10/7/2019 12:12:00 PM Elvis & Son sings the hits that take audience back in time
Charlie Lewis of LeRoy, also known as Elvis Presley, sang many hits from the King of Rock and Roll at the Stewartville Civic Center on Sunday, Sept. 29. Above, Elvis sings to a fan face to face as others in the audience look on with delight. Below, Brian Lewis, 18, Charlie Lewis’s son, sings The Book of Love by the Monotones, signaling, “In chapter three you remember the meaning of romance.” Proceeds from the Elvis & Son performance will go to the Center 4 Active Adults.
Elvis & Son led the audience on a musical journey back in time at the Stewartville Civic Center last week. Charlie Lewis of LeRoy, dressed in black pants and shirt adorned with golden sequins, delighted 175 listeners with his renditions of many of Elvis's top hits on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 29. The show began with a powerful recorded voice announcing, "Get ready to go back to the 50s and 60s, the golden age of rock and roll!...Don't forget to put on your blue suede shoes!"... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Oct. 8 Stewartville STAR.