Elvis impersonator, Travis Morris, will perform Feb. 14 at the Bull and Bear Eatery in Kenosha.
Updated: February 4, 2013 6:05AM
Elvis Presley’s 78th birthday will be celebrated with a new Elvis in town, Travis Morris, on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at The Brat Stop (Route 50, west of the expressway) in Kenosha.
Morris began his career as an Elvis tribute artist in 1993, when he was selected by Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre to play the part of “The singer” (Elvis) in the original production of Steve Martin’s stage play “Picasso at the Lapin Agile.” He has won the World Champion Images of Elvis Tribute Artist held in Memphis, and has entertained more than 10,000 Elvis fans at the Hippodrome in Montreal, as well as many other events.
He takes you from ’50s and ’60s from the famous leather suit, and goes on to the ’70s with the famous white jumpsuit. He will perform the three different eras with wardrobe changes to each era.
Morris has an uncanny resemblance to Elvis, with the ability to replicate Elvis’ voice, country-boy personality and dance moves.
Cost is $10. For more information, call (262) 620-7214.