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Jerry Presley is Elvis Presley’s second cousin, as documented in the Presley genealogy, researched and confirmed by the Tennessee Genealogist, Richard Carlton Fulcher in 1987, and is also an identical twin, as was Elvis Presley. In 1970 Jerry began performing his tribute concert to his cousin, Elvis, in Columbia, SC. He toured the southern states between 1970 and 1973 beginning as an opening performer for artists such as Jackie Wilson, The Drifters, The Platters, The Coasters, Bob Seager System, and Brownsville Station, to name a few. In 1985 he opened his own theater in Branson, MO and created his Legends Show which performed more than 1,500 shows over the next four-year period. By 1988, he began performing with Elvis’ original backup vocal group, The Jordaniares, while his Legends Show continued to tour in cities such as Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Virginia Beach and others, and went on to perform with such Roll & Roll pioneers as Len Berry, Dennis Yost and The Classics 4, and Mitch Ryder, etc... During the 90s Jerry opened for Lou Rawls, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Tanya Tucker, Barbara Mandrell, Shenandoah, Billy Dean and many more. Since then, Jerry went on to perform his live concerts with the legendary Jordanaires, the former members of JD Sumner’s Stamps Quartet, and The Blackwoods. In 1977, Jerry attended the funeral of his cousin, Elvis Presley, and left with an even greater commitment to honor him, and his memory. Keeping his roots, Jerry maintains residence in the Memphis, Tennessee area, as well as, the Missouri Ozarks. Today, in the U.S. and abroad, Jerry Presley continues to perform over 200 live concerts per year, singing the music of the legendary Elvis Presley.
Madison Square Garden: Jerry recreates Elvis' 1972 Madison Square Garden sold-out concert, which was attended by George Harrison, John Lennon, Bob Dylan and many other well-known artists. "He looked like a prince from another planet", said The New York Times. This is a high-energy performance that barely gives you a chance to catch your breath between each rockin' song! Monday @ 8:00 pm
Aloha from Hawaii: Jerry dons the stunning "American Eagle" jumpsuit, and with his unmistakable Presley vocals and smooth Elvis moves, this phenomenal performance brings to life the classic 1973 record-breaking Elvis concert, "Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite." This world-wide telecast beamed to one billion viewers broke viewing records making television and entertainment history. Wednesday & Saturday @ 8:00 pm