The Bubba Feathers Band and The Hired Gunnz with Bubba Feathers on Guitar, Gunnar Sansom on Keyboard, Ray Gann on Bass and Fredie Norman on Drums
Elvis Week 2019
Elvis Trivia, Elvis Dance Music, and Elvis Karaoke hosted by Jeff and Debbie
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 9, 2019
Archbishop Dorian Baxter aka Elvis Priestly to Rock ‘n’ Roll Beale Street during Elvis Week 2019
Memphis, TN — Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk is pleased to announce that Archbishop Dorian Baxter, also known as Elvis Priestly and the Archbishop of Beale Street, will Rock ‘n’ Roll Beale Street during Elvis Week 2019, with performances at Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk, located at 310 Beale Street, and Club Handy, located at 200 Beale Street.
Attention Elvis fans! Elvis has not died and gone to heaven — he lives on in Archbishop Dorian Baxter! Dorian a much sought after Singer, Entertainer, and Motivational Speaker has been recognized as the #1 Elvis Tribute Artist in the world today by the creator of ‘Legends in Live Concert’, Johnny Stewart of Las Vegas, Nevada, personifying the spiritual heart and soul of Elvis Presley, the King of Rock & Roll! Whether he speaks to an intimate gathering, or a crowd of 50,000, you are guaranteed an event full of humor and inspiration.
Elvis Priestly will perform during Elvis Week 2019 from Tuesday, August 13, 2019, through Thursday, August 15, 2019. This year’s schedule includes performances at Club Handy (across the street from Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk), at 10:00pm on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, at 10:00pm on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, and at 8:00pm on Thursday, August 15, 2019, as well as performances at Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk at 11:00pm on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, and at 11:00pm on Thursday, August 15, 2019. Elvis Priestley’s Elvis impersonation is known to be dead on and he puts on a show you won’t want to miss!
Elvis fans may also schedule Elvis-themed Wedding Vow Renewal ceremonies with Archbishop Dorian Baxter, which include a special Elvis Wedding Vow Renewal certificate made with 5 ct. gold ink, as well as purchase his book, “From Mombasa to Memphis,” which tells the story of the phenomenal impact Elvis has had and continues to have on the lives of millions and millions of people from every race, culture, and creed around the world as well as how Elvis has permeated his experience as Anglican Archbishop, educator, motivational speaker, entertainer, politician, and activist.
Archbishop Dorian Baxter said, “Elvis Presley came bursting into my life on my 5th birthday. The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll has impacted men, women, and children around the world and he has been my inspiration as Elvis Priestly to perform his music and spread the Good Word of Jesus Christ, the King of Kings!”
JJ Spencer, General Manager of Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk, said, “Archbishop Dorian Baxter is a world-renowned Elvis impersonator and we are thrilled that he has chosen to celebrate Elvis Week 2019 at Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café and Honky. Beale Street is the ultimate Elvis-themed destination for Elvis Week activities, and fans of Elvis can renew their vows with Elvis Priestly, hear him sing, and learn the fascinating story of Elvis’ impact on his life.”
About Archbishop Dorian Baxter
Born in Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa, on April 3, 1950, Dorian Baxter discovered the amazing musical talent of Elvis Presley on his 5th birthday in 1955 and it changed his life. Dorian moved to Canada in 1968 and was ordained into the Anglican Church of Canada on May 15, 1983, by Archbishop Lewis Garnsworthy. He was consecrated Archbishop of the Federation of Independent Anglican Churches of North America on March 9, 2003, by Bishop Christopher Jukes and Bishop Anthony Ouehand according to the Church of England’s rite of apostolic succession. Dorian received his Bachelor’s Degree from York University and his Master’s Degree in Divinity from the University of Toronto. He has two daughters Rachel and Malaika.
About Jerry Lee Lewis’ Café & Honky Tonk
Jerry Lee Lewis built his name in Memphis and now he showcases the best Delta musicians. Located on World Famous Beale Street in the heart of downtown Memphis, Jerry Lee Lewis Café & Honky Tonk is filled with The Killer’s piano, motorcycle, photos, memorabilia, along with great food and live music. It’s walking distance from the FedEx Forum, making it the prime location to stop and eat before the big game or concert. We open early and stay open late, catering to both tourists and party animals alike.