What’s better than a kid who can pull off that distinctive Elvis look? How about one who can sing, dance, or even play like him? In this fun list of Elvis-lovin’ kids, we have both professional competitors and amatuers alike. Some of them are older than others, some are showing off for school plays, and some have been at it for years. We even have some that have made professional recordings. So, lean back, get comfortable and enjoy these amazingly talented kids impersonate The King himself.
Johnny Be Good
Here’s a kid who knows how to shake a leg like Elvis. Watch as he dances to the lively tune Johnny Be Good and swings his guitar around his neck in true Rock ‘n’ Roll fashion!
Can’t Help Falling in Love
Watch this little boy as he sings Elvis karaoke, and try not to fall in love with his rendition of Can’t Help Falling in Love!
Jail House Rock
This little Elvis has his own back up choir. Check out thier version of Jail House Rock. Go on, sing along!
Love Me Tender
He has the looks, he has the voice, and he has great facial expressions. This performance of Love Me Tender is definitely entertaining.
Here’s another kid with that special ability to capture the Elvis spirit. Just listen to how expressive he is while singing One Night.
First Train to Memphis
Finley Watkins performs Elvis songs regularly. He sings and plays the guitar. This recording of First Train to Memphis showcases his talent.
Here’s another kid with great stage presence, and man can he dance! Just watch him shake his legs as he sings Hound Dog.
Raffi Arto is an amazing piano player who happens to like Elvis. Listen to his cover of My Baby, and be amazed by his passionate performance.
David Thibault is more than an impersonator. He has Elvis’ voice. Watch this clip of him recording Blue Christmas.
Blue Suede Shoes
Check out this rehersal of Blue Suede Shoes. This young man is another one who can pull off those signature Elvis dance moves. Take a look and clap along with the audience.
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