Mario Kombou

Mario Kombou

Mario has been performing his tribute to Elvis for over 25 years. Trained as an actor, has appeared in Theatre and Television all over the world. Mario played the lead role of Vince Everett in the hit London Musical Production of Jailhouse Rock which ran for a year and a half at the Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End.

Mario won the Images of the King Contest in Memphis Tennessee in 2005 and was the first European (British ETA) to do so.

Mario was asked to sing the National Anthems of the Barbarians and the All Blacks Rugby teams at the world famous “Twickenham Rugby Ground” in front of 70,000 watching spectators in the ground and Millions watching on T.V. Mario has his own musical production called “The Elvis Years” and along with original cast members and the musical director from “Jailhouse Rock” Mr Dave Mackay they are touring the U.K and Europe telling the story of Elvis’s life from his very first recordings all the way through to his sell out Las Vegas shows.

 

2018 qualifier to the Ultimate Elvis tribute competition - top 10!