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Ralph Carr and Priscilla Presley

Ralph Carr and Priscilla Presley

Ralph Carr To Bring Back Elvis The Wonder Of You To Australia In 2018

by Paul Cashmere on November 15, 2017

in News

Australian music industry legend Ralph Carr is planning on keeping the legacy of Elvis alive in Australia in 2018 by bringing back the Elvis ‘The Wonder of You’ orchestra for a tour.

Carr’s RCM Touring was behind the 2017 The Wonder of You tour in 2017 that played to audiences in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. In Melbourne the show played at an arena for three nights and had two nights in Sydney. Chong Lim directed the 40-piece orchestra.

Ralph Carr has just finished an Australian tour for Priscilla Presley. ‘Elvis and Me: An Evening With Priscilla Presley’ visited the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.

Priscilla Presley is working directly with Ralph Carr for the 2018 event. “It is a thrill to announce that Priscilla Presley has agreed to come to Australia,” commented Ralph Carr, “she is aware of the huge success the recent ELVIS LIVE tour was and is looking forward to coming to speak to Australian audiences. Guests of this remarkable experience will be intrigued, surprised and entertained by Priscilla herself, live on stage in this open unique conversation,”

Carr’s RCM Touring will also tour the Roy Orbison In Dreams Hologram tour across Australia in 2018.

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