- Tribute Artist
About Brandon Bennett
Brandon Bennett is a handsome southern boy from the city of Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Not only does he look like Elvis, but his entertaining ability only reinforces the illusion. Brandon shows include performances from the 50’s, 60’s and the 70’s. He has appeared at many venues including festivals, corporate events and commercials around the USA and Canada and Casinos from Louisiana to Las Vegas with his band “The Heart Break Orchestra”. He has been employed by Boyd Gaming of Las Vegas, NV. for the past two and a half years doing his tribute show. He preformed his tribute show at the “Legendary Stardust Casino” in Las Vegas. He appeared in the reenactment of the “50th Anniversary of Elvis’ Return Home as a Star in 1956” at the Tupelo Festival in 2006. He traveled with the Memphis CVB to Hawaii to represent Memphis and Elvis at the convention being held there. He has appeared on the NBC Nightly news, performed at the Louisiana Hayride with the Louisiana Cavalcade , performed to a sold out audience with the legendary Jordanairs, won the “King of Kings” contest on the Ricki Lake Show and was the winner of the “2002 International Images of the King Contest” held in Memphis, TN. He has opened for performers like Diamond Rio, Ronnie Milsap, Neal McCoy, Chuck Berry, and Joe Stampley. He appeared at the launching of the new Elvis Presley Peanut Butter and Banana Creme Reese cup and the unveiling of a 1957 pink Cadillac built by Boyd Coddington. Brandon is also a paid Fireman in his home town. Brandon considers himself truly blessed to be doing something he loves. He enjoys sharing Elvis’ music with others and keeping his memory alive.