Published: February 12, 2013
'Tribute to The Ed Sullivan Show' Brings in a Full House
Deborah Smith Ford
"Tribute to the Ed Sullivan Show" was quite a success. The show, starring many tributes, was held in Mt. Dora, Fla. at the Ice House Theater in parts of January and February, 2013. Live Musical Celebrity Tributes
One of the live musical celebrity tributes was award-winning George Trullinger as Ed Sullivan,
Buddy Holly and Hank Williams. Other celeb tributes were Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline and Ricky Nelson.
In the middle of the show's performance dates, Jan. 28-30 and Feb. 4-6, Trullinger made an announcement.
"Tribute to the Ed Sullivan Show" Image: Courtesy "The Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night shows last week were nearly sold out! See you at the show!"
Baby boomers, among others, have been thrilled with the show and its amazing tribute acts!
George Trullinger Photo: Courtesy Tribute Artists Make Everyone Believers
Trullinger also performs as Mick Jagger, and one of the many stages he has performed on is the famous Legends in Concert. Around the World
In addition, Las Vegas,
New York City, Canada, Japan, Russia and Germany have been fortunate enough to enjoy Trullinger's music and comedy. Contact
For more information one can go to
"Tribute to the Ed Sullivan Show" and at Facebook to follow George Trullinger.
Deborah Smith Ford is a TV and film actress, celebrity lookalike, writer and author. Read more stories by . Deborah Smith Ford
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