A memorable scene from Jailhouse Rock will be among the highlights from Elvis Presley's career when Randy (Elvis) Friskie comes to the Comox Valley on Jan. 24.

Randy (Elvis) Friskie coming to Valley January

Randy (Elvis) Friskie and his Las Vegas Show Band bring their brand new That's The Way It Is Tour to the Comox Valley next month

Randy (Elvis) Friskie and his Las Vegas Show Band bring their brand new That’s The Way It Is Tour to the Comox Valley next month.

The tour will showcase on stage some of the most memorable moments and music from Elvis Presley’s movies. It will relive the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s movie scenes and songs from Blue Hawaii to Viva Las Vegas, including duets with Ann-Margret, Marilyn Monroe, Shelley Fabares and more.

“…the best of the best…” — Vancouver Sun, 2013.

“…THE KING of tributes…” — Kamloops Daily News, 2013.

“Randy’s not only the best; he’s the reincarnation of Elvis.” — Hugh Pickett (presented Elvis Presley at Empire Stadium in Vancouver in 1957).

Special guest Cassandra Friskie will pay tribute to Marilyn Monroe, Cher, Liza and the Ladies of Country (Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Reba, and Shania).

The show will be featured Jan. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sid Williams Theatre, a day before a performance at the Tidemark Theatre in Campbell River.

For more information, visit sidwilliamstheatre.com.

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