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Celebrate Mom by seeing her favorite Tribute to Elvis, done like no other You will love this show!
California’s Best Elvis Impersonators featuring Travis Allen, Rob Ely, James “King” Kruk & The Big Boss Men Band. This show is the three Elvis Impersonators above performing solo sets as well as some songs together. At the end of the show the artists will be available for a meet and greet and photo ops with the fans.
Free Elvis Christmas show for all the 60 plus members at Pala Casino.
Come see the most exciting and Rock and Roll friendly Elvis Tribute in America! at The Alpine Village!
Sounds Like: ELVIS PRESLEY
Bio: James Kruk and his band The "Big Boss Men" have created one of the most unique and entertaining Elvis Tributes in the world. James first played Elvis for Comedian Steve Martin for the Broadway tour of "Picasso at The Lapin Agile" so you know it has to be wild and crazy. Kruk has an amazing "Elvi...See Full Bio
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“Musically, Kruk has transcended mere impersonation. The current word used for bands that perform at this level is “tribute,” and it’s apt in this case – because what Kruk delivers isn’t karaoke, but a chance for audiences to capture a live glimpse of the musicality and stage presence that made Elvis the King. Kruk, who headlines Saint Rocke’s celebration of Elvis’s birthday on Friday night, has since become one of the premiere Elvis’s in Southern California. His gigs vary wildly – from corporate functions alone with his jumpsuit and sound machine to full-on theater gigs with his full band – and one in particular gave him an unofficial benediction of a sort from the Elvis world: he played a housewarming party thrown at Elvis’s former mansion in Beverly Hills, which a millionaire Elvis fan had recently bought. Among the guests was Elvis’s former girlfriend, Linda Thompson, who sat and chatted with Kruk before and after he sang. ”