Best of 70's Elvis
The Rural Arts Project are thrilled to welcome back Elvis Tribute Artist Sylvain Leduc to the Grove Hall stage on Saturday, April 2, 2016.
Fans will remember Sylvain Leduc from his last Huntingdon appearance last October, however he will be bringing a different show and different music. What wont have changed is his charisma on stage and charming the ladies. Rumour has it, he even has a few special gifts for some of his younger fans.
Leduc has always favoured the King in terms of repertoire. He sang on stage for his first time the year Elvis died, and like many of our locally talented young people, he got his start in high school. He won his schools talent show with his rendition of Heartbreak Hotel. He has always been a dedicated fan, and when he returned to the stage many years later he was drawn the Kings later years; the flashy jumpsuits and colourful soulful music, and the polished showmanship. He names his show The Best of 70s Elvis.
On stage with Leduc, in classic Elvis style, will be his wingman Don Beyor, providing Elvis with sips of water, and presents for the ladies in the audience who catch Elvis eye.
Grove Hall (View)
165 Chateauguay Street
Huntingdon, QC J0S 1H0
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|