Rockabilly Revival- A Tribute to the Legends of Sun Records
- Kentucky Opry
This event is presented by Clay Campbell Productions and sponsored by WBKR.
Rockabilly Revival: A Tribute to the Legends of Sun Records
7:30pm Saturday, November 23rd, 2013
PRICE 1 70 $78.00 SEATS A, B, C, D, E201-214,
PRICE 2 130 $58.00 SEATS B101-107, B301-307, C101-108, C301-308, D101-109, D301-309, E101-109, E301-309, ALL of F, G201-214, and H201-214
PRICE 3 784 $34.00 The rest of the orchestra and all seats in the mezzanine.
PRICE 4 252 $29.00 All Grand Tier seats
PRICE 5 246 $24.00 All Upper Tier seats
Imagine being at a concert with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins all on stage. It would be an unbelievable experience. The Rockabilly Revival is like hopping in a time machine and getting the opportunity to see something people would dream of seeing later. Producers searched the country high and low to find the best of the best. When you see this show you will be blown away with how authentic it feels. The tribute artist aren’t just good, they are considered the best! This will be the closest thing you will ever experience to seeing these artists in a live performance.
These four artists all recorded at Sun Records in Memphis. Sam Phillips made them famous. They each became legends. When they all got together to record, they were called the Million Dollar Quartet.
Lance Lipinski has portrayed “The Killer” all over the United States as part of “The Million Dollar Quartet.” He not only plays like Jerry Lee Lewis, but he brings the stage presence of Jerry Lee to the show. It will blow you away.
Gabe Bowling is an American actor and musician and has performed all over the USA, in various musicals and plays including playing Carl Perkins in the Million Dollar Quartet. Gabe will bring the legendary sound of “Blue Suede Shoes” and Carl Perkins to life.
The ladies will scream when Dean Z (Preview) takes the stage as Elvis Presley. He was voted the best young Elvis by The Elvis Presley Enterprises for 2013 and performs as Elvis in the Broadway hit Million Dollar Quartet in Vegas and all over the USA.
There they are. They were the Fabulous Four long before the Beatles.
The Rockabilly Revival is a 2 hour power packed trip back in time.