ALOHA Featuring Steve Michaels
Born to play Elvis Presley from the Golden to the Vegas years, International award winning tribute artist Steve Michaels executes a dynamic portrayal of authenticity that makes him one of the most highly praised and sought after Elvis stylists in the country. Straight from his extended run at the Mirvish Theatres in Toronto, starring in last Summer’s Blockbuster “Return to Grace”, Stephen’s list of credits and achievements are impressive but more impressive is the passion he brings to the stage.
With amazing accuracy, Steve delivers an astonishing high-energy stage performance mastering the look, sound, vocal dexterity, and mannerisms of the King of Rock & Roll. His styling, musicianship and ability allow Steve to successfully capture an authentic portrayal of Elvis Presley’s entire career from the early Sun Studio recordings, through the army, movie, ’68 Comeback, and to the explosive concert years.
Recognized for his talents, Steve was honored to entertain guests from Elvis Presley’s musical past at the Eleventh Annual Elvis Presley Memorial Dinner and was a featured guest at Elvis Presley Enterprises “Memories of Elvis” review in Memphis, Tennessee presented by Elvis International Forum the Magazine. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Elvis’ passing, Stephen returned to Memphis as a featured performer for the 2007 production “The Spirit of the King” concert.
Featured in theatres, and television shows around the World , Steve has directed, co-produced, and produced his own sold-out concert productions to over whelming success. Always striving to be “The Very Best” Steve’s company, TVB Productions, has recently completed the multi camera high definition filming of “Live and the Rose” an incredible live performance capturing the essence of Stephen and his extraordinary 14 member ensemble in concert.
Friday, November 27, 2015
On sale to the general public on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Centre Section Rows A-H: $48.00
Side Sections Rows A-D: $48.00
All Other Areas: $43.00
Additional $1.13 per ticket when purchased online.