After Many Years Of Paul Performing Different Tribute Acts To One Artist, The Next Step Had To Be A Multi Tribute Project.

Already Performing Three Of These Tribute Acts Separately, His Management Company Encouraged And Helped To Write This Show Combining All The Tributes Into One Act Consisting Of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Robbie Williams, Ricky Martin And Freddie Mercury.

Emphasising That All Costume Changes Would Be On Stage In Front Of The Audiences Eyes With Never Once Having To Leave The Stage. The Show Became An Instant Hit, And Paul's Freddie Mercury Costume Change Has Become Legendary On The Tribute Circuit.

You Will See Paul Begin The Show Dressed In A Tuxedo, And Transcend Through Robbie Williams And Ricky Martin Ultimately Leaving The Stage Dressed As Freddie Mercury Of The Legendary Rock Group Queen.


The Sequel To The Already Popular Original Legends Show, Which Continues To Sell Out Year In Year Out, Paul And His Management Company Decided The Sequel Should Be Written Around One Of The Biggest Era’s Of Music ,The Rock And Roll Explosion Of The Late Fifties, Early Sixties. This Show Is Perfect For A Theme Night. It Contains Tribute’s To Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, The Big Bopper, Bill Haley, Roy Orbison, And The King Of The Era Himself, Mr Elvis Presley.

This Show Is Jam Packed With Hit After Hit Of The Biggest Songs Of The Sixties, With Portrayals Of The Biggest Stars Of That Era.

Elvis Has Left The Building!

Though Paul’s Costumes Are Made Authentic And The Music And Vocals Accurate, Paul Has Made This Show A Lot Of Fun, Paul Could Have Taken The Serious Route, But Chose To Make This Show A Tongue In Cheek Look At The Rock And Roll Era , The Order Of The Night Here Is A Few Laughs, Great Songs And Plenty Of Fun. Most End Up Jiving And Dancing Throughout The Whole Show.