him.

Some women screamed when he bent down to shake their hands, kiss them and give them a scarf. Some even swooned when he promised then One Night With You.

Rob then donned an Army uniform to perform the upbeat GI Blues, Return To Sender and the powerful ballad, Are You Lonesome Tonight?

He changed again into a black skintight leather suit for the rock ‘n’ roll number, Jailhouse Rock, A Little Less Conversation and Viva Las Vegas, before slipping into a white suit for Tell Me Why, to bring the first half to a close. A highlight was The Sweet Sensations singing Amazing Grace.

In the second half, Rob performed in Elvis’s trademark white catsuit, complete with red gemstones and white decorated cape, and really turned the show into a party.

There were great renditions of Proud Mary, Runaway — a tribute to Del Shannon — The Wonder Of You, Moody Blues, Way Down and Johnny Be Good.

You could almost hear a pin drop when he performed a moving version of American Trilogy.

After receiving a standing ovation he sang Suspicious Minds and Falling In Love With You. He has promised to return with a brass section and I cannot wait — DAB.

 

By Dawn Bond for the Newark Advertiser

December 19, 2013

1957 – At Graceland, Elvis Presley was notified informally of his draft into the U.S. Army. He picked up his draft notice in person the next day.

1962 – Priscilla Beaulieu saw Graceland for the first time.

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Celebrating all the music of Elvis Presley from Sun Studio’s through to ’68 Comeback with the finale being the Concert Years engaging audiences with an uplifting and authentic Elvis experience.

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Fresh from a smash hit European tour, A Vision Of Elvis returns to the UK to bring Elvis fans old and new a night not to be missed. On stage, the award winning, Rob Kingsley has the total package – the look… the sound… the charisma, and together with his spectacular live Band this show leaves the audience in no doubt that they are witnessing a truly authentic Elvis show. If you’re looking for an excuse to party, reminisce or simply be entertained by some of the best music ever, then A Vision Of Elvis is definitely for you!

December 1, 2013

Today in
Elvis Presley History

1956 – Elvis Presley’s single “Any Way You Want Me” hit #27 in the U.S.

1977 – The album “Elvis Country” was certified gold by the RIAA.