Robert Washington
(Elvis)
Sunday, Lewiston 4:30-6:00 pm

Born in 1958 in St. Louis, MO, Robert Washington was raised in Cape Girardeau, MO. His first memories of Elvis® were of watching his movies on television. He also remembers hearing “Jail House Rock” on the radio and being impressed with the King’s style. From then on, he was a loyal Presley fan.

In 1977, while Robert was serving his country in the Marine Corps, he found himself connected to Elvis® as the singer died on Robert’s 19th birthday. For the next few years, Robert sang along with Elvis® and practiced his moves for fun. With the support of his wife, he added a microphone to his stereo system and performed only for close friends.

In 1983, Robert entertained on stage for the first time in Waukegan, IL. His rendition of “Don’t Be Cruel” went over so well that he ended up singing for the rest of the evening. That was the beginning of his career.

Since then, Robert has competed in the Images of Elvis® Competition several times, finishing in the top 3 every time.

Robert’s voice is pure and true – he captures the “Elvis®” sound like very few Impersonators. He wear the costumes Elvis® made famous with dignity and looks fantastic on stage at all times. His moves bring his audience to a fever pitch and leave them screaming for more.

A true gentleman in every way, Robert Washington will make your event memorable in every way. He is an Entertainer enjoyed by all.


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