Almost Elton John -- Remember When Rock Was Young
Craig A. Meyer Is Almost Elton John
If you've ever seen Elton John perform live, it's probably on your shortlist of best entertainment moments. He's flamboyant, he's talented, and he puts on one heck of an energetic show. Chances are good that if someone took you to Almost Elton John
without telling you the truth, you'd think you were back at the real thing -- and wonder when the international superstar started playing at smaller venues. Almost Elton
stars multitalented singer and pianist Craig A. Meyer, who's toured internationally and recorded with music legends like Barry Manilow and Frankie Valli, and headlined on Princess cruise ships around the world. Meyer's striking resemblance to and uncanny ability to sound like the legendary artist led him to begin impersonating Sir Elton John, and today he's known as one of the best Elton John tribute acts in the industry. See Sir Elton ... er, we mean Meyer ... live on stage when he comes to El Campanil.
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The last date listed for Almost Elton John -- Remember When Rock Was Young was Saturday March 15, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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“Craig A. Meyer is one of the most talented people I have ever worked with. He can do anything!” —Barry Manilow
About the Ticket Supplier: El Campanil Theatre
The El Campanil Theatre was built in 1928 as a vaudeville theatre. It was purchased in 2003 by a non profit 501(c)3 organization to restore it to it's earlier granduer. It re-opened in July 2004 as a multi use (classic film, live theatre, concert etc) venue. The theatre serves Eastern Contra Costa County - but also draws from the SF Bay Area with such headliners as Debbie Reynolds, Kingston Trio, Randy Newman, as well as regional performances by Diablo Light Opera, Diablo Symphony and Company C Ballet.