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Since January 2003, the Elvis Birthday Bash held at Dale's Weston Lanes, in Weston, Wisconsin has offered high-caliber entertainment with budget-friendly ticket prices. What started as a backyard pool party with one Elvis tribute artist has blossomed over the years into a double-feature event, brimming with talent, that is looked forward to all year by die-hard Elvis fans, music lovers, and those who simply enjoy a good show. Planned on the same weekend is the fifth annual "Friday Night Legends Show" featuring tribute artists performing the hits of Conway Twitty, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Neil Diamond.

Leading off the talent in this year's Elvis Bash is Brycen Katolinsky. At the ripe old age of 19, Brycen is the youngest of our performers, but performs as if he was a seasoned pro. Performing for nine years, he has racked up over 26 first-place finishes in various Elvis competitions across the United States and in his native Canada. He will be representing the early years of Elvis, the '68 Special Elvis, as well as taking on the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in the Friday Night Legends show. The talent of this barely-legal songbird has to be seen to be believed!

David Lee is the next of our artists, hailing from Birmingham, AL. Since 1995, Lee has been performing across the United States and Canada, winning numerous accolades along the way, including the Grand Champion of the Professional Division (Concert Years) of the world's largest Elvis festival in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. David will be representing the Concert Years of Elvis, and his electrifying voice, combined with his swagger resembling The King himself, makes him an outstanding performer.

Considered one of the top Elvis Impersonators in America, we are lucky to have Cliff Wright as a triple-threat performer, taking on the Young Elvis and Hollywood Elvis roles in the Bash, and also portraying Conway Twitty and Johnny Cash in the Friday Night Legends Show. With his self-taught guitar skills and soulful voice, he has placed in the top ten of The Ultimate Elvis contest, a showcase of the world's best Elvis', run by Elvis Enterprises. The aforementioned soul within his voice also helps him accurately depict Conway Twitty and his emotional performances. We are glad to have Cliff taking on a heavy workload in both of our shows this year, and with his talent, he is sure to rock the house in all facets of his performances.

Rounding out this talented group of Elvis' is Jesse Aron of Janesville, Wisconsin. Another double-threat performer, he will be covering the Concert Years of Elvis, and the work of Roy Orbison in the Friday Night Legends Show. Performing nation wide, as well as Canada and the UK, Jesse has placed in the top five of the Images of the King contest for five consecutive years, and won it all in 2009. Jesse also placed in the top three in Collingwood's Elvis Festival his first year. Not only talented, but community-oriented, Jesse received a letter of commendation from the governor of Wisconsin for his performances for war veterans as well as Special Olympians. In addition, he is also a tough performer – at Jesse's first performance in the Potawatomi Bingo Casino of Milwaukee, he lost his voice but still pressed on to win first place twice in the four-day week. With his humble attitude and dynamite performances, Jesse is sure to charm the audience in his roles as The King and Roy Orbison.

The only performer dedicated solely to this year's Friday Night Legends Show is Eric Ebert, also referred to as "Eric Diamond." Since 2002, he has been performing as Neil Diamond, but has been performing for over 20 years in a variety of different acts around Milwaukee. After dabbling in multiple music styles, and being told one night at karaoke that he sounded like Neil Diamond, he purchased numerous sparkly shirts and set out to become Neil Diamond. Over the years, Eric has worked with many other tribute artists and great performers to provide an evening of entertainment, and in 2009, Eric quit his day job as a computer technician to found Eric Diamond Productions, and focus on being the best entertainer he can be. Make sure you come down yourself and reap the rewards of his hard work for yourself!

For more information and tickets, visit, call 715-574-0768 or 715-359-8488, or stop by Weston Lanes.

Come on out and rock with us . . .  and thank you, thank you very much!