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Today Tomorrow and Forever - In Loving Memory Of Elvis Presley

Elvis The Concerts - 1998 Onwards

This is an Intimate Bioscopic Experience
Elvis - The Man, The Myth And The Facts!
A Presley Picture Is The Only Sure Thing In Hollywood
He Was The Greatest Entertainer That Ever Lived!
Elvis Lives On Stage!
Elvis - I'll Remember You!
The Albums Made By EP
Number One Singles Artist
The Greatest Recording Artist Ever
The King's Music
The King's Castle
The Day The Music Really Did Die!
The King's Queen
Daddy's Little Girl!
When The King Met The Fab Four
Musicians/Singers With The King
GI Blues
The Only UK Visit
Only From The Waist Up
The Good Old Boys!
Elvis: Wanted Dead Or Alive
Elvis' Beloved Parents
The Brain Behind The King!
The Girls Who Shared His Life!
The Home Of Rock 'n' Roll
If You're Lookin For Trouble
Viva Las Vegas
Dreams Come True In Blue Hawaii
Elvis In Concert 1977
Elvis' Shadow
Almost Better Then The Real King!
EP's Loyal Fans
EP - Forever An Icon
Keeping Elvis Alive

Elvis Is Back In The Building




Elvis-The Concert, the astounding production that reunites former Elvis bandmates live on stage with a state of the art video-projected Elvis, continues its historic and critically acclaimed world tour. This is, in effect, Elvis' first-ever world concert tour, which began in America in 1998. In his lifetime Elvis' only concerts outside the United States were five shows in three Canadian cities in 1957. A world tour was an unrequited dream for Elvis and for his international fans. More than twenty years after the superstar's death, the dream has come true.

European Tour Schedule - April/May 2005
April 26Brussels, Belgium Forest National
April 27 Rotterdam, Holland AHOY
April 29 Birmingham, England National Exhibition Center - My second concert!
April 30 Sheffield, England Sheffield Arena
May 1 Newcastle, England Newcastle Arena
May 2 Glasgow, Scotland SECC
May 5, 6 & 7London, England Hammersmith Apollo
May 8 Manchester, England Manchester Arena

United States Engagement - April 2005
April 15 & 16 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino

Hawaii and Singapore - August 2004
August 15 Honolulu, HI Blaisdell Arena (formerly known as H.I.C. Arena)
August 21 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium

European Tour Schedule - May/June 2003
May 24London, England Wembley Arena
May 25 Birmingham, England NEC Arena
May 26 Glasgow, Scotland SECC
May 27 Belfast, Ireland Odyssey Arena
May 28 Dublin, Ireland The Point
May 30 Manchester, Englang MEN Arena
May 31 Sheffield, England Sheffield Arena
June 1 London, England London Arena
June 3 Rotterdam, Holland AHOY
June 4 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
June 5 Paris, France The Zenith
June 6 Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 8 Amsterdam, Holland Heineken Music Hall

United States Tour Schedule - March 2003
March 28 Atlantic City, NJTrump's Taj Mahal
March 29 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino

United States Tour Schedule 2002
June 15 Del Mar, CA San Diego County Fair
August 24 Las Vegas, NV The Aladdin
August 26 St. Paul, MN Minnesota State Fair
October 11 St. Louis, MO Harrah's - UMB Pavilion
October 13 Phoenix, AZ Arizona State Fair - Veterans Memorial Coliseum

United States/Canada Tour Schedule - 2001
August 10 New York, NY The Theater at Madison Square Garden
August 11 August 12 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino
August 14 Toronto, Ontario Hummingbird Centre. Further details below.
August 16 Memphis, TN Mid-South Coliseum - Special Elvis Week Show!

Europe Tour Schedule - 2001
March 5 Newcastle, England Newcastle Arena
March 6 Glasgow, Scotland SECC
March 7 Dublin, Ireland The Point
March 9 Manchester, England Evening News Arena
March 10 Birmingham, England NEC Arena
March 11 Cardiff, Wales International Arena * My first Elvis concert!*
March 13 Bournemouth, England International Center
March 15 Brighton, England Brighton Center
March 16 London, England Wembley Arena
March 17 London, England London Arena
March 18 Sheffield, England Sheffield Arena
March 20 Paris, France Palais De Sport
March 21, 22 Rotterdam, Holland AHOY
March 23 Dusseldorf, Germany Phillipshalle
March 24 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
March 26 Vienna, Austria Kurhalle Oberlaa
March 27 Stuttgart, Germany Schleyerhalle
March 28 Hannover, Germany Stadion Sporthalle
March 29 Hamburg, Germany Sporthalle
March 30 Munich, Germany Olympiahalle
April 1 Zurich, SwitzerlandHallenstadion
October 18 Shreveport, LA Harrah's

United States Tour Schedule - 2001
January 17 Melbourne, FL The King Center
January 18 Sarasota, FL Van Wezel Center
January 19 West Palm Beach, FL Kravis Center
January 20 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
January 21 Fort Lauderdale, FL Sunrise Musical Theater
January 26 Seattle, WA Paramount Theater
January 27 Portland, OR Keller Auditorium
January 29 Phoenix, AZ Symphony Hall
January 30, 31 Cerritos, CA Cerritos Center
February 1Cupertino, CA Flint Center

United States Tour Schedule - 2000
May 4, 5, 6, 7 Naples, FL Philharmonic Center for the Arts
August 4 Los Angeles, CA Universal Amphitheater
August 5 San Francisco, CA Davies Hall
September 30 St. Louis, MO Fox Theater
October 13 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Theater
October 14 Detroit, MI Fox Theater
October 15 Des Plaines, IL Rosemont Theatre

Australian/Japanese Tour Schedule - November 1999
November 5, 6 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Center
November 8, 9, 10 Melbourne Melbourne Park
November 12, 13, 14 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Center
November 16 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Center
November 22, 23 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo International Forum

United States Tour Schedule - January 2000
January 8 Memphis, TN Mid-South Coliseum
This was a special presentation for the Elvis Birthday Celebration and was not part of a regular tour outing.

European Tour Schedule - February/March 2000
February 22 Hamburg,Germany Sporthalle
February 23 Bremen, Germany Stadthalle
February 24 Oberhaussen, Germany Arena
February 26 Stuttgart, Germany Schleyer-Halle
February 27 Hanau, Germany August Schartner Halle
February 28 Munich, Germany Olympiahalle
March 3 Stockholm, Sweden The Globe
March 4 Gothenburg, Sweden Scandinavium
March 6 Copenhagen, Denmark Valby Hall
March 8, 9 Rotterdam, Holland AHOY
March 10, 11 London, England Wembley Arena
March 13 Birmingham, England National Exhibition Center
March 14 Manchester, England Manchester Evening News Arena
March 15 Newcastle, England Telewest Arena
March 17 Glasgow, Scotland Scottish Exhibition Centre Hall 4
March 19 Belfast, Ireland Kings Hall
March 20 Dublin, Ireland The Point
March 23 Paris, France Bercy Arena

European Tour Schedule - January/February 1999
January 23 London, England Wembley Arena
January 24 Brussels, Belgium Forest National
January 27 Hamburg, Germany Sporthalle
January 29 Hanau, Germany A. Schartner Halle
January 30 Oberhausen, Germany Arena
February 1 Berlin, Germany Velodrom
February 3 Helsinki, Finland Hartwell Arena
February 5 Stockholm, Sweden The Globe
February 6 Copenhagen, Denmark Forum
February 8 Oslo, Norway Spektrum

United States Tour Schedule - August 1998
August 11-16
(8 shows) Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas Hilton
August 23, 24 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino
August 28 Antioch, TN Starwood Amphitheater
August 29 Rosemont, IL Rosemont Horizon Arena
August 30 Indianapolis, IN Market Square Arena

United States Tour Schedule - March 1998
March 10 Louisville, KY Louisville Gardens
March 11 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium
March 13 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
March 14 Cleveland, OH Cleveland State University
March 15 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
March 17 Pittsburgh, PA The Civic Arena
March 19, 20, 21 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
March 22 Camden, NJ Blockbuster Sony Entertainment Center

Current Cast Lineup

Following is our cast lineup for the 2005 tour:

(via video)

Musical Director & Conductor


JAMES BURTON*, lead guitar
GLEN D. HARDIN*, piano
JERRY SCHEFF*, bass guitar
RONNIE TUTT*1, drums





Principal Orchestra Members:

PAUL LEIM, drums
TONY SMITH, rhythm guitar
RON FEUER*, keyboards
WALT JOHNSON*, trumpet

*Indicates an original Elvis bandmate.

¹Ronnie Tutt is performing only at the Mohegan Sun Casino engagement on the 2005 tour. In balancing career and personal commitments that have arisen, he will not be on this year's tour of Europe. Ron has personally selected his friend and protégé Paul Leim to rock the house in place. ²Shortly before the 2005 tour began, health issues forced Ed Hill to drop out of the show. We wish him all the best with his recuperation. Orchestra members other than the principal players who travel with us are hired in the cities and regions our show appears. We also engage a local choir in some cities on our tours.

Current Song Lineup

Following is the song lineup the 2005 tour. There are a few song changes since last few tours. The big change is that the Aloha from Hawaii and '68 Comeback material used in the show benefits from the excellent remastering work that was done for the new DVD compilations released in 2004.

The Elvis performance footage comes from these programs: the Elvis (a.k.a. the '68 Comeback) television special, the 1973 Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii, via Satellite television special, and the MGM concert films Elvis, That's the Way It Is (1970) and Elvis on Tour (1972). In parentheses after each song is an indication of which program the Elvis performance comes from.

All our singers and musicians play live. The Elvis performance footage is presented with virtually all the sound removed but for Elvis's voice. The only pre-recorded music you hear in our show is Elvis Presley's voice and what small amounts of the original accompanying music could not be removed from the Elvis performance material.

Act 1

Theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey/Opening Vamp
See See Rider
Burning Love
Steamroller Blues
Love Me
I Can't Stop Loving You
Elvis introduces the cast
Johnny B. Goode
You Gave Me a Mountain
That's All Right
Hound Dog
Don't Be Cruel
Heartbreak Hotel
Are You Lonesome Tonight
All Shook Up
Blue Suede Shoes
Love Me Tender
In the Ghetto
Sweet, Sweet Spirit - Performed by The Stamps Quartet
How Great Thou Art
If I Can Dream


Rubberneckin' (Remix) Music Video


Sweet Inspiration
Performed by The Sweet Inspirations
Polk Salad Annie
You've Lost That Loving Feeling
Just Pretend
Mystery Train/Tiger Man
Bridge Over Troubled Water
The Wonder of You
Suspicious Minds
I'll Remember You
What Now, My Love
Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
A Big Hunk O' Love
My Way
An American Trilogy
Can't Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp


I have been to this wonderful concert twice. The first time was in 2001 on March 11 at Cardiff, International Arena and then again on April 29 Birmingham, England NEC 2005. I thought it was time I give you all a review of my first concert, incase you haven't been yet.

When I arrived at Cardiff International Arena on Sunday March 11th 2001, I was exicted and I couldnt wait to see the show. Once inside, I was with all ages of Elvis fans, some dressed up while others wore t-shirts and Elvis hats. I took my seat and ended up talking to two women who was sitting next to me, they both wished Elvis was with us so they could pull him off the stage. Then at 8.05pm, the lights went down, the curtian with the Graceland gates glistened as the band started the first towering notes of Space Odyssey 2001 I felt a shiver run up and down my spine. This was it. The crowd buzzed with 2001 as we waited for Elvis to make his first mark in Cardiff. Then the curtain dropped revealing the TCB band, The Sweet Inspirations, The Stamps Quartet and the musical director Joe Guerico and then the King walked onto the stage, the crowd went wild! Elvis was larger then life.....quite literally! It was amazing! I couldnt believe it and I screamed my head off! He was so close I could touch him!

Elvis thrusted into C.C Rider and then Burnin' Love followed by more songs from the Aloha Concert before moving onto That's The Way It Is. He did a huge set with all his classics and it was amazing! I was singing along, crying and dancing through-out the set. The Band were brilliant in their timing and you could tell they were enjoying it. Especially James Burton!He sure knows how to rock!The Sweet Inspirations were giving their all and so were the marvellous Ed Enoch and The Golden Covenant. Both delivering great renditions of Sweet Inspiration and Sweet Sweet Spirit.The whole show was amazing to watch. It was just like Elvis was actually there, class!

The moment Elvis was ready to leave the building, everyone was on their feet......apart from some girl in front of me! She had a face like slapped ass, sounds cruel but its true! I was jumping up and down and Elvis looked at me! Well, I thought he did! Then the words came through-out the speakers:

Ladies and gentleman.....Elvis has left the building

It was over. I was on a high. The lucky people in the front row shook the bands/backing singers hands while I watched and danced around ( I was high on Elvis) and then I left the arena. I remember calling my mum and she thought someone had hurt me, I was crying my eyes out down the phone hehe. All I can say is that it was beyond all expectations. It was a dream fulfilled. Elvis wasnt in the building, but it was the closest I'll ever get in my lifetime and for that it will always be deeply cherished. I only hope it carries on touring the world and making me and his other fans happy :)



Thank you, thank you very much!

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