Travis LeDoyt, who has been called “the World’s Best Young Elvis,” will be performing at the Asheville High School Auditorium on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7 pm. The event is sponsored by the Asheville High School Band Association to help raise funds to purchase new instruments.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased by calling Jenny Farmer at 828-215-3699 or you can buy from any current band member. If there are any tickets remaining after the pre-sale, they will be available at the door.
Travis LeDoyt’s popularity is incredible, selling out more than 90% of his shows, including international shows in Canada, Argentina, Belgium, England, Scotland, and China.
LeDoyt has opened shows for B. B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Johnny Rivers, and many others. He has performed at more than 60 major casinos including the Harrah’s Casinos, Caesar’s, Hard Rock Casinos, Horseshoe Casino, Cherokee Casinos, and more. He is a headline entertainer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and this year will be performing on 20 cruises. He has also been a headliner at Busch Gardens-Tampa and at Hershey Park. He has headlined national conventions for Fed Ex in Memphis, TN, the International Hot Rod Association in Louisville, KY, and was chosen to headline the Elvis Presley Festival in Tupelo, MS for four consecutive years.
LeDoyt has been featured in the New York Times as the person who looks most like young Elvis, and D. J. Fontana — who was Elvis Presley’s drummer in the ‘50s — says this is “as close as it gets” to seeing Elvis during the ‘50s and ‘60s.
Asheville High School Director of Bands, R. Timothy McCoy, is a longtime friend of LeDoyt’s manager Dick McVey. “We are so fortunate to have an entertainer of this caliber coming to entertain here in Asheville,” McCoy says. “Travis sings like Elvis, moves like Elvis and, to top it off, he looks like Elvis in his younger days. I guarantee that if you see this show you will leave thinking you just saw Elvis in concert.”
McCoy also adds, “This is an opportunity for people to show support for the high school band, to make it possible for us to buy additional instruments and equipment that we need, and get to see a world class show. It’s a win-win deal for everybody.”
For more information or interview requests, please contact Dick McVey in Nashville at 615-714-3637 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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