On Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m., Bruce will show off his talents at the Arcadia Theater, 1418 Graham Avenue in Windber.
Jerry Ledney, the theaters executive director, said Bruce preformed at the Windber theater last year.
"He was very popular," Ledney said. "So many people requested him to return, we knew we just had to book him again. We thought it would nice to bring him back, this time for a Christmas Show, Scot Bruce Blue Suede Christmas. Bruce captures the energy and style of the young Elvis with an exhilarating live performance and band."
Bruce is originally from the Pacific Northwest, where he was a radio personality and a drummer. He has lived in Los Angeles since 1990, while pursuing music and acting as a career. He started to do a 1950's era Elvis show as a way to survive.
The result, to the life-long Elvis fan, was a surprise. What was meant as a part-time "gig" to supplement his income blossomed into a full-time career. Because of his uncanny resemblance to the young "King" and his outstanding musical talents, he has appeared all over the world.
After a number of television roles and appearances in music video with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow, Bruce has had the honor of performing with the legendary Jordanaires, Elvis' original backup singers.
He has appeared at Disneyland on a regular basis and tours with the "Legends of Rock and Roll." Bruce is an accomplished songwriter and whenever possible performs an acoustic guitar/harmonica solo act in local pubs and play the drums with L.A. based rock-a-billy bands.
For tickets to the show, call the Arcadia Theater box office at 814-467-9070, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.