TEMECULA – Travis Allen, raised in Temecula Valley, is proud to bring his talent once again to Old Town Temecula Theater. He resides in Las Vegas working daily as an Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist, sanctioned by Elvis Presley Enterprises.
On Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m., Travis Allen will be bringing the 1956 Sun Sessions sounds of Elvis Presley to the Temecula stage. The Brett Cohen Band from Temecula Valley will be backing Travis Allen, recreating the sounds of Scotty Moore, Bill Black and DJ Fontana, the original band members with Elvis in the 50s.
Since Travis Allen will be paying tribute to the younger, slender and extremely handsome years of Elvis Presley, he will not be handing out scarves. But don’t worry, Travis will not forget his wonderful fans. He will lavish the ladies with teddy bears during his performance of a certain song.
The opening acts will feature young dancers performing music from the 50s. Another opening act that evening will be performed by a rising rockabilly female singer, Shannon Kat from the Temecula Valley and attends Great Oak High School.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.temeculatheater.org.