When Joe Hall appeared on “NBC’s America’s Got Talent,” Piers Morgan said, “Elvis is back in the building.” It’s a refrain that many of those seeing Hall’s Branson show, “Joseph Hall Presents Eras of the King,” are echoing. It is two hours of nonstop Elvis, one number after another. From the black leather era of “I’m All Shook Up” to the white jump suit era of “An American Trilogy,” Hall performs them all.
“It’s Now or Never,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” “Peace in the Valley,” “CC Rider,” “An American Trilogy,” “Hound Dog,” “All Shook Up,” “Johnnie Be Good,” “Mystery Train,” “Teddy Bear,” “Long Black Limousine” and many more but as important as the number and variety of songs he does is, the way he does them. It’s just so “Elvis.”
From beginning to end Hall has all the Elvis moves and sounds and just when you think he should be running out of energy he throws it into another gear. His performance of “Suspicious Minds” is amazing, both vocally and physically.
In the “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest,” Hall has placed in the top ten since its inception in 2007 in addition to his top ten finish on “NBC’s America’s Got Talent” in 2008. He is also officially recognized by “Elvis Presley Enterprises.”
If you are a true Elvis fan, you will definitely be a fan of Joseph Hall's Elvis Experience!