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Peter Vallee started singing in 1979 in a local Church and was told he sounded like a young Elvis Presley. Following on from this he played in a high school talent show contest and received a good reception, and from there he started to perform professionally. For the past 32 years he has been a full time Elvis performer, working regularly in Las Vegas. He works under the title 'Big Elvis' owing to his considerable 35 stone weight. He loves Vegas as its a 24 hour town, allowing you to make your own pace, he sees the city as an embodiment of the American dream, a place where you can put $50,000 on one roll of the dice.
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Greg Funnell / Adam Patterson 2011
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5616x3744 / 6.2MB
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PROJECT | Vegas Dreams
Peter Vallee started singing in 1979 in a local Church and was told he sounded like a young Elvis Presley. Following on from this he played in a high school talent show contest and received a good reception, and from there he started to perform professionally. For the past 32 years he has been a full time Elvis performer, working regularly in Las Vegas. He works under the title 'Big Elvis' owing to his considerable 35 stone weight. He loves Vegas as its a 24 hour town, allowing you to make your own pace, he sees the city as an embodiment of the American dream, a place where you can put $50,000 on one roll of the dice.