During the 70's and early 80's he could be found most weekends performing to packed houses. He had a good grounding in the grass roots of entertaining, fronting the band at the many mining and social clubs found around the Kent countryside. These tough audiences helped to instil in Cliff the need to entertain an audience and not to just play to them.
The late 80's saw the band go its separate ways as the members married and had families but Cliff always felt the pull of the crowd and after much encouragement from his family he decided that he would put together a tribute to "The King".
In the late 90's he took his first tentative steps in the stars footsteps and began performing at a 50's revival club.
Since then Cliff has gone from strength to strength forever perfecting his performance. He enjoys what he does and this comes across in his shows whether he is performing to a theatre full of Elvis fan club members or an intimate restaurant
When not performing Cliff spends much of his time tracking down new suits for his shows all of which are replicas of suits that Elvis actually performed in.