Residents in a Northam street were left all shook up on Thursday evening by a tribute Elvis Presley performance.

Dean Stewardson entertained residents by performing as Elvis Presley. Picture: ContributedDean Stewardson entertained residents by performing as Elvis Presley. Picture: Contributed

It was lockdown rock as opposed Jailhouse Rock from Dean Stewardson, who donned the king’s famous white jumpsuit and treated Dean’s Close to a half-hour performance on Thursday evening (May 21).

Dean and his partner Tina Tucker have been putting on music for residents every Thursday night to boost spirits during the lockdown before a clap for carers sing-along.

The 53-year-old, who used to perform as an Elvis tribute act, decided it was time for a little less conversation and donned the suit for the first time in 10 years to entertain residents.

Dean said: “People really enjoyed it, everybody was out and there were even a few people that pushed up on push bikes who came to watch while socially distancing.

Dean Stewardson entertained residents by performing as Elvis Presley. Picture: ContributedDean Stewardson entertained residents by performing as Elvis Presley. Picture: Contributed

“We moved in four years ago, and we would say hello to our neighbours. All this has really brought the whole street together.”