Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Canadian Elvises Are All Shook Up, Eh

TORONTO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Canadian Elvis impersonators can wiggle their hips with the best of them. Don’tcha know?

This weekend (April 4-5), the city of Toronto is holding their first ever Elvis Festival, where tribute artists from around the globe will compete to see who reigns supreme in their impersonations of The King.

Though founder and organizer Nevin Grant says many will bring the gyrating heat to the stage for the contest, Canadian Kings will leave the competition all shook up.

He says, “We have some of the best Elvises in the world. A lot of the Canadians that are competing have been crowned the grand champion at the world event.”

Though Canouks Elvis’ southern accents can throw them off, Grant assures that really skilled Canadian tribute artists never slip an “aboot” or “eh” in their impressions, and even sound so much like The King that audience members would think they have a real Memphis man right in front of them.

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