A year of touring for impersonator Sylvain Leduc

40th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death


Publié le 7 février 2017

Sylvain Leduc's 40th anniversary touring show in 2017 will recreate performances by Elvis from the 1970s.

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Now that the 40th anniversary of King Elvis Presley's death is being celebrated around the world, impersonator Sylvain Leduc will take advantage of the excitement to present a series of performances in the region.

Leduc is certainly considered one of the best Elvis Presley impersonators, for both his look and the accuracy of his voice. Everywhere he performs, fans of the King respond enthusiastically. He has also won a number of contests, notably in Lake George, Québec, Collingwood in Ontario and even in Toronto at the Flaming Star festival held last November.

The fortieth anniversary touring show expected in 2017 will recreate Elvis's performances from the 70s. Upcoming performances are scheduled for February 10th and 11th in Hemmingford, February 18th in Châteauguay and February 25th at école Arthur-Pigeon in Huntingdon as part of a fund raising campaign for a student trip.

He is also planning to participate again in a variety of competitions. The complete schedule is available on his web site at www.sylvainleducelvis.com.

Translated by Cathleen Johnston