‘The King’ is in the building

The Agassiz Legion heats up this weekend with three tribute acts

Find those Blue Suede Shoes and get all dressed in black — Elvis and Johnny Cash will hit the stage in Agassiz this weekend.

Jeff Bodner has been performing his tribute act to Elvis Presley for several years, competing internationally. He worked his way up to being the number one in the Amatuer World.

His Essence of Elvis show has won the hearts of audiences around the Fraser Valley, and throughout North America.

Daryl Weyman’s tribute to Johnny Cash, Reflections in Black, has also been seen around the continent, including the Merritt Mountain Music Festival.

Also performing is local singer Adam Briscoe. The 16-year-old entertainer, who is currently working on his debut CD of original music, will be singing from the Beatles songbook.

Both performers will be at the Agassiz Legion’s Valentine Dinner Show, February 19. Dinner, Chicken Cordon Bleu, will be served at 6 p.m. in the Legion hall.

The tribute shows start at 7:30 p.m. Cost for the dinner and dance is $20.

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