Kåre-Ronny is from the sticks and lives a disgraceful life as an Elvis Presley impersonator. Even after 137 plastic surgeries he still resembles Colonel Parker, Presley’s manager more than the king himself. As his nerves usually gives him diarrhea before and during performances this of course does not contributes to much in ways of success either. This, plus a somewhat belligerent music critics’ report telling that Kåre-Ronny’s show sounded most of all like an upset bird-colony should give you an idea of how a show with Kåre-Ronny might play out.
But Kåre-Ronny is not one of those who give up. His typically Scandinavian accented English is not exactly conducive to his performances as he does his impersonation of "The Man From Memphis", but Kåre-Ronny hardly notice it because in Kåre-Ronny’s imagination it all looks and sounds perfect.
Kåre-Ronny is a truck driver just like the king was before he happened into Sun Studios to record a 78 as a birthday present to his beloved mother Gladys. And deep in the innermost of his soul Kåre-Ronny know that one day he will break through just like his role model, and his time in the dreary lodgings on skid row is over forever. Then he will build his own Graceland out in the sticks as full of burgundy plush and tacky stash as the king’s own.