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'All Shook Up' as Elvis tribute JD King comes to Spalding


By Spalding Reporter


From The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and London’s O2 to Memphis and Las Vegas Boulevard, world leading Elvis impersonator JD King is coming to the South Holland Centre to rock Spalding in March.

Starting his career in Brighton, Jim Devereaux has built his reputation as the most respected and renowned Elvis impersonator over a 15 year long career, writes Patrick Walsh.

Now, at 33-years-old (the same age as Elvis when he performed his 1968 Comeback Special) JD is the perfect age to re-create all eras of Elvis Presley "with energy and credibility".

JD King performs at Elvis as the South Holland Centre on March 2. (6466538)
JD King performs at Elvis as the South Holland Centre on March 2. (6466538)

Performing his set ‘Elvis The Legend’, professionally trained actor and singer JD King will tell the story of Elvis’ life through a combination of words and music.

The theatrical musical journey takes the audience through all of Elvis’ eras in his career from the rock ‘n’ roll of the '50s, to the movies in the 1960s and finally his touring of the '70s.

And as well as entertaining audiences around the world, Jim has rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous.

He's performed as an Elvis impersonator with celebrities and famous groups, including Texas, Ms Dynamite, Kim and Marty Wilde. He's also worked with Elvis’ guitarist - the late John Wilkinson - and Elvis’ cousin Donna Presley-Early.

The show is on March 2 at 7.30pm at the South Holland Centre.

All tickets cost £25 and are available from the box office on 01775 764777, in person or via www.southhollandcentre.co.uk



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