Singer Shaky back in town

Shaky with his new Cd'PA0243-26
Shaky with his new Cd'PA0243-26

Flamborough can expect the return of their favourite blue suede shoes this weekend, as Elvis impersonator Shaky is set for a come back!

Shaky, also known as Ian Deakin, 46, will be singing his favourite Elvis classics in the Ship Inn in Flamborough on Saturday (March 17) much to the delight of the locals.

After a three-year hiatus Shaky, who lived in Flamborough for 20 years and has been impersonating Elvis since he was nine-years-old, is making a return to the stage after a much needed break.

A bad fall that resulted in injury meant Shaky wasn’t able to perform, he said: “I needed a break to rest, but now is the perfect time to come back to my fans”.

But before Shaky comes back to town, he is first auditioning for a show some may know as The X Factor, after sending in an application he has been asked to sing on Saturday for the producers to see if he’s got what it takes.

Shaky may soon be appearing on our television screens but for now he is more than happy to be performing such Elvis songs as “Let it be me” and “In the ghetto” on Saturday to his loyal locals.

Shaky will be kicking off the night at around 8pm at The Ship Inn, Flamborough.