Sensational Elvis impersonators Mike Albert and Scot Bruce along with the Big E Band are bringing their signature Elvis experience to Florida Theater!
Scot Bruce started his career as a radio personality and a drummer has been a big Elvis fan all his life. To make ends meet he started he started playing a 1950’s era Elvis and what was supposed to be a casual income-supplementing gig quickly turned into a full time career. Along with his uncanny resemblance to the young Elvis he also sings, strums the guitar, and swivels his hips like the King. He’s performed live all over the US and internationally, and he’s also done music videos with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow. He’s also had the privilege of performing with Elvis’ original back-up singers, the legendary Jordanaires. Besides "being Elvis", Scot is also a songwriter, does an acoustic guitar/harmonica solo act in local pubs, and plays drums with L.A. based rock-a-billy bands. Nashville’s main newspaper (The Tennessean) had this to say about Scot: "Top Elvis impersonator Scot Bruce has got it going on. His voice is so uncannily like the King’s you’ll think you’re in blue Hawaii....he has all the signature Presley moves - the independently rotating thighs, the swiveling pelvis, the droopy bedroom eyes - down to a science."
Don’t miss your chance to see these artists celebrate the 60th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s 1956 Florida Theatre concert!