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Elvis tribute artist Tyler Christopher proved he was the “Big Boss Man” at Saturday’s concert fundraiser at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The sold-out concert was enjoyed by more than 250 Elvis fans of all ages, according to center director Mechell Frost, who told The Times-Gazette that plans are already being made for a return engagement next year of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Elvis tribute artist Tyler Christopher proved he was the “Big Boss Man” at Saturday’s concert fundraiser at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The sold-out concert was enjoyed by more than 250 Elvis fans of all ages, according to center director Mechell Frost, who told The Times-Gazette that plans are already being made for a return engagement next year of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

Elvis tribute artist Tyler Christopher proved he was the “Big Boss Man” at Saturday’s concert fundraiser at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The sold-out concert was enjoyed by more than 250 Elvis fans of all ages, according to center director Mechell Frost, who told The Times-Gazette that plans are already being made for a return engagement next year of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Elvis tribute artist Tyler Christopher proved he was the “Big Boss Man” at Saturday’s concert fundraiser at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The sold-out concert was enjoyed by more than 250 Elvis fans of all ages, according to center director Mechell Frost, who told The Times-Gazette that plans are already being made for a return engagement next year of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/03/web1_Elvis-5.jpgElvis tribute artist Tyler Christopher proved he was the “Big Boss Man” at Saturday’s concert fundraiser at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center. The sold-out concert was enjoyed by more than 250 Elvis fans of all ages, according to center director Mechell Frost, who told The Times-Gazette that plans are already being made for a return engagement next year of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette