Lindsay makes way for The King… of impersonators
Elvis tribute artist Jim Anderson & the Rebels perform on Nov. 9 at the Lindsay Community Theater
LINDSAY – Jim Anderson was just 9 years old when the king of rock-n-roll died, but the few years he was able to hear him on the radio left a lasting impression.
Now 51 years old, Anderson is one of the most authentic Elvis tribute artists keeping Presley’s legend alive for new generations of fans.
Anderson will bring “An Authentic Elvis Experience” to the Lindsay Community Theater on Saturday, Nov. 9. Anderson and his band, the Rebels, have been performing to sold out venues in California, Washington, and Nevada for years and are back at it with a new show that is touring the U.S. and abroad.
This show has never had a negative review and has sold out most of its venues. It has already sold out the Firehouse Arts Theater in Pleasanton five weeks in advance. Jim Anderson & the Rebels were the featured act at the Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno for the entire week of Hot August Nights, a hot rod and rock music festival.
Anderson is a retired sheriff and is currently a SAG (Screen Actors Guild) member. He shot his first feature film in 2017 with a lead role in the Time-Warner production “American Paradise.” The short film was selected for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Anderson was also featured in a national Ford commercial later that same year. In between television and movies, he is dedicated to performing as many shows as possible.
Showtime is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are just $19.99 and are available at LindsayCommunityTheater.com. For more information, contact Theater Manager Jim Kliegl by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 559-284-2223.