About Robbie Dee:

Seattle Elvis Impersonator/Tribute Artist Robbie Dee has been an Elvis fan ever since seeing the movie “Blue Hawaii” as a teenager growing up in Edmonds, Washington.

Robbie soon began collecting Elvis records and started singing along. He would daydream of one day performing this music that he loved in front of a crowd.

It wasn’t until the age of 27 that Robbie took the stage for the first time. After some persuasion from friends, Robbie sang “Viva Las Vegas” at a karaoke night. The audience went wild with chants of “Elvis, Elvis!” and Robbie was hooked.

In 2013, he was invited to a bigger stage to play with a live band at MoPop (formerly EMP/Experience Music Project). Robbie competed in the Seattle Elvis Invitationals – Seattle’s search for the best Elvis Tribute Artist. Playing to a packed house along with 20+ other Elvis Impersonators and Tribute Artists further encouraged Robbie‘s journey. In 2015, Robbie returned to the Invitationals and won the event with his stunning rendition of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

Ever since then, he’s been performing at festivals, corporate events, private parties, and other venues throughout the Northwest, including Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Bellevue, Canada and more! Robbie is known for his powerful vocal renditions of Elvis’ hits and his charming smile. Robbie enjoys and performs songs from Elvis’ entire career, including his early years (1950s), movie years (1960s), Comeback Special (1968), and Vegas years (1970s). Robbie is available to play as a solo artist or with his full band.