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A Salute to Elvis and Country Legends
Bearing an uncanny physical and vocal resemblance to Elvis Presley, Eddie Miles presents a tribute to Elvis that many, including Elvis’ former band mates, consider to be the best tribute show to him in the world.
Hailed as the best by the people who knew and performed with Elvis, J.D. Sumner, Charlie Hodge, Ed Enoch, Terry Blackwood, and many others agree that Eddie reproduces the sound and look of Elvis better than any other. Screams, cheers, and standing ovations are common at Eddie's concerts. He is as meticulous with his attire as he is with the songs he sings.
He has performed for years all over the country to exuberant “SOLD OUT” audiences. Some of his shows include headlining at The Largest Elvis Festival in the World in Collingwood, Canada, headlining in Memphis, TN during the 25th and 30th Commemorative Anniversaries, and numerous television specials. Eddie has also released more than 20 CD's that are enjoyed by his adoring fans throughout the world, including:
Eddie Miles: Country Heroes; Eddie Miles: Gospel Hits; Eddie Miles: "A Salute to Elvis"; Eddie Miles: Live in Concert; Eddie Miles: Lost in the Fifties; Eddie Miles: More Memories; and Eddie Miles: Live at the Rudy Theater.
The show, A Salute to Elvis and Country Legends, includes an opening show in which Eddie salutes the legends of Country Music with accurate impersonations of their voices while singing the songs that made the following artists into famous country legends: Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, Marty Robbins, Roy Orbison, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, and others. During this tribute to county legends, Eddie introduces humor to his show with clever musical ditties and clean but hilarious jokes.
When Eddie returns to the stage following intermission after his opening act--a tribute to the legends of Country Music--the music of Elvis begins and magically, memories of the "King" are renewed. Quick-witted and endearing, Eddie interacts extensively with the audience throughout his performance--at times performing in the theatre aisles. This is a show about which your audiences will remember for years.
Setting this show apart from those of other tributes to Elvis Presley is the talent of Eddie Miles and the realism of the show as confirmed by those who knew Elvis Presley’s performances best--his band mates and backup singers:
“I have traveled far and wide, Eddie is the closest to the sound and looks of Elvis as you will find.” -- the late Charlie Hodge, lifelong friend and band member of Elvis.
To view a performance by Eddie Miles and the late Charlie Hodge (quoted above) click on the play button in the left video player below. Click on the play button in the right video player below to view Eddie performing a trilogy of songs with the late J.D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet (quoted below).
"Eddie is simply the BEST, nobody does it better." --The Late J.D. Sumner of The Stamps Quartet, backup singers to Elvis Presley.
"The closest to the man and his music, I agree with JD Sumner, Eddie is the best." --Ed Enoch of The Stamps Quartet, backup singers to Elvis Presley. (Elvis called him the greatest voice in Gospel music.)
"Eddie is one of the finest entertainers I have worked with. He looks great, sings great and does a fantastic tribute to Elvis."
--D.J. Fontana, Elvis' drummer.
"We've seen a lot of Elvis Tribute shows, Eddie's is certainly one of the classiest ever." -- Gordon Stoker of the Jordainaires, backup singers to Elvis Presley.