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Not the King, but the next best thing
Elvis artist and friends head Chattahoochee Fair
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Elvis tribute artist David Lee

Chattahoochee Mountain Fair

When: Daily through Sept. 15

Where: Habersham County Fairgrounds, Ga. 17, Clarkesville

Admission: $5, $3 ages 6-10, under age 6 and parking free

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The King is back, and he’s got company.

World Champion Elvis tribute artist David Lee will be the headline performer at the 37th Chattahoochee Mountain Fair Saturday in Clarkesville.

The show starts at 7 p.m. with general admission to the fair ($5 adults, $3 ages 6 to 10, under age 6 free).

Lee won the Big E Festival Competition in 2004, then took the World Championship and People’s Choice Award in Memphis that year. He has won numerous competitions in the U.S. and Canada, including the Canadian Grand Champion at Ontario’s Collingwood Elvis Festival.

In 2012, Lee won The King of the World Regionals in Lexington, Ky., and the Ultimate Elvis Preliminaries in Ocala, Fla. Just weeks ago, he claimed the People’s Choice award at the Ultimate Elvis Contest in Memphis.

Opening for Lee will be Tara Kay of Birmingham, Ala., a Reba McIntre impersonator who has performed throughout the U.S. and Canada. She sang at the “All the Women I Am,” Reba Impersonator event in New York, and participated in the CMT special for Reba.

Also performing will be Greg Crick, aka “The Voice of Conway.”

The emcee will be Joni Mabe, “The Elvis Babe.”

The fair also includes livestock shows, concerts, rides, petting zoo, arts and crafts and kids’ activities.