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Hugo's Elvis: A Tribute To 1950's Elvis

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Standard Price: 
$300
Address: 
Chicago , IL 60634
Contact Name: 
Hugo & Paula
Phone: 
312-589-8217
Contact Email: 

Chicagoland's only teenaged 1950s Elvis Tribute Artist (ETA), 18 year old, Hugo ColĂ­n, recreates the era of the young king of rock n roll with iconic songs and historical information of the life and times of the world's greatest entertainer of the 20th century.

Hugo's dynamic 60 minute exciting and educational tribute 'rocks' the term "cultural entertainment" as the audience, young and old, has been overwhelmingly delighted with Hugo's sharp attention to history, craftsmanship, and authenticity. His tribute to early years, as far back as 1954, is such a memorable experience for audiences of all ages that he has been invited back to very venue!

Performing from over 70 of Elvis' legendary pre-jumpsuit hits tailored to your specific needs and audience, Hugo's 1950's Elvis tribute show includes all genres from rockabilly, ballads, gospel, country, pop, blues, R&B, movie, rock n roll, to classic holiday/Christmas favorites- ELVIS STYLE! Hugo keeps the rock'n past alive around Chicagoland!

Relive or introduce the 60-year old songs of the legend that is our national treasure; learn about the music and the young man that rocked the world and remember, Elvis hasn't left the building!

Libraries of the Chicagoland area include:
Harold Washington Library, Chicago, Il. (Downtown)
Skokie Public Library, Skokie, Il.
Dunning Public Library, Chicago, Il. (Northwest side)
Johnsburg Public Library, Johnsburg Il.
Eisenhower Public Library, Harwood Heights, Il.


Hugo sings and performs to re-create the legendary recordings at private and public summer/winter events such as the City of Chicago Senior Centers, Mather LifeWays, Shriners Children's Hospital, Misericordia Home Family Fest, Skokie's Douglas Center, Loyola's Ronald McDonald House, high school festivals, senior/nursing homes, churches, classic car shows, Route 66 events and fundraisers around Chicagoland!

More information at recent interviews found at the Chicago Tribune and WCIU-TV.

Reviews

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Jorge P.
2/26/2018
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This was the first time we booked Hugo's Elvis - his performance was great! He engaged the audience well and his transitions between songs were smooth. There were many positive patron comments after the show. We will defiantly bring back Hugo's Elvis.

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Susan F.
2/4/2018
5

We just had Hugo perform at our library for a family sock hop program. He performed a lively and seamless hour-long set that had all ages dancing and left everyone really impressed. We received a lot of compliments from patrons, and two people expressed interested in engaging him for events of their own. The authenticity of his look, sound, and moves are really remarkable. As a big Elvis fan myself, I couldn't have been more pleased with the song selections or his delivery. Hugo and his team were also wonderful to work with, flexible, helpful, and communicative--which is always really appreciated, and just really nice people in general. We would definitely hire him again.

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Julie S.
8/10/2017
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We had Hugo's Elvis come and perform at our library during our end of the summer carnival. He was AWESOME!! He played many songs and was very engaging to the audience. During his "Teddy Bear" song he gave out plush teddy bears to the small children in the audience, which truly melted our hearts. We were thrilled with his performance, and his professionalism and business ethic throughout the entire booking process was impressive as well. We will definitely have him come back and perform here again.

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Penny B.
7/31/2017
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Hugo was wonderful. Entertaining, charming, a pleasure to work with. The audience loved him. Multiple attendees have told me how great he was -- and many of these people aren't our regular program attendees. When it was over one little girl came down and requested a copy of Blue Hawaii. 100 people from kids to seniors attended.