Date: Saturday, Mar 5th, 2016
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Stuart’s Opera House
Dwight Icenhower was raised in Pomeroy, Ohio and began his Elvis career by singing karaoke at a local fair when he was just 16 years old. Now, he is one of the very few Elvis Tribute Artists that have made a full-time career out of keeping the legend alive.Dwight performs shows weekly and he keeps the audiences asking for more.
Born four years after the King passed away, Dwight has studied every move that Elvis made and has mastered the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s eras of Elvis’ career.
He has performed all over the United States as well as in England, Brazil, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Mexico and has toured Japan several times.
He’s had the opportunity to share the stage with some personal friends of Elvis including: DJ Fontana, The Jordanaires, The Sweet Inspirations, Cynthia Pepper, Julie Parrish, Charlie Hodge, Dook Bardwell, Eddie Miles and Joe Esposito.
He continues to awe audiences of all ages and his fans enjoy him both on and off stage. He wishes to continue using his amazing talent to keep the memory of Elvis alive for many more generations to come.
Dwight says that he considers it a dream come true to have such a wonderful job and having the opportunity to meet such wonderful people!
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