Rory Allen is a world-class entertainer and Elvis Presley tribute artist. His incredible show has been extremely well-received by even the most faithful Elvis fans and friends.
Rory has performed internationally on stage, radio and television. He is equally at home performing at private and corporate events or to crowds at casinos, theatres and stadiums. Rory has performed with the Regina Symphony Orchestra, 50’s Rock ‘n’ Roll group Danny & the Juniors, as well as concerts with Dove-Award winning quartet, Elvis’ Imperials.
Rory has also been privileged to sing and record on several occasions with Grammy Award-winning quartet, the legendary Jordanaires, from Nashville, Tennessee. Rory’s last performances with the Jordanaires were two evenings of inspirational and gospel music that not only raised much-needed money and awareness for the Regina Food Bank, but the resulting live concert CD In My Father’s House was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award for Outstanding Christian Recording.
Rory has released his 7th CD, If She Only Knew, to rave reviews. This collection of original songs has been eagerly received by Rory’s extensive loyal fan base, as well as legions of new fans and friends.
Rory Allen is in demand for private and corporate functions throughout the year and is a proven draw and crowd favorite as a regular casino headline entertainer, playing to packed houses and standing ovations.
Backed up by his fabulous 11-piece band, Rory fills his full-length shows with solid gold Elvis hits, drawing from a vast repertoire of over 180 rock and roll classics, ballads and heartfelt gospel songs. His authentic vocals and stunning costumes combined with his remarkable energy and audience rapport all add up to a great entertainment package.
Bring back those good-time memories from the 50's, 60's, and 70's.
Don’t miss Rory Allen’s unforgettable Tribute to the King!
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Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada, Rory has always enjoyed entertaining people and from an early age he thrived on stage. Gospel music and singing in church played a huge part in developing his rich, clear and powerful singing voice.
Recognized for their numerous charitable and fundraising activities, Rory and his wife, Lorie, were awarded Saskatchewan Centennial Medals. As well, Rory and Lorie were named Citizens of the Year 2011 by CTV Regina in appreciation of their ongoing generosity and community service.
Also in appreciation of their generosity in giving of their time to many worthwhile causes, Her Honour, the Honourable Lieutenant Governor, Vaughn Solomon Schofield recently hand-picked Rory and Lorie to present them with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals!