Welcome to the Elvis Museum where the music of the King lives on! Come join us in the TCB Theatre for our brand new 2011 production of Good Rockin’ Tonight, a snapshot of Elvis and his musical career presented like you've never before seen!
Good Rockin’ Tonight is one of three all Elvis shows presented at the TCB Thetre. Our All Teen Cast rocks the stage as our life-size screen provides a backdrop of memorable video footage enhanced with enlightening commentary. Re-live your favorite memories of the greatest entertainer our generation has known. Good Rockin' Tonight will remind you why Elvis IS still the King!
Our first half presentation includes selections from Elvis' Sun Studio recordings, his RCA Victor recordings, highlights from his Movie Decade, and your favorites from his 68 Comeback Special, concluding with a rendition of "If I Can Dream" that is guaranteed to bring you to your feet.
The second portion of GOOD ROCKIN' TONIGHT brings Elvis' concert tours of the seventies to life . . . including selections from Elvis On Tour, That's the Way it Is, Aloha from Hawaii, and his record breaking run of performances in Las Vegas. The vocal energy and intensity of this portion of the show will send chills down your spine. Close your eyes, and you'll believe you're listening to Elvis himself!
Our all-teen cast will astound you with their talent and interpretation of Elvis' music, as well as their impressive vocals, sensational saxophone instrumentals, memorable choreography and fabulous costumes. Our 2010 performers include Will Reynolds, a 17-year-old up-and-coming Elvis tribute
artist; Sunni Lynn, 16-year-old saxophonist, granddaughter to museum founder Mike L. Moon; 16-year-old vocalist Kelsey Wypych, former TCB Talent Showcase grand prize winner; and, 14-year-old Ashlie Denise, a former youth performer at Country Tonite Theatre.
Good Rockin' Tonight is a great entertainment value for Elvis fans of all ages! Our prices are family friendly, and you will love our theatre, our cast, and our production. Come join us for a show at the TCB Theatre where the music of the King . . . lives on!