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Greaser Dave
Oak Lawn High School Class of 1971



How Great Thou Art (1967)
 Long before Elvis was the Ed Sullivan Rock 'N Roll sensation of the nation, he was a huge fan of Gospel Music. In the early 1950s he attended all-night gospel concerts at the First Assembly of God and Ellis Auditorium in Memphis and adored and befriended such famous groups as the Blackwood Brothers,  Stamps Quartet, and the Statesmen.  Elvis cherished Southern Gospel music from his early childhood days in Tupelo, MS until his death in Memphis. His only Grammy was for his gospel music. Elvis recorded almost 50 gospel songs and released three critically acclaimed gospel albums during his lifetime.
 One of the shows we  offer is a Gospel Brunch with Elvis, which celebrates the music most loved by Elvis. Be sure to consider this great show for your next banquet, restaurant, or special event.
 




TESTIMONIALS

" Elvis Presley impressionist Dave Carlson took his act to Lake Forest recently where he performed for John Hughes of 'Home Alone' fame.  Carlson... was featured at a day long high school graduation party for Hughes' son."
 
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 "His voice is excellent, and the shows are always exciting and different."
 
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 "He did an outstanding job impersonating Elvis... Our seniors couldn't stop talking about the wonderful entertainment and evening"



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