untitledThe King has been gone for almost 40 years and for those who loved to hear that rockabilly sound that was up-tempo, backbeat-driven fusion of country music and rhythm and blues can attest no one has filled his shoes.

What better place to go close your eyes and drift back in time and hear that deep, smooth voice of Elvis than the Paramount Center for the Arts? Open your eyes and he is there, on-stage singing with the Blackwood Quartet. The man standing before you could be a re-incarnation of the man himself. If you are a true Elvis fan, this would be the stuff fantasies are made of. On Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 7:30 PM you can see and hear the closest thing to Elvis Presley since his death in 1977. On September 25 tickets will go on sale at the Paramount Center and Viking Hall Box Offices.

shawn3Shawn Klush was named by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. as the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist. He has performed in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Myrtle Beach in this phenomenal show. The show includes background singers, the Blackwood Quartet and a complete set of musicians. It truly will be a show to remember and it is in Bristol for only one night.

Come out and enjoy just one more evening with the King of Rock and Roll! To get your tickets for this extraordinary event go by or call the Paramount Box Office at 423-274-8920 , the Viking Hall Box Office at 423-764-0188 or go on line to E-Tix.com.

A-Shawn-Klush-stretch2For more information on the event contact Darlene Cole, Venue Manager in the Department of Community Relations at 423-764-4171 or email dcole@bristoltn.org

I don’t know about everyone else in Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and Western North Carolina – but as for me, I plan to be in the audience at the Paramount in Bristol, Tenn., on Saturday, Nov. 2. This is going to be one great show.

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The King has been gone for almost 40 years and for those who loved to hear that rockabilly sound that was up-tempo, backbeat-driven fusion of country music and rhythm and blues can attest no one has filled his shoes. What better place to go close your eyes and...