One man, many voices

Johnny Vallis, best known for his Buddy Holly tribute brings his multi-impersonation show to the Cloverdale Legion this weekend.

Johnny Vallis is the Man of Many Voices.

A performer best known for his Buddy Holly tribute brings his multi-impersonation show to the Cloverdale Legion this weekend.

Johnny Vallis – The Man of Many Voices – appears Sunday, June 16 at 3 p.m.

Vallis, who grew up dreaming of being Elvis but made a name for himself by impersonating another rock icon, Buddy Holly, has toured the world with The Legends of Rock ‘n Roll show for more than a decade.

And he’s back by popular demand at the Cloverdale Legion, where he’s making his second appearance.

Members and guests welcome. Tickets are $13.50. Email cloverdalelegion@shawbiz.ca or call 604-574-5300 for more information

The Cloverdale Legion is located at 17567 57 Avenue.

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