BOLTON’S very own king of kings is coming home for a special cause.

Elvis tribute star Tommy Holland is gearing up to play a one-off home town gig to raise vital funds for Cancer Research.

The 21-year-old Astley Bridge-born rock n roll sensation has enjoyed a meteoritic rise since quitting his job as a mechanic in 2016 ­— going on to be named the country’s best Elvis tribute performer just a year later.

After first hearing Elvis in the documentary That’s The Way It Is, which follows the king during the Summer Festival in Las Vegas in 1970, Tommy was enthralled.

At age 19 he took the bold step to take singing lessons and played his first gig at Blind Tiger, formerly in Nelson Square.

The show was the start of Tommy’s path to success and he is now a full time tribute act.

He has since performed around the world, appeared on ITV and played to more than 3,000 people at Manchester Arena.

Meticulous in his detail, Tommy dyes his hair black for shows and spends between £1,500 and £3,000 on custom handmade suits from B&K Enterprises in America.

Tommy will perform at thrilling set sure to get audiences ‘All Shook Up’ featuring classic cuts from the American rock n roll legends catalogue at The Venue in Churchgate on March 3 with a special guest support act.

He said: “It’s been a while since I’ve played in Bolton so I’m looking forward to coming back home. The fact that all proceeds will go towards Cancer Research makes it even better.”

Tickets priced £4 are available from the bar or the Eventbrite website, or will be available on the door priced £5.