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Elvis impersonators gather for tribute

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The King is gone -- but certainly not forgotten. So Elvis Presley will live, five times over, via "Long Live the King!," a tribute show taking place Saturday, Aug. 3, at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion.

The show features metro area five Elvis impersonators each handling a different phase of Presley's career: Chris Solano for the 50s, Irv Cass handling the 60s movie-era while Chris Ayotte takes on the '68 comeback, complete with the black leather suit; Greg Jacqua as the 70s Presley; and Roy Rouse looking into a mythical future by asking the musical question "What if Elvis had lived?"

The Revue runs from 3-11 p.m. Canterbury Village is located at 2369 Joslyn Court Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Call 248-391-1900 or visit www.canterburyvillage.com.

Web Site: www.canterburyvillage.com

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