Elvis tribute artist Tony Aversa, Lawrence, belts out the King's "Burnin' Love" with help from audience members Kelly Morgan, left, and Lisa Lord, both of Lawrence. The number was one of several dozen delivered during a two-hour performance at Steve's Place on Saturday night.
Elvis tribute artist Tony Aversa, Lawrence, assisted by his wife, Connie Turner, launches miniature teddy bears into an audience of about 250 Saturday night during a two-hour performance at Steve's Place in south Lawrence. The bears were "perfumed" with a blend of Brute aftershave (Presley's favorite) and Aversa's own persperation.
Lindsay Simms, 17, and Sarah Johnson, Lawrence, wiggle their fingers along with Elvis tribute artist Tony Aversa during a performance in south Lawrence Saturday night. The finger wiggling had been Presley's alternative to shaking his hips during a performance in Florida, where he was informed that such behavior would lead to his arrest.
Nancy Baker, Lawrence, is personally serenaded Saturday night by Elvis tribute artist Tony Aversa, Lawrence, during a two-hour performance in south Lawrence. The act drew around 250 people.