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Valleyfield native, Sylvain Leduc, is set to ascend the Elvis Presley
Tribute Artist contest circuit. In his single year of competing, he has
won all the competitions he has entered. He won first place in Lake
George, NY last summer at the Ultimate Elvis Festival for the “Best 70s
Elvis”, and again at the 5e convention d'Elvis Presley in Quebec City
last November, and is poised to win more this year.
“I never really wanted to compete, because I believe we [Elvis Tribute
Artists- know as ETAs in ‘the biz’] are all equal because we share the
same passion”, says Leduc. “But after meeting and sharing with the
other Elvis’ and the fans, I really enjoyed the contest festival
atmosphere.” This year, he will be competing again in Lake George,
as well as the classic ‘Collingwood Elvis Festival’, in Ontario in July. He
will be taking the stage very soon, March 26 in fact, in the ‘Lady Luck
Music 26th Annual Montreal Elvis Peoples Choice Competition’ in Ville
The Rural Arts Project is thrilled to welcome such an in demand artist to the Grove Hall stage, in
Huntingdon on Saturday, April 2, 2016. Fans will remember Sylvain Leduc from his last Huntingdon
appearance in October, however he will be bringing a different show and different music. What won’t have
changed is his charisma on stage and charming the ladies. Rumour has it, he even has a few special gifts
for some of his younger fans.
Leduc has always favoured “the King” in terms of repertoire. He sang on stage for the first time the year
Elvis died, and like many of our local talented young people, he got his start in high school. Winning his
school’s talent show with his rendition of “Heartbreak Hotel”; he has always been a dedicated fan. When he
returned to the stage years later, he was drawn the King’s later years; the flashy jumpsuits and colourful
soulful music, and the polished showmanship. A real estate agent based in Valleyfield by day, you might
recognize Leduc’s name from the signs, however once in costume, his act lives up to its title “The Best of
70’s Elvis”. The transformation is amazing to witness.
On stage with Leduc, in classic Elvis style, is his wingman Don Beyor, providing Elvis with sips of water, and
gifts for the ladies in the audience who catch Elvis’ eye. A lifelong Elvis aficionado, Beyor says “Sylvain is
the closest thing to the King that I have ever seen or heard in my lifetime ... I have seen many performers:
Vegas, Atlantic City, Myrtle Beach, Montreal at various venues. No one comes near in terms of looks, voice
and speech!” Don was so impressed that he has dedicated his post-marketing career retirement to
supporting Sylvain Leduc in his ascent to become the number one Elvis Tribute Artist in Canada.
The tickets for the April 2nd show are Grove Hall, which are $20, are available on-line at www.grovehall.ca
or by calling Don at 450 264-8128.
For more information: http://sylvainleducelvis.com
For One Show Only!
Saturday, April 2 at 8:00
Doors open at 7:15