ROADSHOW TO VISIT:
BLACKPOOL – 6/11 at Coral Island (3pm – 6pm)
BIRMINGHAM – 7/11 at Rotunda Square (5pm – 8pm)
LONDON – 8/11 at Westfield White City (4pm – 7pm)
CARDIFF – 9/11 at Queen St/ Churchill Way (1pm – 4pm)
It’s Now or Never as Elvis fans across the country get the chance to belt out their favourite song by The King in a one-off special Karaoke Roadshow, launched to celebrate the release of the definitive Elvis Presley collection, The Nation’s Favourite Elvis Songs. The album is released via Sony Music on 4 November and available on CD, deluxe double CD and download.
The first of its kind, The Nation’s Favourite Elvis Songs Roadshow Karaoke! will take to the road in Blackpool on Wednesday 6 November, before visiting Birmingham, London and finishing in Cardiff on Saturday 9 November. Featuring 20 songs taken from the album, Elvis fans have the chance to show the UK what they‘ve got by singing ‘Suspicious Minds’, ‘Love Me Tender’, ‘In The Ghetto’, ‘The Wonder Of You’, Jailhouse Rock’ and many more. But will they get crowds ‘All Shook Up’ or end up in the ‘Heartbreak Hotel’?
Fans also have the opportunity to enter an amazing competition to win a trip for two to Graceland in Memphis, home of The King. Full details will be at facebook.com/FavouriteElvisSongs from 4th November.
Elvis Presley forever changed the world both musically and culturally and is one of the single most important figures in 20th century popular music. He holds the record for Most Hit Singles on The US Chart, Most Top 10 Albums On The UK Chart and still holds the record for the Most No. 1 Singles in the UK with 21 hits. His legacy and unforgettable style continues to shine and influence generations.
The Nation’s Favourite Elvis Songs – a 20 track collection - features some of the biggest hits and finest songs ever recorded and performed by the king of Rock ‘n’ Roll. The album is released to coincide with ITV1’s The Nation’s Favourite Elvis Song, a countdown of 20 of The King’s best tracks as voted for by the public. The show airs on Friday 8 November at 9pm.