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A Live and in Person Impersonator

September 09, 1993|LEO SMITH

Watch the hips swivel. Watch the girls go wild. Watch Raymond Michael, Ventura County's resident Elvis impersonator, entertain the crowd at Camarillo's Constitution Park on Saturday evening.

The show will mark the conclusion of the Camarillo Arts Council's 10th season of free public concerts. And what better way to honor the occasion than with an appearance by the King--or at least the next best thing to the King?

Michael has been portraying the rock 'n' roll legend for the past 21 years. He, his sizable backup band and his extensive collection of glittery jumpsuits have performed throughout the United States--including Las Vegas, of course--and in Japan, Korea and Australia.

The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. The park is located at Carmen Drive and Paseo Camarillo, next to Camarillo City Hall. Food and drink will be available. The Arts Council is dedicating the concert to the Meadowlark Service League, a philanthropic organization that was a major sponsor of the summer concert series.

For more information, call 987-7847.

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