The King tribute to the beginning of Elvis’ career plays at the Tidemark Theatre tomorrow night.

Relive the moments of Elvis’ Memphis Flash days

“The King” will take you back to the beginning of Elvis’ career in the 1950’s and the spark of the rock ’n’ roll revolution.

Relive the  moments of the Memphis Flash with hits like Hound Dog, Don’t Be Cruel, Love Me Tender and All Shook Up. Then travel into the 60’s with the hits It’s Now or Never and Viva Las Vegas to Elvis’ astonishing climatic concerts of the 1970’s with hit songs and performances of Burning Love, My Way, American Trilogy and Suspicious Minds. Donny Edwards performance is so authentic you’ll feel as if you’re watching the King himself. With Edwards’ looks, moves and voice backed by the fabulous Cadillac Kings band it’s a performance not to be missed.

Donny Edwards is an Internationally known, multi award winning veteran entertainer, performing his tribute to The King of Rock n Roll to sold out audiences, worldwide. He is a Las Vegas casino headliner act and is the only Tribute Artist ever to perform on the estate grounds of Graceland, Elvis’ home in Memphis Tennessee. At that show, he was also made an honorary Tennessean by the Governor of Tennessee.

Edwards has performed for celebrities such as Marie Osmond, Dale Earnhardt Jr and Tony Stewart to name a few. He has also portrayed The King in commercials world wide and TV shows such as The Young and the Restless and several documentaries about Elvis Presley.

The King will perform at the Tidemark Theatre tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 plus service charges. Tickets are available at tidemarktheatre.com.

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