Brent wears replica costumes made by some of the finest costume makers in the world. All are close replicas of what Elvis & Neil wore on stage.
Gold Lame' Suit (1957)
Elvis wore this iconic suit in concert in 1957. It was featured on the album “50,000,000 Elvis Fan Can’t Be Wrong.” Elvis wore just the jacket often in1957-1960 including his March 30, 1957 concert in Fort Wayne, IN. Brent’s Jacket was purchased in Las Vegas, NV.
"Blue Hawaii" Outfit (1961)
Elvis wore this Hawaiian shirt, white pants and yellow Hawaiian lei for the movie and for publicity stills for “Blue Hawaii.” Brent’s Hawaiian shirt came from Kona, Hawaii.
"Speedway" Movie Outfit (1968)
This stylish Red Jacket with White racing tripes was worn with a white turtleneck and black slacks in the 1968 movie "Speedway". Brent's jacket came from Las Vegas, NV.
Black Leather Suit (1968)
One of Elvis' most famous stage attire was worn during the live audience portion of his 1968 NBC TV special "ELVIS". Now refered to as the "68 Comeback Special". Brent's black leather suit was purchased in Las Vegas.
Fringe Jumpsuit (1970)
Elvis wore this jumpsuit in Las Vegas during the filming of his 1970 concert documentary lm: “Elvis: That’s The Way It Is.” Brent’s Fringe Jumpsuit was custom made by “ProfessionalCostumers” in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Black Fireworks Jumpsuit (1971)
Elvis wore this striking Black Jumpsuit with a fireworks pattern of gold studs with green accents during his 1971 tours. This was the first of his jumpsuits to feature a cape and leather belt. Brent’s Black Fireworks jumpsuit, cape & belt was custom made at Professional Costumers in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Burning Love Jumpsuit (1972)
In 1972 Elvis released his second concert documentary “Elvis On Tour.” This documented his Spring tour in which he wore many new stage costumes including the “Burning Love” Jumpsuit. The jumpsuit got it's name because of it's color and because it was featured on the cover of his hit single "Burning Love." Brent’s Burning Love jumpsuit was custom made by Professional Costumers in Pigeon Forge, TN
Owl Jumpsuit (1972)
This is another jumpsuit worn in the documentary lm “Elvis On Tour.” The Owl Jumpsuit is often thought to be royal blue because it usually photographs that way, but when viewed in person on display at Graceland you will see it is actually purple. Take a picture of Brent in his purple Owl Jumpsuit the next time he wears it, and chances are, that it too will look blue in the photo. Brent’s Owl jumpsuit was custom made by Professional Costumers in Pigeon Forge, TN
Comet Jumpsuit (1972)
This Jumpsuit with matching cape and belt also known as the “Adonis” jumpsuit was worn by Elvis in 1972 at Madison Square Garden in New York, and also Chicago, Las Vegas and other stops on the tour. Kurt Russell wore Elvis’ original Comet Jumpsuit for the TV movie “Elvis” in 1979. Brent’s Comet Jumpsuit, Belt and Cape was custom made by Professional Costumers in Pigeon Forge, TN
Lt. Blue Wheat Jumpstuit (1972)
Elvis also wore this light blue jumpsuit at one of his famous Madison Square Garden concerts. It was also featured on the cover of the CD "An Afternoon In The Garden". It's also seen in the CD/DVD release "Prince From Another Planet." This jumpsuit, belt & cape got it's name from the "Wheat" pattern made up of embroidery, stones & studs. Brent's Wheat constume was custom made by Professional Costumers in Pigeon Forge, TN.
2 Piece White & Black Suit
Elvis deviated from jumpsuits for a period in 1972 and wore a two piece custom suits, shirts and sometimes included capes. This White suit with black accents is worn with a white & black floral shirt, and matching cape. This suite was purchased in Las Vegas, NV.
Aloha Eagle Jumpsuit (1973)
In 1973 Elvis's concert in Honolulu, Hawaii was broadcast live all over the world via satallite. This was the first entertainment event to use the then new technology. Over 1.5 Billion people watched "Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii-via Satallite". Elvis wanted to wear wanted something that said "America". Brent's exact replica of Elvis' most famous jumpsuit is a favorite.
"Love At The Greek" Outfit (1976)
Neil Diamond wore this white sequel shirt with black sequin vest and black pants with sequins at the filming of his concert at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles in 1976. The TV Special was called "Love At The Greek", and also spawned a hit live album of the same name.
"The Jazz Singer" outfit (1980)
Neil Diamond wore this iconic Blue sequin shirt with Black Pants accented by black sequins during the concert segment of his 1980 film "The Jazz Singer." Neil also wore similar outfits on tour. This is Neil's most recognizable stage attire. Brent's shirt was custom made by Lassalle Designs, Inc. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.