THE LOVE SONGS OF ELVIS AND BUDDY Starring Scot Bruce and John Mueller Returns to ASF for Valentine’s Day 2014

January 17, 2014

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

 Contact: Tiffany Bell. 334.462.2747 or tiffany@mattercreativestudio.com 

 THE LOVE SONGS OF ELVIS AND BUDDY 

Starring Scot Bruce and John Mueller 

Returns to ASF for Valentine’s Day 2014 

Only 100 Tickets Remain! 

 MONTGOMERY, AL (Jan. 17, 2014) Burnin’ love will be in abundance when the Alabama Shakespeare Festival presents its third annual Valentine’s Day concert, The Love Songs of Elvis and Buddy, on Friday, February 14 at 7:30 p.m. The concert features Scot Bruce as Elvis Presley and John Mueller as Buddy Holly.

Only 100 seats remain for the concert, which has sold out the past two years.

Tickets start at $35 and are available at www.asf.net, by phone at 800.841.4273 or by visiting the ASF box office at 1 Festival Drive in the heart of Montgomery’s beautiful Blount Cultural Park. In addition to the concert, dinner service is available at the Black Swan Bar and Bistro, ASF’s on site restaurant featuring the cuisine of Jennie Weller. Reservations are encouraged and can be made through the box office.

Scot Bruce and John Mueller, who will be performing individual sets and together, are backed by a four-piece band made up of Nashville musicians. They will be performing such classic songs as Burnin’ Love,Suspicious Minds, Love Me Tender, That’ll be the Day, Oh, Boy and Every Day. 

The Montgomery Advertiser raved that Scot Bruce is “simply amazing. Scot Bruce doesn’t just look and sound like the king…he attracts king-sized audiences.” John Mueller won a Drama Desk award for his portrayal of Buddy Holly in The Buddy Holly Story. He also received high praise from Buddy Holly’s wife, Maria Elena Holly, who noted, “John is the only one who does it exactly like Buddy did. He is a great musician in his own right.”

The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is among the largest Shakespeare theatres in the world. Designated as the State Theatre of Alabama, ASF has been located in Montgomery since 1985 when it moved from Anniston as a result of Mr. and Mrs. Wynton Blount’s gift of a performance arts complex in the 240-acre Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park. 

 

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