THE legacy of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll is celebrated in a new show.

The Elvis Years is a concert telling the story of Elvis through the years and is at City Hall, Salisbury on January 26, 7.30pm.

The show features original lead of Jailhouse Rock in the West End, Mario Kombou and his band, and is led by the award-winning, producer and musical director, David Mackay.

With authentic costumes and rare film footage, The Elvis Years features more than 50 of the King’s greatest hits including Hound Dog, It’s Now or Never, Suspicious Minds, American Trilogy and many more, as well as lesser known tracks such as Rock A Hula Baby and Bossa Nova Baby.

Actor and singer Mario Kombou has been performing as Elvis for over 20 years.

He said: “There is something about Elvis and his music that speaks to people. He was the king. His music is too special to let fade into history, and seeing the audience light up night after night is such an incredible experience.

“There is a reason this show sells out in some of the best venues in the country, and that is because the King of Rock n’ Roll is as important now as he ever was.”

Mario starred in the hit West End musical production of Jailhouse Rock in the role of Elvis Presley’s character Vince Everett, which had a successful run at the Piccadilly Theatre. He has performed live to millions of people on various television and radio shows such as Top Of The Pops and GMTV, and was asked to sing the National Anthem at Twickenham Rugby Stadium to an audience of 50,000 people.

For tickets or more information call the City Hall box office 01722 434434 or go to