2020 Performers

Paying homage to the king since 1989, Bill is absolutely one of the best Elvis tribute artists in the business. For Bill it’s not enough to sing, act and dance like the King, he even drives the same car as him—a Stutz Blackhawk (one of which can be seen at Graceland). His career has led him to perform with many of the same bands who backed Elvis, like the Jordaniers, the Sweet Inspirations, DJ Fontana, and members of J. D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet.

He has received many awards and accolades for his spot-on renditions. Prior to winning in Memphis, Bill took first place at the 2009 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Preliminaries in Tupelo, Mississippi. This back-to-back win proved historic as it was the first time any Elvis Tribute Artist won the title of Ultimate at both the birthplace and the hometown of Elvis Presley in the same year. He’s been honored by Time Magazine, as one of the top Elvis Tribute artist, and has also won The Heart of the King award in Las Vegas at the Hilton where Elvis performed for several years. While Bill never met the King, he’s doing fabulous work of maintaining his legacy, and impressing audiences at every one of his performances.

About Dean

Paying homage to the king since 1989, Bill is absolutely one of the best Elvis tribute artists in the business. For Bill it’s not enough to sing, act and dance like the King, he even drives the same car as him—a Stutz Blackhawk (one of which can be seen at Graceland). His career has led him to perform with many of the same bands who backed Elvis, like the Jordaniers, the Sweet Inspirations, DJ Fontana, and members of J. D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet.

He has received many awards and accolades for his spot-on renditions. Prior to winning in Memphis, Bill took first place at the 2009 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Preliminaries in Tupelo, Mississippi. This back-to-back win proved historic as it was the first time any Elvis Tribute Artist won the title of Ultimate at both the birthplace and the hometown of Elvis Presley in the same year. He’s been honored by Time Magazine, as one of the top Elvis Tribute artist, and has also won The Heart of the King award in Las Vegas at the Hilton where Elvis performed for several years. While Bill never met the King, he’s doing fabulous work of maintaining his legacy, and impressing audiences at every one of his performances.

About Bill
About Ben

Ben was just 5 years old, he discovered Mr Elvis Presley. As he grew, so did his love of The King. By the age of 15 Ben had started appearing as his idol, learning his moves, his manner and perfecting the vocals.He has competed in several competitions, winning 5 titles and is now the reigning 2018 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Champion. His other titles includes being the original winner of Europe's Tribute To Elvis in 2013 and the first international winner of Tupelo's Ultimate Elvis Contest. He was also presented with 'the key to the city' of Tupelo from Tupelo's very own Mayor Mr Jason Shelton. This is just one of many accolades that have been given to Ben in recognition for his work.He was also privileged to have starred as Elvis in the 2017 Sequel film Bladerunner 2049, alongside Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling. Now in 2018 at 24 years old, Ben is still touring the world performing in theatres, arena's and music festivals as Elvis Presley and demonstrating his ability to be one of the only few ETA's that can successfully portray all era's of The Kings Career.

About Cote

Cote Deonath’s interest in Elvis started at the age of two, when his grandmother sat with him to watch the Elvis movie, “Follow That Dream.” Cote was captivated by the movie, and by Elvis. At the age of three he started singing, and his first live performance was at the age of five, at the Dunnellon Christian School in Dunellon, Florida. Cote and his family traveled to Memphis, TN for Elvis Week in 2008. He sang under the tent at Graceland Plaza that year, and returned for the next three years.

In 2014 Cote competed in the Georgia Elvis Festival in Brunswick, GA, winning hs first contest in the Non-Pro Division. ​

In 2016 cote won his first Ultimate qualifier contest at the

Tampa Bay Elvis Festival and placed in the top 10 in Memphis.

This year Cote returned to the Ultimate again by winning

the 2017 Tupelo Elvis Festival.​The Year 2018 was a big one for Deonath, in a span of a year he took 7 different titles. Taking home 5 Grand Champion Titles and the covenanted Images Of The King World Championship! This is a feat in it's self, Deonath would represent Branson, MO in the 2018 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest. There he would place in the TOP 3 making him the highest ranking American ETA in the country!

Cote Travels the world spreading the music of The King and says it's s dream come true to pay tribute to the man he calls "The greatest entertainer to ever live!"  

About Jeff

Jeff Lewis grew up in Oklahoma and currently lives in Nashville, TN.  Jeff is a Grammy Nominated singer/songwriter and is a voting member of NARAS.  He has starred in several theatrical productions including Warrior, Atlanta, Glengarry Glen Ross, American Buffalo, Frederick Douglas: An American Prophet, and the Laramie Project and has appeared in films such as “Last Castle”, “Summer of Courage”, “Blood Rogues”, and “The Nothing”.  He is a published author, including his novel, “Serial West”.Jeff began his award winning Elvis Tribute Artist career in 2011.  He hosts the Jeff Lewis and Friends Music Festival, a one of a kind, yearly event that brings together some of the best Elvis Tribute Artists in the world on one stage.  Jeff also hosts the most popular Elvis Week after parties in Memphis at the world famous Hard Rock Café.  He has won the Last Chance Ultimate at the Hard Rock in Memphis, competed in the Elvis Presley Enterprises Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, and won, at the time, the largest purse in the history of Elvis Competitions at the Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee, WI.Jeff currently tours the world as a singer/songwriter, actor, Elvis Tribute Artist, performer, and emcee.