The day the music died – August 16, 1977 The King lives on with acclaimed female Elvis impersonator Patty Elvis. As the whole nation once again gets into an Elvis frenzy (RCA Records recently released a new CD that entered in the charts at #1 and a new theatrical show that is based on the King’s music), get your Elvis fix at Davenport’s by Patty Elvis who has been hailed by BarFly Magazine as “one of the best Elvis impersonators.”
The Patty Elvis Band is a unique and entertaining show. Inspired by comedian Andy Kaufman, Patty started impersonating Elvis fifteen years ago. just to entertain friends. With her gyrating hips, curling of her lip, a jump suit, and an electric three-piece band, she turned it into a professional career. The audiences are captivated by her sound-alike Elvis voice, stage presence and quick wit.
Like Elvis, Patty is a multimedia personality, and has been featured on Chicagoland TV, newspapers, and radio including Mancow, WTTW the Cheap Show, CLTV News, Fox 32 News, WGN - TV and the back cover of the Chicago Tribune Magazine.
For more information, visit their website: http://www.myspace.com/pattyelvis
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