Fans enjoy fantastic performance by former SA Idols winner Elvis Blue

Elvis Blue on stage.

THE Tropical Nites Theatre at the Wild Coast Sun Hotel and Casino Resort was the perfect setting for experiencing Elvis Blue, winner of the 2010 M-Net SA Idols competition, at his very best.

Saloshinee Judnarain and Vis Pillay of Port Shepstone.

With three platinum and one gold album (not to mention a long list of top 10 hits) to his credit Elvis Blue is one of the most successful artists in South Africa.

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He is well remembered as the South African Idol who unselfishly shared half his winnings with runner-up Lloyd Cele. After his big win, the first album he recorded was a huge hit and went platinum.

Ramsgate residents (from left) Corrie van Jaarsveld, Lienkie van Jaarsveld, Yolandie Lynch and Zaldi Joubert.

During his five-year absence from this area Elvis has been travelling all over the country, doing an average of 133 live shows a year. He remains a rare breed of South African entertainer as he is able to straddle both English and Afrikaans music genres with ease and relevance.

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With his unique blend of charisma and authenticity, Elvis’s shows are known for not only the perfect blend of well-known original hits and new music, but also for his comical and often whimsical storytelling that sweeps audiences along in a journey that is both personal and entertaining.

Leon Steyn and Kelsey Hohls of Uvongo.


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