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Cast For Elvis 35th Anniversary Concert

February 14, 2012 | Other

We are excited to announce the confirmed cast of the Elvis 35th Anniversary Concert that will be at the FedExForum on August 16, 2012, during Elvis Week. See some of Elvis' finest concert performances projected on a large video screen, accompanied live on stage by a cast of singers and musicians who worked with him, an orchestra, and additional singers and musicians.

The following guests are confirmed to perform in the concert:

  • Joe Guercio
  • TCB Band members James Burton, Ronnie Tutt and Glen Hardin
  • DJ Fontana
  • The Sweet Inspirations – Estelle Brown, Portia Griffin & Kelly Jones
  • Former members of JD Sumner and The Stamps Quartet: Bill Baize, Ed Hill, Larry Strickland and Donnie Sumner
  • Former members of The Imperials: Joe Moscheo, Terry Blackwood, Armond Morales and Jim Murray
  • Members of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra

In addition, Elvis Presley will join the cast live on stage via a state-of-the-art screens. More guests will be announced as they are confirmed.

Tickets can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000, at any Ticketmaster outlet or at the FedExForum box office.

Tickets for the show are selling fast and VIP tickets are almost sold out, so be sure to order your tickets today! 

happygolucky2011 wrote on February 21, 2012
It never ceases to amaze me: In the quote from the enterprises in the above article: "In addition, Elvis Presley will join the cast" It's no wonder that no one else (other than his fans) gives Elvis the recognition he deserves, when a company bearing his name, and living off him, refers to Elvis as an "addition" !! HE is the star of the show!! Without Elvis there wouldn't be a show at all. Ye Gods. Definitely a Lion led by donkeys.
Natha wrote on February 21, 2012
HappyGoLucky, I also observed that at quite a number of occasions the emphasis seems to be on those present. Only a few times the musicians are paying respects to Elvis, while it is only because of Elvis I attend! Without Elvis it is just a show. The singers are always mediocre and I don't understand why those musicians are so over enthousiastic about them, even saying that they are reminding them of Elvis. That is a lot of horse dung, or similar stuff.