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A book by Melody Sanders and June Moore

So you want to be an Elvis Tribute Artist...

Do you have any idea of what happens when your standing in front of a group of screaming women, all vying for your attention at the same time... attempting to rip away any dignity that you possess?

Or how about the feelings of finding out you have unwillingly succumbed to the lack of individuality in the entertainment business?

In the end you come to the realization that your whole retirement package consists of being noted as an Elvis Tribute Artist, but never given the chance to perform and showcase your own persona?

June Moore and I have been working steadily over the past 5 years, bringing to you a wealth of knowledge about this provocative entertainment business.

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes... is a book that can become an invaluable tool for any entertainer, or simply provide the fan with a little clearer understanding of what it's like to be on the receiving end of their screams!

It will be enjoyed by artist and fan alike, complete with candid talk and "straight from the heart candor", we're sure you will enjoy the in-depth interviews; we've brought them to you uncensored and straight from the heart. Anything you would think to ask one of these specialized entertainers is there for your reading and learning pleasure.


Yes, I mention learning. I believe that as a newcomer any knowledge and information from the "veterans" in this business could tell us things that previously only time and age could provide.

Jumpstarting ones career with knowledge from the inside will be one of the biggest mental investments a prospective ETA could make before starting out.

One could not even begin to guess at the complexities involved in such a judgmental career choice. Our book is geared to reaching out and lending a helping hand, at the same time you will be introduced to ETA's from around the world.

The guys take us on a journey through the rhinestone studded world of being an ETA. From newspaper boy to real estate salesman, you too can be an Elvis Tribute Artist... If you so desire... but the question is, do you know what goes on behind the scenes in this profound business?

After the realization of their career choice sets in, it becomes very hard to disassociate yourself from the tightening grip the ETA world takes you in.

Forewarned is forearmed.

Visit the website to learn more about the intriguing men that keep the memory alive.

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes...

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