Actor and musician Scot Bruce kicks off the Elvis Birthday Bash with his 50’s era Elvis show. His uncanny resemblance to the young “King” has taken his live show across the U.S. and all over the world. Recently, he had the honor of performing with the legendary Jordanaires (Elvis’ original backup singers). He also performs at Disneyland on a regular basis, and tours with the ‘Legends of Rock & Roll – Buddy, Roy & Elvis.’
Mike Albert, “The World’s Finest Elvis Impressionist,” plays the second half of the evening. His sincere, respectful portrayal of “The King” has earned endorsements by Elvis Presley’s own musicians and back-up singers. He regularly performs with the Jordanaires, and his style, charisma and ability to get the audience involved in the show have proved to be quite the crowd pleaser. Mike makes it a point to keep The Elvis Birthday Bash fresh with an ever-changing song line-up. Special requests are often delivered to audiences who are “All Shook Up”!