Pinjarra Murray Times - - REVUE ENTERTAINMENT -

THIS year marks 40 years since Elvis Pres­ley died at 42.

Fresh from a na­tional tour and a fi­nal­ist at the Ul­ti­mate Elvis Fes­ti­val Trib­ute Artist com­pe­ti­tion, Elvis trib­ute artist Mark An­thony (pic­tured right), is back in Aus­tralia with Elvis - One Night in Ve­gas. The year was 1969. Af­ter nine years in Hol­ly­wood, Elvis re­turned to his real pas­sion: live per­for­mance.

His fans were wait­ing and over the next two years, he as­cended the throne as the King of Las Ve­gas.

Mark An­thony, one of the most dy­namic Elvis trib­ute artists in the world to­day, brings the unique pe­riod to life – the cos­tumes, the emo­tion, the en­ergy and the raw power – in a two-hour con­cert spec­tac­u­lar.

The show takes au­di­ences to a time when he ruled the world and dom­i­nated the records charts. An­thony is one of the few trib­ute artists per­son­ally en­dorsed by the Elvis Pres­ley Estate.

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