As a young boy, Lance Dobinson spent hours listening to his grandmother’s recordings of “Elvis” and hearing stories of the King. It wasn’t until the age of 12, Lance took to the stage as an “Elvis Tribute Artist” in his hometown of Collingwood, Ontario. Now, how could anyone ask for anything more growing up and admiring Elvis’ music and having the world’s largest and most exciting Elvis Festival right in your backyard! Little did Lance know, that this unique experience in his life, would lead him to international competitions and the start of a career in music.
With Lance Dobinson’s tribute to “Elvis Presley”, this
allowed Lance to perform across Canada, the United States, Japan and have the
honour and privilege of performing alongside with “Country Music Hall Of Fame
Inductees,” “The Jordanaires” and the “Stamps Quartet,” who accompanied “Elvis
Presley” throughout his Career.
Throughout the last several years, Lance has also enjoyed
being a part in “Country Music.” In fact, being chosen as the “North Of
Nashville Star” Competitor in Barrie, gave Lance the privilege of sharing the
stage with Country Artist, “Aaron Pritchett.” Within that, Lance also had the
experience of sharing the stage with Country Artist, “Jamie Warren” at the
“Wounded Warriors Foundation Concert,” held at the Gayety Theatre in