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Ryan Pelton Presents: Pair of Kings with Garry Wesley

Thursday, December 2 at 8 p.m.

The Northern Lights Theater 1721 W Canal Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233
Price: $35/$30/$25

Each night is a completely unique show—experience them all!

Relive the glory and power of the music, not to mention the style and the swagger of the one-and-only King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Night four, Garry Wesley takes to the stage at the Northern Lights Theater for a one-night engagement along with Ryan Pelton. Garry recreates songs from Elvis’ years on tour in the 1970s, while Ryan performs his tribute to veterans and songs from the 1960s. 

Ryan Pelton has won numerous awards performing as The King across the globe for audiences large and small. He is an international, award-winning Elvis Tribute Artist, actor and singer/songwriter; Pelton has performed in the world’s largest tribute show, Legends in Concert for nearly a decade, starred in the Hollywood film The Identical, and continues to record his own original music. There is no doubt that Pelton is the rarest kind of performer, living up to his billing time and time again. Ryan Pelton brings to life the passion, energy and sound of King in every performance.

Garry Wesley has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Chile, and South America.  He has performed with Las Vegas Productions such as Legends in Concert, American Super Stars, Legends Alive and many others.

He has performed with the legendary Jordanaires, The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, The Sweet Inspirations, Millie Kirkham, DJ Fontana and Joe Esposito. 2017 was Garry’s 28th year performing at Alfred’s on Beale Street in Memphis TN during their annual Elvis Week.

Garry is a multi-award winning tribute artist, receiving multiple awards from the city of Memphis, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013, presented to him by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, DJ Fontana at the Las Vegas Hilton.

Garry appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine and numerous other media articles.  He has also appeared on TV shows such as PM Magazine. Garry has won the largest purse ever awarded to a Tribute Artist in a competition: $52,500, and is the only tribute artist to be viewed via satellite world-wide as he performed for more than 10,000 in Santiago, Chile.