Bennett takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Edgerton Performing Arts Center, 200 Elm High Drive.
“Bennett does the impossible, delivering a spine-tingling Elvis tribute that is fresh, powerful and right on time,” according to a news release. “With his pure-bred Southern charm, powerful voice and scandalous moves, Bennett was named the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist by Elvis Presley Enterprises at Graceland.”
Bennett’s show takes a musical journey through Elvis’ career — from his early rock ’n’ roll days in the 1950s to the lounge-act era of the 1970s.
The audience is sure to enjoy all-time hits such as “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” “Suspicious Minds” and more.
Bennett starred as Elvis Presley in Chicago’s long-running hit musical “Million Dollar Quartet.” Previously, he starred in the Montreal company of “The Elvis Story.”
Bennett also headlines his act at festivals, on cruises and at casinos around the world.
“A native son of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, Brandon’s Southern roots, God-given talent and natural resemblance to the King of Rock ‘n Roll allow him to uniquely evoke the unmistakable essence of Elvis’ charm onstage,” the release said.
Tickets are available by going online to edgertonpac.com or by calling 608-561-6093.