If Elvis were alive today and still performing, he just might look and sound a lot like these guys. Imagining what modern-day songs Elvis would be covering if he were alive today is what makes this tribute act different from many of the others.
Russ Clayton was 10 years old when Elvis Presley died in 1977. Since then, his fascination for Elvis has grown. He has visited Graceland, and Elvis' birthplace in Tupelo, Mississippi. Russ is a Kindergarten Teacher, and a children's singer/songwriter from Bradford, Ontario. Pat Gowan is an extremely experienced Bass player. He has shared the stage with several well-known artists over the years, including his two brothers, Terry and Lawrence Gowan. Pat is an elementary school teacher in Innisfil, ON. Antti Patjas is a versatile drummer with over 30 years experience. He can play any style of music, including blues, rock, funk, jazz and country. Antti has had plenty of experience in the Toronto scene, and is also extremely talented in the recording studio. Laurence Walters is both an accomplished Bass player, and Lead guitarist. When Laurence is not shredding it up with Wreckroom Elvis, he lends his talents to other bands such as The Time Cats. Laurence also teaches guitar lessons through out York Region. The band is rounded out by Keyboard Player, Chris Ness from Barrie. Chris is a retired highschool Music Teacher, who enjoys racing vintage motorcycles. He has also been the Musical Director for several Community Theatre Productions throughout Simcoe County.