Battle of the Bands raises funds for exotic wild animal sanctuary

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A music extravaganza combining two of the most memorable sounds in recent history, The King of Rock and Roll, and the Fab Four from across the pond.  Elvis impersonator James Kruk, and Beatles Tribute Band, with the Beatles, “The Concert Experience.” For anyone wanting to return to an era when music was all about sound and voice range, this was the event to attend.

A music extravaganza combining two of the most memorable sounds in recent history, The King of Rock and Roll, and the Fab Four from across the pond.  Elvis impersonator James Kruk, and Beatles Tribute Band, with the Beatles, “The Concert Experience.” For anyone wanting to return to an era when music was all about sound and voice range, this was the event to attend.

James Kruk always entertains with his flawless interpretation of the King of Rock and Roll, mingling among the people, dancing and putting on Elvis for everyone to enjoy.  His voice is pure as he croons favorites like “Love Me Tender” and “You Ain’t Nothin’ But a Hound Dog.” The music of old was like a magic spell taking your mind back to a day when girls swooned reaching for a man who became a legend in his own time for a voice that mastered any song he performed.  When James Kruk enters the scene, it’s hard not to imagine Elvis himself walking out on stage.  

Then, for those who just can’t get enough of the Fab Four, With The Beatles, The Concert Experience delivered an awesome performance of another legend in their own time.   This BeatleMania tribute band is made up of four extremely talented musicians who embody John, Paul, George and Ringo.

This event was a fundraiser to benefit Lions Tigers and Bears, Alpine’s exotic animal rescue, located in the Japatul Valley on Martin Way. Lions, Tigers and Bears is owned and operated by Bobbi Brink.  Brink is responsible for saving Lions, Mountain Lions, Bengal Tigers, Bears, Bobcats, a Serval, a Leopard, and several domestic animals.

If you are interested in learning more about how you can help save Big Cats, and other exotic animals from abusive, and neglectful situations, you can always visit the Lions Tigers and Bears web site at www.lionstigersandbears.org.

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