Celebrating 15 years on the road, the outstanding musical production, ‘The Elvis Years’, brings the compelling story of the ‘King of Rock n Roll’ back to the stage in 2022 for its biggest production yet.
The show, which features original lead of the West End production of ‘Jailhouse Rock’, Mario Kombou, and his incredible band, is led by the award-winning, legendary producer and musical director David Mackay.
It’s a winning combination for Elvis fans, a true concert production featuring authentic costumes and rare nostalgic film footage which takes audiences on Elvis’s journey, from humble beginnings in Tupelo, Mississippi, to global superstar, from the death of his the death of his beloved mother, through his time in the army and ‘Hollywood’ movie years, to the Las Vegas concerts.
‘The Elvis Years’ features more than 50 of the King’s greatest hits including ‘Hound Dog’, ‘It’s Now or Never’, ‘Suspicious Minds’ ‘American Trilogy’ and many more, as well as lesser known tracks such as ‘Rock A Hula Baby’ and ‘Bossa Nova Baby’.
Actor and singer Mario Kombou has been performing as Elvis for more than 20 years and has received many accolades for his portrayal.
He said: “There is something about Elvis and his music that speaks to people. He was the King.
"His music is too special to let fade into history, and seeing the audience light up night after night is such an incredible experience.
"There is a reason this show sells out in some of the best venues in the country, and that is because the King of Rock n’ Roll is as important now as he ever was.”
Experience the incredible story of the King of Rock n’ Roll, from the young truck driver, to the world-wide phenomenon. For fans of Elvis and his music, there is no better tribute to the King.
‘The Elvis Years’ is coming to The Webster Memorial Theatre on January 14, but further tour dates, tickets and more information are available on the show’s official website at: www.theelvisyears.com.