Elvis Tribute - Mario Kombou

Has been performing his tribute to Elvis for 20 years. Mario trained as an actor and has starred in film, television and theatre around the world. Mario starred in the hit London West End musical production of “Jailhouse Rock” in the leading role of “Vince Everett” which ran successfully for a year and a half at the Piccadilly theatre.

Mario 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 anthems at Twickenham Rugby Stadium for the Barbarians and the All Blacks in front of 50’000 people.

Mario won the “Worldwide Images Of The King” competition in 2005 in Memphis Tennessee. Mario is the only tribute artist in the world to have been officially endorsed by Donna Presley (Elvis 1st cousin!). Mario is also endorsed by “Gracelands and EPE (Elvis Presley enterprises).

Mario is pleased to announce he and some of the cast of “Jailhouse Rock” are touring their new musical production “ The Elvis Years 1954-1977”. The show is at present touring the U.K nationwide. Mario has recently returned from a successful American tour where he won the “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest” in Atlantic City New Jersey hosted by “Legends in Concert” Las Vegas.