A Christmas Concert With Eddie Miles, an Elvis Tribute Artist
My brother invited my husband and I to dinner and to see a concert, "Elvis Blue Christmas" by Eddie Miles, one of the best Elvis impersonators in the country, at the Paramount Center for the Arts in Bristol, Tennessee.
Throughout the concert there were screams, cheers, and standing ovations. The first part of the opening show he performed songs saluting the legends of Country Music, artist like Conway Twitty, Marty Robbins, George Jones, Johnny Cash and many others. The second part of the show was a tribute to Elvis...."Elvis Blue Christmas".
At the end he asked the audience to please keep Christ in Christmas, keep your faith and believe. It was a great ending, the lights went out and all we saw was the U.S. flag, and him standing with his arms spread out like an eagle....it was just awesome.
If you ever get a chance to see one of his shows, you will not be disappointed. Check out his website "Welcome to My World", Elvis Tribute Artist. Below are some photos of the concert. We were not allowed to take videos or recordings.
There are many YouTube videos on Eddie Miles, check out the one below....you will agree he sounds like Elvis.
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 MILES reproduces the sound and look of Elvis better than any other.
Miles 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 Commerative Anniversary, Numerous Television specials, plus Owning and Operating his own Theaters in Pigeon Forge, TN. and Myrtle Beach, SC.
It was a fantastic show. My husband, brother, and I agree that Eddie Miles definitely sounds and looks like Elvis.
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