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Video: Northern Ireland’s favourite Elvis tribute singer brings 'The Kings' gospel to Belfast's St Anne's Cathedral

By Kirsten Elder

Jim ‘The King’ Brown is bringing the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s gospel music and more to St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast to celebrate the faith of Presley, his songs and his life.

With ‘the two sides’ to Elvis tribute show, Jim wows the audience with the first half of his act dedicated to the gospel and faith of Presley and the second-half full of rock ‘n’ roll hits.

Jim said, “Elvis was well known for being a spiritual man who not only remained true to his faith - even in his darkest days - but loved celebrating his faith on stage singing gospel music.

"Of his 14 Grammy nominations three of them were to become some of his most famous gospel music - You’ll Never Walk Alone, He Touched Me and How Great Thou Art.”

Jim added: "I'm delighted to get the opportunity to bring Elvis' two passions in life together - gospel and rock n' roll.

"The show at St Anne's Cathedral will be filled with those big hits we love accompanied by a gospel choir and some amazing instrumentation from the Ionian String Quartet.

"I look forward to all my shows but this one is going to have an amazing sound, the acoustics in St Anne's are beyond magical. I can't wait to share the experience with Elvis lovers from across the country."

For more information and tickets visit www.musicglue.com/belfast-cathedral.

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