THE Wee County's world famous Elvis tribute act paid tribute to his home crowd as he revealed he's now on the lookout for new band members.

Johnny Lee Memphis wowed those who packed into Alloa Town Hall on Saturday, November 24, as he belted out the King's classics to the delighted audience.

It was an emotional night for Johnny, however, as he revealed that it was his last show with his drummer and keyboard player who are both retiring.

Speaking to the Advertiser, Johnny said: "A home crowd is always great. A lot of friends and family came along. It was a great atmosphere as it always is at the town hall.

"It was an emotional show actually because my drummer, Tam Graham, and keyboard player Ross, are retiring now.

"They think it's just a bit too much for them now, even though I keep telling to just keep going."

Johnny said that while it'll be difficult to replace the pair, he is hoping to have new members installed in the band by late January so that he can keep touring in Scotland.

Far from taking a break, however, Johnny is en route to Stockholm where he is due to play shows before flying out to Australia for a three-week tour.

The trip Down Under will also coincide with the Ultimate Elvis competition which will hold contests in Sydney, which if he is successful in, will mean another trip to Memphis to compete in the main event.

The Coalsnaughton-bred star has already showed the world he has what it takes after making the top 10 ultimate Elvis tribute acts at the Memphis contest in 2015, becoming the very first Scot to ever get to the final.

Johnny's next show in Clacks will be on March 2 when he plays at Dunmar House and is urging people to snap up tickets fast as the capacity is limited to 180.

Meanwhile, Johnny is appealing for help to find an elderly lady who stood at the stage for the entirety of his show before he asked someone to get her a seat.

He would like to know who the woman [pictured] is so he can show his appreciation for her support.