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Starring Gavin Stanley, Marc Robinson & Steve Halliday Three outstanding West End artists pay tribute to three icons of Rock 'n' Roll - Billy Fury, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley - all backed by a four piece band, and all done in true Rock 'n' Roll style! Firstly, Gavin Stanley performs a heartfelt tribute to the British King Of Rock 'n' Roll, Billy Fury, with songs including 'I Will', 'Another You', 'I Believe' and 'Halfway To Paradise'. Just like the real Billy Fury, Gavin Stanley hails from Liverpool. However he has now spent many years touring all over Great Britain, after honing his act in the West End. Next up is Marc Robinson who, having portrayed Buddy Holly on stage and screen for many years, once again dons the oh-so familiar horn rimmed glasses and joins The Counterfeit Crickets to give you a true taste of Buddy Holly. This authentic set includes such nostalgic hits as 'Heartbeat', 'It Doesn't Matter Anymore', 'Peggy Sue' and 'True Love Ways'. Elvis Show' and 'Better Than The Real Thing' brings you the ultimate King Of Rock 'n' Roll himself, Elvis! What more can you say about Elvis? From 'That's All Right Mama' to 'Don't Be Cruel' and 'G.I. Blues', no show about the Rock 'n' Roll era would be complete without him. So let Steve, who has traveled the length and breadth of Europe with his breathtaking performance, transport you back to the days when Elvis really was 'The King'!