Elvis: The Early Years starring renowned tribute artist, Scot Bruce, originally from the Pacific Northwest where he was a radio personality and a drummer. To survive in the hard times, Scot Bruce started performing in a 1950s show, Elvis, which soon turned into a full-time career. To pursue music and acting as a career, he moved to Los Angeles in 1990. The show took him across the US and the whole world because of his ability to sing, play guitar, and mostly because of his unreal resemblance with the King.
Scot Bruce has been heard as the “Resident Elvis” with his pals “Mark and Brian” on their highly-rated morning radio show in Los Angeles. Scot appeared as Elvis in music videos with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow, did recurring roles on the hit soap operas Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful, a Pizza Hut commercial, the California Lottery “Elvis” ad campaign. He also had a chance of performing with the legendary Jordanaires as well as many successful productions of Idols of the King.
Get to know Scot Bruce at the show who has also been a regular performer at Disneyland and tours with the Legends of Rock & Roll.