Steve 'Elvis Elite' Elliot presents 'His Hands in Mine' a concert of sacred songs by Elvis Presley on April 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Sardis Community Church.

His Hand in Mine with Elvis Elite on Saturday

Steve Elliott, takes the stage on April 27 at Sardis Community Church.

The sacred songs of Elvis Presley will touch hearts when world-class tribute artist, Steve Elliott, takes the stage on April 27 at Sardis Community Church.

“His Hand In Mine” is the name of the special show by Chilliwack’s own Elvis Elite, with special guest Pasty Bartholomew with Just A Closer Walk With Thee.

Steve Elliott has been performing as Elvis since 2000, after he entered a karaoke contest on a lark, and won a set of Elvis CDs. He quickly fell in love with playing the music, and the magic of Elvis, and took the Top Canadian Tribute Champion title at the 2004 Pacific Northwest Elvis championship. He’s been a headliner  ever since.

Tickets are $20 at Graham’s Gifts and Verses, or 604-824-6770, for the show on South Sumas Road. Doors open at 7 p.m., with show at 7:30 p.m. Bring a non-perishable item for the Sardis Doorway program.

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