On April 2, Leduc will take the stage at Grove Hall, as part of the Rural Arts Project to bring Elvis’ spirit back and share it with the audience. Fans may remember Sylvain Leduc from his last Huntingdon appearance in October. This time, he has prepared a new show with different music. However, he brings the same on-stage charisma and charm that have helped him succeed in his journey to become the best Elvis Presley Tribute Artist across the country.
A real estate agent by day, Leduc draws on the King’s flashy jumpsuits, colourful soul music and polished showmanship to liven up his acts. His wingman, Don Beyor, provides him with sips of water and gifts for the ladies in the audience who catch Elvis’ eye. According to Beyor, “Sylvain is the closest thing to the King that I have ever seen or heard in my lifetime… I have seen many performers: Vegas, Atlantic City, Myrtle Beach, Montreal at various venues. No one comes near in terms of looks, voice and speech!”
Tickets for the show on April 2 at Grove Hall are $20 and are available on line at www.grovehall.ca or by calling Don at 450 264-8128.
Shared by Tina Bye