Rock fans in for treat as Elvis show rolls into town

ONE of the world's most popular Elvis impersonators will bring The King of Rock 'n' Roll to the Saraton Theatre later this month.

Mark Anthony will perform all of Elvis's No.1 hits during the two-hour concert.

Anthony is set to wow audiences with his rendition of Heartbreak Hotel, Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear, Jailhouse Rock, Stuck On You, It's Now Or Never, Wooden Heart, Surrender, Return To Sender and many, many more.

Anthony, who is rated among the world's top five Elvis Presley tribute artists and is officially sanctioned by Elvis Presley Enterprises USA, recreates the energy and stage presence of Elvis, allowing audiences to experience what it would have been like to seen him live.

With more than 600 million record sales worldwide and three Grammy Awards to his credit, Elvis continues to be hailed as "The King Of Rock 'n' Roll.

Anthony will transport fans to that very time when Elvis ruled the world and dominated the record charts in the 50s, 60s and 70s with his unique raw energy, dynamic voice and sensational stage presence.

Anthony is rated one of the most dynamic Elvis tribute artists in the world today and remains a drawcard at major venues, theatres and casinos around the globe.

His appearance in Grafton gives Clarence Valley rock 'n' roll fans the chance to see one of the world's most respected Elvis tributes.

Elvis Presley loved his worldwide fans and now is the time for all Elvis fans to attend this concert and celebrate with us all and say thank you for the memories and sensational hits by simply saying - "I'll Remember You".


OUT THERE has three double passes (valued at approx. $140 per double pass) to give away to the February 20 concert at Saraton Theatre. To enter fill out the coupon in today's DEX and tell us who will be performing in Elvis's shoes at the Saraton concert. Send your entry to The Daily Examiner by February 17. Another coupon will be published in next week's OUT THERE for another chance to enter.

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