The Elvis Presley Tribute Show
THE ELVIS PRESLEY TRIBUTE SHOW
Now that the capacity restrictions have been lifted, we can finally fill all the seats in our beautiful Silbersaal again. And 100% rock’n’roll it is on 21 May, when The Elvis Presley Tribute Show can finally be experienced there again. This time as part of the “Elvis in Munich Days”.
DIE FRÜHEN HITS
The programme of this concert will once again mainly feature the King’s early hits of the 50s and early 60s such as “Heartbreak Hotel”, “Hound Dog”, “Jailhouse Rock” and “Don’t Be Cruel”. With the Englishman Mark Summers, the well-known Munich musician and bandleader Chris Aron once again brings an artist on stage as front man, who has already won several Elvis tribute contests with his looks and incomparable voice. Summers also maintains a close acquaintance with Priscilla Presley.
A SHOW AS IT WAS BACK THEN
Within just two years, from 1954 to 1956, Elvis had fundamentally changed the music world and laid the foundation for a unique career. The sales figures of the records, the fashion in connection with the music, merchandising – all this had not existed before. And just how big he would later become was not even imagined at the time. In 1956 Elvis was on tour with his own show – a mixture of concert and revue.
The Elvis Presley Tribute Show is structured exactly like those evenings. With one exception: back then, the King himself was on stage for a maximum of 30 minutes per evening, the rest of the time was taken up by support acts, show interludes and a host. At the tribute show, Mark “Elvis” Summers and his backing band will play for twice as long, 60 minutes.
ELVIS IN MUNICH DAYS
As with the original shows in the 50s, a presenter who guides the audience through the show and other acts who provide a first-class supporting programme are not to be missed. Chris Aron and The Croakers, for example, will not only be Mark Summers’ backing band, but will also open the show as a support act together with The Cento Sisters and Jacky Cleever, among others. After so many sold-out shows in the Silbersaal, and a terrific evening in the main hall of the Deutsches Theater, the ensemble of the Elvis Presley Show would like to thank its guests with a “new” programme. There will be some new songs and a few small “specials” in the programme. After all, this time The Elvis Presley Tribute Show will take place as part of the “Elvis in Munich Days”. More information can be found on the internet at www.elvispresley-show.de