A Tribute to Elvis Tickets
The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley was one of the biggest stars on this planet. He has been inducted into several music hall of fames and he enthralled the world not only through his rockabilly anthems but also through his acting skills. Now to honor the memory of one of the best if not the best entertainers that ever lived, Donny Edwards is going to pay his tribute to the legend at the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre. If you want to experience the show live then grab A Tribute to Elvis tickets now.
If you ever wanted to attend an Elvis Presley concert then look no further. The multi-award winning international artist, Donny Edwards is going to play a tribute show in New Braunfels where he will perform some of Elvis’ greatest hits including, Blue Suede Shoes, Return to Sender, Viva Las Vegas and Burning Love. So, if you want to be a part of the spectacle then this is your chance to do just that. Simply, book A Tribute to Elvis tickets and enjoy the event with your family and friends.
Elvis Presley: An Icon
Born in 1935, Elvis Presley was among the most influential rock and roll artists in history. He has sold more than six hundred million albums worldwide and won multiple accolades including, three Grammy Awards. Elvis also has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Starting his career in the mid 50s, Elvis became a huge star in the United States in his early years. His first three albums ‘Elvis Presley,’ ‘Elvis’ and ‘Elvis’ Christmas Album’ debuted at the first spot on the Billboard 200 and all of them went on to sell millions of copies in the United States. At the same time, he was pursuing his career as an actor and starred in Hollywood films like, ‘Love Me Tender,’ ‘Loving You,’ ‘Jailhouse Rock,’ ‘King Creole’ and ‘G.I. Blues.’
The Mississippi native released a total of seven more studio albums through the 1960s including, ‘Something for Everybody’ which recorded gold level sales in the U.S. In addition, it became his fourth studio effort to top the charts in the country. In the same decade, Elvis went on to work in major flicks like, ‘Wild in the Country,’ ‘Follow That Dream,’ ‘Fun in Acapulco,’ ‘Frankie and Johnny’ and ‘Speedway.’ Thanks to these films and his hit music, he became a global phenomenon.
Taking over the world
In the 1970s, Elvis Presley continued to lead the entertainment industry. He experimented with his sound and included elements of country music which led to him producing albums like, ‘Elvis Country (I’m 10,000 Years Old),’ ‘Love Letters from Elvis’ and ‘Elvis Now’ all of which became major hits. Eight more studio efforts were released by this NME Award winning megastar including his last, ‘Moody Blue’ which hit the markets in 1977. It climbed to the third spot on the Billboard 200 and went double platinum in the U.S and Canada. This was Elvis’s last album before he died on August 16, 1977.
During his iconic career, Elvis also recorded many soundtrack albums including, ‘G.I. Blues,’ ‘Frankie and Johnny’ and ‘Elvis’ all of which were awarded platinum certifications by the RIAA. He also spawned six live and five compilation albums. Plus, he is also credited for twenty nine extended plays.
A Tribute to Elvis
It has been over two decades since The King passed away but his music is still enjoyed to this day. Donny Edwards is trying to keep Elvis’ legacy alive and is seen playing tribute shows around the world to honor the memory of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. He became hooked to Elvis’ music at an early age which led to him starting a very special show, “A Tribute to Elvis.” Donny has taken this event to many countries and has received praise from the critics. Century Casino commended his performance and stated, ‘The closest you will ever get to The King himself.’
Donny’s tribute shows have led him to work with many famous stars who have worked with Elvis Presley himself. Some of those stars include, DJ Fontana, Bob Moore, Charlie Hodge, Sonny West, Charles Stone and Ed Bonja. Plus, Edwards has also featured in many television shows including, ‘Monday Night Football,’ ‘Viva La Bam,’ ‘The Next Big Thing’ and ‘The Young and The Restless.’
He is now scheduled to play a concert at the Brauntex Performing Arts Center. Expect him to entertain you with a spellbinding performance where he will re-enact each era of Elvis’s life and career. So, get your hands on A Tribute to Elvis tickets and become a part of the show live.
A Tribute to Elvis Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for A Tribute to Elvis tickets is $221. The date and location for this event is 17-Dec-17 at The Casbah - CA, San Diego. The minimum get-in price for A Tribute to Elvis tickets is $164.
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|Lorraine Castellanos - A Tribute to Elvis||San Diego||17-Dec-17||$221||$164|
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