In 1999 Roy Leblanc entered the world’s largest Elvis contest held yearly in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. He won the championship that year and has never looked back. Shortly after that big win he formed a band and has since been performing at fairs, festivals, theatres, dance halls and casinos across the country wowing crowds with not only his voice but his stunning resemblance to Elvis himself.
Other accomplishments include taking top honours again in Collingwood in 2001, headlining in Memphis during Elvis week, meeting and performing with many with Elvis’s entourage like DJ Fontana, Joe Espisito and even the Jordinaires, and in 2003 Roy Leblanc was named “The World’s Finest Elvis Impersonator” at the annual Elvis Extravaganza in Las Vegas. This is an Elvis act that will not only fill the house but will bring down the house.
What They Say…
“Roy Leblanc has an amazing stage presence and a powerful voice, but what is most impressive is his respect for others which truly reflects the same values as my cousin Elvis Aaron Presley”
Respectfully – Donna Presley
“…had people of all ages up dancing and singing. The way he interacted with the crowd was truly amazing. At Defasco Steel’s Canada concert all 15,000 in attendance couldn’t believe their eyes or their ears. Elvis Lives!”
Dan Kay – Defasco Steel
“There are many Elvis acts and the ones that have the look rarely have the voice. Roy Leblanc has been blessed with both. Combine that with his charisma and you can see why Roy and one of the most sought after shows on the planet!
Will Chambers – Collingwood Elvis Fest
(World’s Largest Elvis Festival)