Kelvis – Elvis Impersonator
A winner of countless regional and national Elvis impersonator competitions, it’s remarkable that “Kelvis” has only been performing as Elvis since 2001. What started as a joke for family quickly became more serious to this true Elvis fan. Kevin’s stage attire went from one homemade suit to an array of gorgeous jumpsuits, including an authentic Aloha reproduction, custom-made for $3,000 by B & K Enterprises.
After placing third in his very first Elvis competition at the 2002 Cuyahoga County Fair, Kevin advanced to the national finals in Las Vegas where he placed thirteenth. Other prizes include first place at the 2005 Cuyahoga Co. Fair, second place at the 2004 Lake George, NY Elvis competition, and second place at the 2004 Indiana State Fair Elvis contest. Kevin also appeared on Fox 8 In the Morning, the I-X Center, and for the Make A Wish Foundation.
Kevin’s goal as an Elvis tribute artist is to keep Elvis’ memory alive and to help create a new generation of Elvis fans.
Photos by Genevieve Nisly Photography
Kelvis is great as a performer and as the start to our weekend event. He really got things rolling. He also personalized the Elvis scarves to the delight of our members. He was very accommodating, he didn’t rush out after his performance. His costume was very authentic down to the jewelry. Beta Sigma Phi Cleveland Council greatly recommends him!Barbara PainterMay 15, 2009Holiday Inn Westlake
Kelvis was worth every penny. What a pleasant surprise. Kelvis was outstanding. He made our 50th class reunion so very special. Everyone enjoyed him. One classmate thought Kelvis’ voice was better than ‘The King.’Joan IsenbergSep 15, 2007Holiday Inn Westlake
Elvis was Awesome! Great job, lots of fun.John Caruso, Pulte HomesSep 29, 2006Pioneer Ridge Community Center
We needed something to bring excitement to our client appreciation event and Kelvis was perfect. His imitation of Elvis was startling! He even sounds just like the king. Our group was very impressed and he brought the ‘special’ touch we were looking for.Sharon Arrington, HNTB Corp.Sep 19, 2005Windows on the River