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May 8, 2021

The minimum required dose of Elvis is Max

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‘Elvis to the Max’ has successfully toured Australia over two decades, always to sell-out crowds.

Undisputedly there is and only ever will be one King, but the legend lives on and committed to keeping the spirit alive is Max Pellicano. His uncanny resemblance and equally chilling performance have mesmerised tens of thousands. Is it any wonder some people still refuse to believe that Presley is dead? Max Pellicano goes beyond mere impersonation. His recreation of Elvis’s looks, moves, vocal style, impressions and humour is so accurate, it’s awe inspiring.

You need to sound like him and Max has worked hard at that. Not only is the voice important, it’s also knowing how to become the man himself on stage. The attitude shy but confident. There are lots of Elvis impersonators around, but Max Pellicano is considered the best.

Critics have described him as ‘Elvis resurrected’ and ‘reincarnated’. The costumes worn by Max are exact replicas made by Elvis’s tailor Bill Bellow. The shimmering encrusted ‘White Eagle’ costume is a $10,000 recreation, identical the one worn by Elvis in 1972.

Max takes the audience on a journey starting with fifties rock ’n’ roll through to the sixties comeback special and ends the show with the signature white jumpsuit worn in the Aloha Hawaii special.

Do not miss Elvis to the Max this Saturday at Twin Towns.


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