Page 23 - Jackpot Magazine Tunica ~ May, 2024
P. 23

Elvis Elvis Elvis returns to Gold Strike
The Aug. 10 tribute show is a journey through three decades of the King
  Elvis Elvis Elvis comes Gold Strike.
TUNICA — The eagerly awaited “Elvis Elvis Elvis” tribute show is set to make its grand return to Gold Strike Theatre inside Gold Strike Casino Resort at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 10. This show is perfect for Elvis fans and the timing couldn’t be bet- ter. Elvis Tribute Week runs Aug. 9 through Aug. 17 and marks the 47th anniversary of the passing of Elvis.
Produced by esteemed World Championship Elvis Entertainers Tim “E” Hendry and Ted Torres Martin, and presented with a dynamic 10-piece band, this remark- able production promises to take the audience on a captivating and thrilling journey through three decades of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s music.
From the historic beginnings of the King’s career at famed Sun Studios in Mem- phis to the iconic, unforgetable Las Vegas era and all of the monumental moments in between, “Elvis Elvis Elvis” offers a direct and authentic homage to Elvis Presley’s timeless legacy.
This production features an impressive repertoire of his most beloved hits, includ- ing such timeless classics as “All Shook Up,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Love Me Tender” and more. The tribute show respectfully celebrates the enduring impact of the King himself and will have the audience cel- ebrating as well.
Tickets to see “Elvis Elvis Elvis” start at $29.50 and are now on sale at goldstrike. com.
 Horseshoe welcomes Gary Allan on June 7
TUNICA — See country music icon Be” and “Lovin’ You Against My Will,”
   Gary Allan perform his hits in Tunica at Horseshoe Tunica’s Bluesville Showcase Nightclub Friday, June 7.
Gary Allan is a mega-star on the country music scene and is renowned for his distinc- tive blend of honky-tonk grit and heartfelt balladry.
Born on Dec. 5, 1967, in La Mirada, Cali- fornia, Allan’s journey into music began at an early age, influenced by the sounds of his father’s country record collection. He relo- cated to Nashville in the late 1980s to pur- sue a career in country music, signing with Decca Records in 1996.
Allan’s big breakthrough came with his second album, It Would Be You (1998), which spawned such hits as “It Would Be You” and “Nothin’ On But The Radio.”
However, it was his third album, Smoke Rings in the Dark (1999), that firmly estab- lished him as a force in the genre.
The title track on his third album, along with singles like “Right Where I Need to
catapulted him to stardom.
Throughout his career, Allan has consis-
tently delivered chart-topping hits, includ- ing “Man to Man,” “Tough Little Boys,” “Watching Airplanes,” and “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain).” His raw vocals and emotionally charged lyrics resonate with au- diences, reflecting themes of love, loss, and resilience.
Allan’s music has endured, earning him a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim. His authenticity and ability to connect with lis- teners have cemented his status as one of country music’s most enduring and beloved artists, ensuring his legacy for generations to come.
Get tickets and complete pricing infor- mation at a Horseshoe Ticketmaster kiosk or call Ticketmaster. Ask about VIP balcony seats to shows.
One can also charge tickets by phone at (800) 745-3000, or buy online at ticketmas-
Gary Allan

   21   22   23   24   25