ON STAGE: Eddy Daniels is bringing his League of Legends show to Brothers Leagues Club Saturday.
ON STAGE: Eddy Daniels is bringing his League of Legends show to Brothers Leagues Club Saturday. Contributed

Eddie's League of Legends at Brothers

BE AT Brothers Leagues Club this Friday to see three of the most spectacular entertainers of all time, together in one show, in three hours of superb entertainment presented by Australia's foremost vocal impressionist, Eddie Daniels.

As a vocal impressionist Eddie is second to none with an amazing ability to recreate the magic sounds of the sixties, add a three-octave vocal range and to top this off he performs like he was 'born on stage' with a very likable personality.

The unmistakable voice of Gene Pitney will be heard again during this rare live recreation of the legendary superstar.

Eddie will perform a selection of his greatest hits including favourites such as The Man who shot Liberty Valance; 24 Hours from Tulsa; Half Heaven, Half Heartache; Mecca; Jukebox; Town Without Pity plus many more. Also on stage will be Roy Orbison, The most outstanding singer-songwriter of all time with over 50 top 10 hits and millions of record sales worldwide. "Orbison was described as a clear tenor that soared into an angelic falsetto" - the voice of an angel.

Eddie toured the world for over 25 years performing his "Memories of Orbison" show, vocally perfect and visually stunning, many people comment about how close Eddie's vocal is to Orbison and describe that goosebump feeling.

The stage wouldn't be complete with out "The King".

Beamed around the world in 1973, Elvis re-created himself that night, performing a combination of rockabilly hits and beautiful ballads. He silenced his critics and showed the world why he is "The King".

Elvis had a look and presence on stage that melted hearts.

"The King" lives again with this performance of his greatest hits from "In the Ghetto" to "American Trilogy"

Eddie moves his audience on an emotional rollercoaster from sad ballads to the humour and fun that was Elvis.