"I learned how important it is to entertain people and give them a reason to come and watch you play." - Elvis Presley

Brent Giddens is an Elvis Tribute artist that has competed in national competitions and has played in and around the state of Oklahoma in multiple venues. Brent has worked at Casinos, Theatres, Nightclubs, private parties, and sang for politicians and state officials.

Elvis Presley Enterprises held contest throughout the world, including Australia, England, France, Canada and the United States. Thousands of Elvis Tribute Artist competed for the honor of becoming champion.
2010 was Brent’s first appearance in the Elvis Extravaganza, and even with his limited experience, he rocked the stage and was named a national semi-finalist. Brent has taken that experience and set the stage and the state on fire.

Brent is now taking his talents on the road in a high energy show that features all the era's of Elvis's career. His uncanny ability to entertain an audience, and sultry voice is unmatched. His ability to recreate Elvis's performances from the 50's to the 70's concert years has his audiences on the edge of their seats.

Hailing from Cleveland,Oklahoma, Brent’s southern roots bring the essence of Elvis's charm and charisma to the stage. With multiple costume changes and looks, Brent brings the true feeling of being in the audience at an Elvis show.

The show takes the audience on a journey through Elvis's career. Highlighted by the King of Rock and Rolls introduction to the world in the 1950's, the hits from some of Elvis's 33 movies, the famous 1968 television appearance that marked Elvis's return to live performances and of course the concert years that are now so symbolized by the powerful vocals, high energy stage performances and the legendary jumpsuits.
Brent has performed at many venues including festivals, corporate events and Casinos, and even has a band available to perform behind him if someone requests one. Brent’s band is called “The Travellers.”
Brent has a voice that has an uncanny resemblance to Elvis. When people close their eyes, they swear that they are listening to Elvis himself. Because of that uncanny resemblance, Brent’s show has taken the name “An Echo of the King.”
Brent is also a teacher and a basketball coach at a high school in Oklahoma, and has been very successful in that career. Brent considers himself truly blessed to be doing something he loves. He enjoys sharing Elvis' music with others and keeping his memory alive.