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Muha Entertainment

Shelvis and the Roustabouts

Shelvis Solo

Get married by Shelvis


Muha Entertainment is the umbrella company for Shelvis and the Roustabouts, Shelvis Solo, and other projects. Did you know Shelvis is an ordained minister and can marry you as Elvis? Spare the expense of flying to Vegas for an Elvis-themed wedding! Shelvis can marry you where ever you want!

 Voted Denver's Best Band (2019) by the readers of 5280 Magazine, Shelvis and the Roustabouts are an energetic Rockabilly/Americana band that consistently sells out to delighted fans.

Lori "Shelvis" Muha is an entertainment powerhouse. She captures the audience with her amazing vocals and high-energy performances. Their music goes from a smash-up of hits from Animal House and The Blues Brothers to Elvis, Buddy Holly and other Rockabilly favorites. We dare you to sit still for the show. If it's fun and entertainment you're looking for, this is the band!

The entertainment is uniquely created by Shelvis, (Lori Muha). This one of a kind artist provides nothing short of electrifying impersonations of some of our most beloved male entertainers, yet recreated and delivered by a female artist! The band also has a solid stash of original music created by the band. Their songs have been featured on many radio and television shows.

Shelvis also performs as a solo act for senior centers, rehab centers and private parties. She has the unique ability to take the audience back to a time when they were younger, igniting memories and bringing smiles to their faces. She interacts and connects in a way that becomes a memorable experience.

Lori Marie Muha aka “Shelvis” was born in NJ spending her early years in various bands and playing drums. She enjoys music, dance, theatre and participating in showmanship that brings complete customer satisfaction to all those who have the pleasure to see her show.

Shelvis’ love for people and the stage will be quite evident from start to finish! We guarantee you will LOVE the show!




Shelvis was featured in the Denver Westword cartoon, The Denver Bootleg, on October 4, 2017. Check out the story of her first gig!