Jesse Garron fills a void for those who have never seen an Elvis concert. Some that have even claim Jesse is better. He appreciates the complement and is humbled by the loyalty of his fans. Jesse performs his show for them and to pay tribute to the American icon.
Acclaimed as the "closest thing to the King", Jesse possesses the voice, looks and charisma that made Elvis a superstar. His Vegas-style rendition is a consistent fan favorite that draws audiences in from the minute he walks on stage and leaves them standing at the end of the performance. Jesse sings the songs that cross three generations of rock, pop, gospel and oldies music so his act has universal appeal. He is a natural front-man, interacting with the crowd at all times and signing autographs after the show.
Jesse uses the name of Elvis’ twin brother who died at birth. He comes from a family of singers and musicians and has an impressive vocal range. Inspired by Elvis at the age of four, Jesse got his first break to sing publicly in a high school talent show. Club owners later discovered him and encouraged him to sing in larger venues.
Since the first tribute performance in 1997, Jesse has grown to serve venues across the country with an invitation to perform for the United States Embassy in Algiers. His Tribute to Elvis has shared the bill with acts such as the Temptations, KC and the Sunshine Band, Lonestar and Bill Haley’s Comets among others. Dressed in authentic costumes and backed by the Jesse Garron Band, his genuine portrayal has prompted billboards, live on-air radio interviews, television promotions and feature articles in print media nationwide.
Westbury Music Fair, New York
Isle of Capri Casino, Louisiana
Richmond Raceway Complex, Virginia
San Carlos Park, Arizona
Delaware Park Casino & Racetrack, Delaware
Ocean City Convention Center, Maryland
Wildwood Convention Center, New Jersey