California’s rockinest and rollinest Elvis Tribute Band!!
SATURDAY MAY 30 2015:
12 DOORS OPEN
1:15 FIRST SHOW – Earlier Elvis
3 Raffle Prize/Door Prize Winners Announced
3:45 SECOND SHOW – Later Elvis
Dear friends, come out and visit us. We have Lovely Single Ladies, Debonair Dateable Gentlemen, Dancing, Raffles, Door Prizes, Photobooth, Bar, Shirts, Free Jewelry, Easy Parking, Convenient Afternoon Schedule – we have it all !!! Perfect for kids from 8 to 98. Don’t miss out – only once a year. In the spacious and air-conditioned Grand Ballroom of the plush Sheraton Sonoma County, bring your family out, see old friends and make new ones! Come early and stay late ! First 50 attendees get an awesome free Elvis-style ring. $5 for an Elvis-style Shirt, one per customer $5 per Elvis-style ring, one per customer Direct all inquiries to: Charles Likas, email@example.com, 415-990-9039 OUTFIT CONTEST: Two Prizes to be Awarded: for the Best Elvis-Themed Outfit by a Lady and by a Gentleman. Hope to see you there! Charles Likas
Check out these awesome pics from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat from our Saturday March 29 event :
1:00 ELVIS Artist Rob Ely 50s Era
2:10 ELVIS Author Sue McCasland: Elvis in Tahoe
3:20 Musician Ian Fraser-Thomson
4:45 ELVIS Artist Michael Bartle 70s Era
SENIORS: can mail checks to Charles Likas, 6 Beach Rd, Tiburon, CA 94920, $20 ea for Senior Ticket and/or Phone: 415-990-9039
FANTASTIC RAFFLE PRIZES FROM: NAPA TRANCAS STEAKHOUSE, CATTLEMEN’S STEAKHOUSE, NAPA WINE TRAIN, SONOMA SHERATON, WILD GOAT BISTRO, RED HEN CANTINA, DEMPSEY’S RESTAURANT, NAPA LINCOLN THEATER, TOPSY’S KITCHEN, BOVINE BAKERY, RIVER POINTE CABINS, FINESSE HAIR SALON, PETALUMA PIE CO, SPATINI SALON, SUGO TRATTORIA, SOFT SHELL SPA, GIFT BASKET, EVEREST INDIAN RESTAURANT, NAPA COMPADRES GRILLE, AND MORE !!!! 100 % of all raffle proceeds go to Operation With Love From Home to support our men and women who are supporting freedom overseas!!! Masters of Ceremony; Elvis gal-pal Betty Grant, Charlotte “Miss Beadle” Stewart and producer Charles Likas. 415-990-9039 Charles@West-Coast-Elvis-Tribute.com or Betty Grant 707-252-3532 With special awesome thanks to Betty Grant. Come out and meet and buy awesome jewelry from Elvis jeweler Artie Dadyan! Come meet Elvis Artist Shawn Hughes! Indoors in the Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton Petaluma. FOR SALE: Awesome Elvis Jumpsuit T-shirts for only $13 !!! DOOR PRIZES!! Come out and make new friends. All vocals performed completely live. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see Elvis standing in the lobby! With awesome thanks to : Lucille Miller, Angie Bridges, Glenda Erwin, Stephanie Hamlin, Greg Kunin, Dave Likas, Jerry, Peggy and Joan Larghi, and you all – the fans of the Man !
Have your picture taken with Miss Beadle from Little House on the Prairie, the ETAs, dancer Betty Grant, or standing next to Elvis [standup ]
Lots and lots of Rock ‘n roll fun: rings and shirts on sale for low, low tribute prices. New friends and fun galore!
Elvis was a symbol of the vitality, rebelliousness and good humor of America. President Jimmy Carter
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Did you know…?
- “Can’t Help Falling in Love” is set to the melody “Plaisir D’Amour,” an 18th century French love song.
- “Love Me Tender” is adapted from the tune of “Aura Lee” (or “Aura Lea”), a sentimental American Civil War ballad; it was published in 1861, and was also sung at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
- “It’s Now or Never” is adapted from the Italian standard, “‘O Sole Mio”, but the inspiration for it came from the song, “There’s No Tomorrow”, recorded by American singer, Tony Martin, in 1949
- “Wooden Heart”, created by Fred Wise, Ben Weisman, Kay Twomey and German bandleader Bert Kaempfert, was based on a German folk song by Friedrich Silcher, “Muss i’ denn zum Städtele hinaus”, originating from the Rems Valley in Württemberg, Southwest Germany. “Wooden Heart” features several lines from the original folk song, written in the German Swabian dialect, spoken in Württemberg.
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