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Elvis: "Bringing It Back"

Schell Shock Entertainment in collaboration with TCB Rock and Roll Legends proudly presents international multi-award winning and highly acclaimed Elvis Tribute Artist Adam Fitzpatrick in his "Bringing It Back" BC 4 city tour, recreating Elvis Presley's legendary Las Vegas years of the 1970s. After an extraordinary reception to Adam's inaugural "Bringing It Back" Western Canadian 4-province tour in Jan/Feb of this year, he is set to thrill audiences once again with his remarkable authenticity, charismatic stage presence and powerful vocals. In 2013, Fitzpatrick was First Runner-Up Champion in the World's Best Ultimate Elvis Contest held in Memphis, Tennessee last August. He has been the Grand Champion of two of the biggest Elvis Contests in the world held at San Diego, California in 2012 and Penticton, B.C. in 2013. His immensely popular "Elvis Evolution" show plays to SOLD OUT audiences everywhere and with two best selling Elvis Tribute CDs and a country CD soon hot off the press, Adam is establishing a reputation for excellence and versatility in the entertainment world. 

Joining Adam on the "Bringing It Back" BC tour will be his band "The Cadillac Kings" which includes the notable Mike Schell with his "Uptown Hornz" who are the sanctioned Elvis Presley Enterprises horn section and tour with some of the biggest names in the music industry. Special music guest Joe Kelso with his impressive vocals as Roy Orbison will be joined by a new addition to the tour, "Diamond Jones" with his Vegas tribute to Tom Jones and Neil Diamond. Adam's first show of the tour will be in his hometown of Penticton on June 16th, Kamloops on June 17th, Salmon Arm on June 18th and Vernon on June 19th.

Check out Adam's website for so many more details by clicking here.
 

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