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Bret Kaiser's Speedway is the finest, HOTTEST, all-eras tribute to the King of Rock 'n Roll! Backed by a seasoned quartet, known as Speedway, Bret's vocal tribute leaves audiences thrilled and amazed as they deliver note-for-note all of The King's hits from the 50's, 60's and 70's.   From early classics like "That's Alright Mama", "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Blue Suede Shoes" to movie favorites such as "Jailhouse Rock" and "Viva Las Vegas" on into the Vegas-styled "Suspicious Minds", "Burnin' Love" and "American Trilogy" this show leaves fans only wanting more!

"I have always been a HUGE Elvis fan." Bret says, "All throughout my music career and, even in an 80's Metal band, I'd always make sure the set list would include one or two Elvis tunes.  I've always admired Elvis and you could see the response from the crowd was continually the same: everyone loves Elvis. Young or old it doesn’t seem to matter, because Elvis is everywhere.  Elvis was, and still is, a phenomenon that lives on."  Bret Kaiser's Speedway is;

Bret Kaiser - Lead Vocals
Dave Hecker - Keyboards, backing vocals
Tom Cavanaugh - Drums, backing vocals
Steve Helmstadter - Bass guitar
Jason Cartmell - Guitar, backing vocals

Whether performing with his band Speedway or solo in his popular "Forever Elvis" show – Bret Kaiser, clad in a stunning white jumpsuit studded with jewels and rhinestones or the famous '68 Comeback black leather, takes the stage with his hips gyrating and leg shaking, seemingly as if the King himself were reborn. From the first note, the crowd's reaction makes you think maybe, just maybe, it’s true.  But then, Elvis will always live on through tribute artists like Bret Kaiser.  The passion, the look, the music and most importantly, the spirit of Elvis will never cease to exist. The sun never sets on a legend, and when it comes to the King of Rock 'n Roll, it only burns brighter each year.  As long as there are Elvis songs to be sung, Bret Kaiser will be performing his Tribute to The King.



Bret Kaiser has been entertaining folks of all ages with his "Forever Elvis" show for the past five years and is now proud to present an even bigger tribute with Bret Kaiser's Speedway.  "It ain't work, ma’am" he says, with an uncanny voice and a raised lip, "I enjoy what I do so much, my shows usually last more than the scheduled time allotted." Although Elvis never did encores in his live shows, Bret never refuses his fans and, from the response, will probably do another couple of songs. 





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