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Saturday, 24 September 2011 10:40

 

 

By ROMEO P. MARQUEZ

Member, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

 

O ne of the many songs popularized by rock 'n roll king Elvis Presley is “Blue Suede Shoes,” here interpreted by Edmund Arevalo during the Filipinos Making Waves Festival on Aug. 6-7, 2011, at Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square.

 

Edmund, according to Filipinos Making Waves Festival, is one of the Philippines' Best Elvis 3-time champion of an Elvis Sing-Alike contest organized by Elvis Presley Friendship Club Philippines in 2007, Filipino Toronto Impersonation contest 2010 and the Filipino Toronto Singing Idol champ of 2010.

 

Here's his video: "> 

 

For other stories and photos, please visit: 

1. http://currentsbreakingnews.blogspot.com/ 

2. http://torontonewsroom.blogspot.com/

3. http://timecircumstance.blogspot.com/

4. http://travelsthemes.blogspot.com/ 

5. http://gotchajournalist.blogspot.com/ .

 

 

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