Don Your Blue Suede Shoes For Elvis On Friday

Posted January 10, 2013 by Jeff Prince in Blogs

Looking for a hunka hunka something to do on Friday night?

How about visiting The King in concert and hearing nostalgic tunes while helping out some sick folks?

Camp Bowie District is hosting a benefit concert that features an Elvis impersonator celebrating the 40th anniversary of the famous Aloha From Hawaii concert.

The show begins at 7 p.m. Friday at the historic Ridglea Theater, 6025 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Tickets are $15 for balcony seats, $25 for general admission floor seats, and $50 for VIP seats. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Hope Center for Autism, as well as beautification efforts for Camp Bowie Boulevard.

As a reward for having read all of this blog post, I offer four free tickets to the first person who leaves a comment and correctly answers this trivia question: The great guitarist James Burton played in Elvis’ band for years, but before that he was axe man for another teen idol who was featured on a TV show in the 1950s. Name the first teen idol that Burton played with.


    Gil Loza

    Dale Hawkins is the answer

    Gil Loza

    Rick Nelson is my second choice.


    Ricky Nelson was the one James Burton played for first.

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