Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis in Concert with Special Guest Star DJ Fontana, Elvis’ Original Drummer

Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis in Concert

Chris MacDonald's Memories of Elvis in Concert

“Only tribute artist hired by Elvis Presley Enterprises to perform at Graceland’s Heartbreak Hotel”

Back by popular demand ! Did you miss last year’s sold out concert? Don’t miss this year’s bigger show with his 12 piece production band complete with a horn section, back up singers and dancers and special guest star D.J Fontana “The Beat Behind The King”

35 years ago, we lost one of the greatest entertainers and pop culture icons of our time. Are you still lonesome for the energy, charisma and the incredible voice of the King of Rock-N-Roll? Then come celebrate the life and music of Elvis Presley, when Elvis Tribute Entertainer Chris MacDonald presents his tribute, Memories of Elvis in Concert.

An accomplished and experienced entertainer, Chris has performed in the famous Legends in Concert stage productions in Branson and at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.He has appeared with Elvis’ own original back up group, the Jordanaires and D.J Fontana. His full production show has consistently sold out venues throughout the U. S, including: Las Vegas, Branson, New York, Orlando and Miami.

Chris’ show is not an overdone impersonation. It is a natural, heartfelt tribute to an All-American Legend.

With this national touring production, the show will include costume changes and performances representing some of the favorite Elvis hits of the 1950’s, the Movies, the 1968 Comeback and the 1970’s White Fringe Vegas Concerts. Adding to the historical perspective of the show, Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame member D.J Fontana, “The Beat Behind The King” will be performing with Chris and his band. D.J. played drums for Elvis on all of his early hits and television performances including the Steve Allen Show, Ed Sullivan show and Milton Berle Show including the infamous performance of Hound Dog. The performance was labeled as too suggestive by the sensors. Ed Sullivan suggested Elvis’s next television performance on his show be filmed only from the waist up forever establishing Elvis’ place in pop culture and music history.Come see and hear the drummer that played on those legendary hits that got them all shook up including Jailhouse Rock,Hound Dog and Don’t be Cruel.

Join us for this very special tribute to the King of Rock-n-Roll.