R&M Tribute Entertainment Presents Elvis 83rd Birthday Celebration

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

R&M Tribute Entertainment on  will present Elvis 83rd Birthday Celebration: Rockin’ Thru the Years on Saturday, Jan. 6, at the GEM Theater at 700 Tennessee Ave. in Etowah.  The show will begin at 7:30 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.

There will be three multi award winning Elvis Tribute Artist that will be performing the 50’s, ’68 comeback, gospel and ’70 concert eras. 

Tickets are available at L&N Depot Museum, Etowah Community Center or by calling Missy at 865-684-6082. Tickets will also be available the day of the show at the ticket office.  Reserved seats are $20 and general admission are $15 (12-6 years old $7 and five and under are free).  

Ronnie Miller is from Maryville, Tn.  He is a multi-award winning, professional Elvis Tribute Artist, entertainer, singer, and performer.  Ronnie has won several local and national singing awards. He was inducted into National Elvis Organizations. He is also a Johnny Cash Tribute Artist as well as performs a wide variety of country and gospel entertainment.  Ronnie will be performing Elvis gospel. 

Stewart Chapman is from Stanardsville, Va.  He has been performing as an Elvis Tribute Artist for five years. Stewart won second place in a contest at the Lake George Elvis Festival in 2016.  He most recently appears in on the Virginia Dream television show. Stewart will be performing the ‘50’s & ’68 comeback eras. 

Brandon E is from Athens, Tn.  Brandon grew up surrounded by all of the music Elvis loved so much; blues, country, rock and gospel. Brandon developed a love for Elvis and his music at an early age. He has performed Elvis tributes in many venues all over the Southeast. Brandon has won many awards and accolades in his many years as an Elvis Tribute Artist. He most recently (2017) placed in the Smoky Mountain Elvis contest held in Pigeon Forge, TN.  Brandon will be performing the ‘70’s stage concert era. 

For more information or to purchase tickets contact Missy Miller at (865) 684-6082 or tribute.entertainment@yahoo.com.
 
 



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