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Ryan Pelton Presents: Pair of Kings

with Matt Joyce

The Northern Lights Theater 1721 W Canal Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233
Price: $35 All Seats

Tuesday, June 4 at 8 p.m.

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 One, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino favorite, Matt Joyce, returns to the Northern Lights Theater for a one-night engagement along with Ryan Pelton. Matt recreates songs from the movie GI Blues as well as the 68 Comeback Special while Ryan performs his tribute to Elvis’ That’s The Way It Is television special.

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.

 

Matt Joyce has been paying tribute to Elvis since 2002. He started singing “Heartbreak Hotel” to his guests while working as a steakhouse server. Since those humble beginnings, Matt has elevated his career, playing at numerous festivals and corporate events throughout the nation. He has won many awards and accolades as a tribute artist throughout the nation, including first place in Potawatomi’s own Tribute to the King competition.

In the early two-thousands, Matt became the front man for a band The Gettys, a notable party band, bringing the fun throughout the South. He has also written numerous original songs and intends to release a new album at a future date.

In the last five years Matt has added acting to his resume. He is one of the lead roles in the Million Dollar Quartet. He plays Sam Phillips the “Father of Rock N’ Roll,” the creator of the signature sound of the 50s, and the man who found the artists that we know and love to this day. The show is scheduled to start back up this fall.

This summer, Matt will be acting in the Broadway play, Shrek the Musical. Based on the animated film of the same name, Shrek the Musical features new songs and dancing, and is scheduled to appear at the Welk Theater in Branson Missouri.