- Tribute Artist
About Reggie Randolph
Reggie Randolph was born and raised in Hueytown, Alabama, a small suburb outside of Birmingham. As a child his life was filled with music. He grew up listening to legends such as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and of course Elvis. Reggie’s love for music grew and so did his desire to perform. In August of 2000, his dreams became a reality when he auditioned and was chosen to perform on Dick Clark’s “Your Big Break”, a musical talent show hosted by NBC. Reggie’s first performance was aired before a national television audience. Since that time, opportunities have continued to present themselves. Reggie has performed in many venues across the United States and Canada. On October 12th 2001, he produced, directed and performed in his first full production “If I Can Dream”, a musical tribute to Elvis. Reggie has also appeared on the Ricki Lake show, performed at the Rialto Theatre in “An American Trilogy” and been featured in Karaoke Singers Magazine. His first CD was released last year entitled “In My Way”. Reggie is a versatile performer with the ability to depict each era of Elvis’ life. From the early Gold Lame and fun songs of the movie years to the raw black leather of the ’68 Comeback and the legendary Vegas years, Reggie maintains a performance of incredible authenticity.