|25th September 2020|
Beacon Arts Centre
Beacon Arts Centre Custom House Quay, Greenock PA15 1HJ
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Come and see world renowned Elvis Presley tribute artist Johnny Lee Memphis. His action packed show involves the musical talents of the JLM band, and the Memphis Belles who, when they come together, produce this explosive and dynamic interpretation of Elvis live in concert - the Absolute Elvis show.
Elvis was Johnny’s very first inspiration. As a small boy Johnny would passionately watch all of Elvis’s movies and listen to his songs. Through the motivation and love of Elvis his aunt Helen started Johnny Singing along and dancing the moves. All for family entertainment at the tender age of only 3. Johnny’s home grown musical talent has since taken him far and wide.
Paying homage to the king since 2004, he is absolutely one of the best Elvis Tribute Artists in the business. His craft has led him to work in countries such as Canada, China, Australia, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Germany, and of course the Mecca for all Elvis Tribute Artists as he has performed directly across from Graceland in Memphis Tennessee USA.
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