Two dynamic performers come together to pay singular homage to the King. Shawn Klush, winner of Graceland's Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist contest, takes on the persona of Presley in his later years, while Cody Slaughter, who portrayed Elvis in the road tour of Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet
, steps into the blue suede shoes of the rock icon's early career. They're backed by a live orchestra, as well as The Sweet Inspirations, the legendary vocal group that backed up Elvis from 1969 to 1977. From the first Sun Records hit, 1954-55's "That's All Right," to "Heartbreak Hotel," "Don't Be Cruel," "Love Me Tender," and the hit movies Jailhouse Rock
and Viva Las Vegas,
Slaughter captures the youthful exuberance of the rock star at its best. Then Klush comes forward with the equally powerful performances of the comeback era from '68 and beyond, which included classic TV specials and hits like "Suspicious Minds" and "Don't Cry Daddy," as well as his famed and flashy Vegas shows.
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