The Beached Boys meet Elvis
9 November 2013 Entry £12.50 Doors 7:00pm
One of Britain's finest Beach Boys tributes 'The Beached Boys' bring their summer surfing sounds to an autumnal Faversham for an evening of great entertainment. Joining in with his own brilliant tribute to 'the King' is Cliff Castle, who recreates the sounds and actions of Elvis Presley with uncanny accuracy. The last time The Beach Boys met Elvis he delivered a karate chop to Brian Wilson and walked out - lets hope there is no repetition this time!
Elvis's influence on the development of British pop music should never be underestimated, and Paul McCartney has always said that the Beach Boy's Pet Sounds album was the spur to produce the Sergeant Peppers album. With great hits like Hound Dog, Wooden Heart, Return to Sender and Devil in Disguise mixing with I Get Around, Good Vibrations, California Girls, Darlin', and loads more this is going to be one of the best nights ever at The Old Brewery Store!
Before you book this event please see our Trio of Tributes Offer covering this and two other tribute gigs.