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Published on September 10, 2012

Thane Dunn broke in his new jumpsuit during the Windsor stop on his Remembering Elvis tour. This year marked 35 years since Elvis’ death.

Published on September 10, 2012

Hants Journal VIP concert ticket winner Mary Wilson, of Lower Burlington, brought her good friend and neighbor, Sandra Slauenwhite, pictured left, with her to see Thane Dunn perform as Elvis. By winning the contest, the pair, who toured Graceland in 2007, met Dunn backstage before the show, had posters autographed, and received two complimentary t-shirts.

Published on September 10, 2012

Thane Dunn showed off his latest jumpsuit at the Windsor stop on his Remembering Elvis tour.

Published on September 10, 2012

The Cadillac Kings are Thane Dunn’s back up band.

Published on September 10, 2012

When Thane Dunn took the stage in Windsor Sept. 8, the crowd went wild.

Published on September 10, 2012

The Cadillac Kings tour with Thane Dunn year-round. They were in town recently for their Remembering Elvis show Sept. 8.

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The audience at Thane Dunn’s Remembering Elvis show in Windsor were treated to a variety of classic Elvis songs Sept. 8.

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Women swarmed the stage to get a kiss — and a coveted scarf — from Thane Dunn during the song Love Me Tender.

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Keith Strong, from L'Arche Home Fires in Wolfville, stole the show as Thane Dunn had him come up on stage and perform Blue Suede Shoes during the Remembering Elvis concert at Mermaid Theatre Sept. 8.

Published on September 10, 2012

Keith Strong, from L'Arche Home Fires in Wolfville, stole the show as Thane Dunn had him come up on stage and perform Blue Suede Shoes during the Remembering Elvis concert at Mermaid Theatre Sept. 8.

Published on September 10, 2012

Thane Dunn channeled the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll during his Remembering Elvis show Sept. 8.

Published on September 10, 2012

Thane Dunn had the moves, the style and the sound of the King down pat for his Elvis tribute concert.

Renowned Elvis impersonator Thane Dunn, from Moncton, New Brunswick, shook, shimmied and playfully joked his way through Remembering Elvis Sept. 8. The near sell-out show at Mermaid Theatre featured timeless classics as well as some gospel favourites. Photos by Carole Morris-Underhill/The Hants Journal

, Windsor , Windsor, Nova Scotia , Mermaid Theatre
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  • Ogilvie
    September 10, 2012 - 14:06

    Best show I have ever seen.Windsor should bring more people to town so we don't have to go to Halifax.Thanks for a grea show.