THE crowds went wild for the Wee County’s very own Elvis impersonator at the weekend.

Johnny Lee Memphis was at the community-owned Cochrane Hall on Saturday, July 20, for what was a charity gig.

He brought to life the best from the King of Rock and Roll with proceeds going to the Help for Heroes charity.

Johnny brought along some fantastic costumes, the King’s signature moves and the much-loved music of the late star, who continues to have an impact 42 years after his death.

The show was enjoyed by all and was followed by a disco until late.

People also had the chance to enjoy a buffet throughout the evening with cabaret-style seating.

A former Elvis World Cup champion, European champion, and finalist at the Ultimate Elvis competition in the States, Johnny always aims to wow local audiences by taking them through Elvis Presley’s career from the Rock ‘n’ Roll days in the 1950s to the dynamic Vegas performances in the 1970s.

The local tribute artist, whose real name is Jon Fleming, was also behind the Scottish Elvis Festival, but he has previously said there is nothing like playing in front of the home crowd.

And indeed, the audience was appreciative too, social media feedback saying “always enjoyed Johnny” and “great night had a fantastic time”.