The Tribute to the Legends is a new show featuring Adam T. Elvis and the Good Rockin’ Tonite Band along with other Tribute artists such as Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline, Buddy Holly and More. The Tribute To The Legends has been selling out concert halls for the last 2 years all around Manitoba and are now on the brink of spanning their show into Saskatchewan, and Ontario. Watch for this incredible show coming to a town near you.
In this 3 hour Tribute Show, you will get to relive and hear all the great stories behind the songs, all your favorite #1 hits and songs you may not have known these great artists even did. You’ll laugh as you hear some of the jokes the tribute artists throw in, you’ll cry when you hear one of the songs that touched you growing up and you will clap along to all your favorite songs.
The night kicks off with Johnny Cash singing all his famous Prison Songs and Love songs. From Folsom Prison Blues, Give My Love to Rose, Ring Of Fire and More, you’ll be clapping along with the Man In Blacks’ famous Chick-a-boom sound that changed the sound of music forever.
The second set goes to Country/Pop Music First Female Crossover artist. Wearing Patsy’s famous Cowgirl outfits, Our Patsy Cline Tribute Artist Laurie Sutherland belts out Patsy’s timeless hits, ‘Walkin’ After Midnight, Crazy, Seven Lonely Days, A Closer Walk With Thee, and I Fall To Pieces and many more with such accuracy you’d figure Patsy never left us in 1964.
The Show closes with Adam T. Elvis performing a split set doing a set of 1950’s Elvis and then changing over to the 1970’s Vegas concert. Belting out hit after hit, Adam leaves it all on the stage and performing all your favorite Rock N Roll, Coutry, Gospel and Ballads. Hound Dog to Heartbreak Hotel, Burning Love to Suspicious Minds, Adam sings ‘em all. As Adam performs you’ll be sitting back and reliving all your favorite Elvis memories, movies and TV appearances and having a great time doing so.
After Adam T. is finished, he invites all the other performers to join him on the “ Grand Ole Opry” stage as all these performers had once performed on the great stage in Nashville, TN at one time in their careers. Finishing off the night with a couple of the most memorable Gospel songs ever written, you’ll be clapping along with everybody during this upbeat performance.