EIN E-Alert #258 ... JULY 2010

All the recent Elvis News and more..

Hi Everyone,
Welcome to the JULY 2010 E-Alert packed with amazing photos, reviews and news.


EIN has our special envoy Vice-President Sanja Meegin heading over to the Promised Land to give us all the exclusive news and inside info - plus we will have ELVIS WEEK exclusives every day on the website...

RECENT ELVIS news items on the site now include:

* "VIVA ELVIS" – new Elvis CD to be released November 2010: See full details below

* "Elvis on Tour" Coming to Select USA Theaters on July 29th; Tickets selling fast! Get yours now. The 'Elvis on Tour: 75th Anniversary Celebration' screening will be in 467 special movie theaters throughout the US. Everywhere from New York to Seattle. See full details below. DONT MISS THIS!

* Greil Marcus Interview: In many ways Elvis Presley is bigger now than he was in the last years of his life. Over 30 years after his death Elvis' cultural impact is still ever-present. Greil Marcus is a renown American author, music journalist and cultural critic.
* EIN’s popular Conspiracy page updated

* Elvis' 1956 Mystery Kisser Found! Former Memphis radio engineer Ron Brandon believes that he has finally found the famous 1956 'Elvis Mystery Kisser'. See full story below.

* Elvis Week 2010 tickets: Elvis Week 2010 tickets selling fast. See information below of events or go here for full details ElvisWeek.com.

*'High Sierra' FTD Review: May 16th 1974 Elvis kicked off his 22-concert season at the Sahara Tahoe hotel, his third season at Lake Tahoe. 'High Sierra' features the previously unreleased Elvis Midnight concert of May 21 1974, and more as bonus tracks. It was only eight weeks since Elvis' had completed his 1974 spring tour of the southern states that had cumulated in the famous 'Live On Stage in Memphis' March 20th 1974 concert & album. This CD captures a different mood, along with some delightful surprises including possibly the best version of "Spanish Eyes" ever release GO HERE for the review

* New Colonel Parker book from ElvisMatters: Called 'The Travel Log - In Search of Colonel Parker' for the first time ever, the Van Kuijk Family opens its archives to ElvisMatters. The result is the new book with private pictures of the Colonel at his home, and the COMPLETE picture report of the only visit to the US by the Colonel's brother Ad in 1961.

*FTD Elvis Releases announced for 2010: FTD have announced the upcoming releases planned for 2010. See all the details below..


Go here to see the impressive new 'VIVA ELVIS' Album Promo -

See the full story about the new CD release below.

***   PLUS all the latest news and new releases…………………

and don't forget to check out the website for all your Elvis news.

Have an great Elvis Month!
Piers & Nigel & Sanja


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Recent EIN Exclusives & Highlights:

  • 'Elvis On Tour' cinema FAN REVIEWS: MORE UPDATES & Reviews - with lots of your comments. The special July 29 US screening of 'Elvis On Tour' got mixed reactions from fans. EIN has been sent reviews suggesting it was a "Great Night Out, seeing Elvis back on the big screen and with an excited audience" to the opposite "A Total Disappointment - just the same as the original and this one has nothing new".
    Overall it seemed to depend on fan's expectations.
    Some fans found the making of EOT documentary film that proceeded it interesting with "insightful interviews with Jerry Schilling and Andrew Solt" while other were let down as "There was no Unseen footage as promised" and only general interviews.
    As most Elvis fans realise there is a wealth of stunning EOT material that has not been officially released and this was the perfect place for it.
    The best comment has to be "How nice to see LIVE ELVIS Elvis on the big screen and with an appreciative crowd as it doesn't happen that often nowadays".

    (News, Source;EIN)
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  • Bill Porter, Elvis' legendary Nashville engineer, passed away: Bill Porter who was all-important in shaping and recording the 'Nashville sound' passed away on July 7.  Bill Porter was an American sound engineer who recorded many stars in Nashville in their great creative periods including Chet Atkins, The Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison as well as Elvis Presley from the late 1950s through the 1970s. In one week of 1960, his recordings accounted for 15 of Billboard Magazine's "Top 100," a feat none have matched.
  • Elvis' 1956 Mystery Kisser Found! Former Memphis radio engineer Ron Brandon believes that he has finally found the famous 1956 'Elvis Mystery Kisser'. In 1956 it was Ron Brandon who recorded the famous Mississippi-Alabama Fair concert and so was well aware of the iconic photographs of Alfred Wertheimer including the ones taken in June 1956 at an Elvis concert in Richmond, Virginia. There were over forty of the photos of Elvis many of them featuring an attractive young lady.  One or two of these photographs, in particular, have become quite famous.. photos of Elvis apparently attempting to kiss the young lady.
    In 2010, earlier this year Brandon "stumbled upon" the woman who claimed to be the mystery kisser in the photos. Having lived in Richmond at one time, Brandon was intrigued enough follow through with a full interview - and was convinced without any reservation whatever, that she is the mystery kisser.
    This led to a phone-call with Mr. Wertheimer, Ron Brandon and the mystery kisser - which in the end was sworn to confidentiality....
    Go here to the fascinating story of how Ron Brandon finally tracked her down. An EIN exclusive.
    (Spotlight, Source;Ron Brandon/ElvisInfoNet)
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  • Singer Jimmy Dean dies, aged 81; Jimmy Dean the american singer and actor best known for his hit 'Big Bad John' has died aged 81. Dean secured a spot on radio at WARL in Arlington, Virginia, then, from 1960, on television, hosted the show Town & Country Jamboree, which was quite widely syndicated. In 1956 Elvis Presley appeared on his TV show and Jimmy humorously recounted what a hard time he had getting anything out of Elvis other than a 'yep' or a 'nope'.
  • 'Elvis A Portrait In Music' All-time classic-album New CD Release: We are very proud to announce a new Limited Edition (500 copies) factory pressed silver CD. For many, mostly European fans, this album was their first introduction to Elvis´ music. The album was re-released many times and sold millions of copies worldwide. The original album was first released in 1968 in Germany, but after Elvis´ passing in 1977 it hit the charts again in many countries.
    This new CD contains the original album in brilliant sound quality, taken from the latest remastered  master tapes, but also various b-sides from the hit singles ( European / US releases), including hard to find outtakes (many of them not even available on FTD) and 2 unreleased  takes, unavailable elsewhere. Total of 27 tracks!!!
    Also included is a 4 page full color booklet, including the same beautiful center spread that was used in the original LP inner sleeve (promotional shot for ´Kissin´ Cousins´ )
    Order your copy today....to treasure it forever!
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  • Ernst Jorgensen interview about 'On Stage' and Elvis' Legacy in 2010: Back in March 2010 the pop culture website Popdose published yet another fascinating in-depth interview with the Ernst Jorgensen the keeper of Elvis' musical legacy.
    In the interview Ernst discusses the importance of changing people’s general perception of declining "Elvis In Vegas" as well as the influence of Colonel Parker, the new Cirque Du Soleil show and future soundtrack record, the pressure of Elvis playing Vegas, and 'Yoga Is as Yoga Does'! Click here
  • 'VIVA LAS VEGAS' Book Review: Prolific Elvis publisher, Joe Tunzi, recently collaborated with Elvis super-collector, Paul Lichter. For most fans it's a mouth watering delight......Elvis and Ann-Margret together in one of the King's most successful celluloid offerings, Viva Las Vegas. The sight of two of Hollywood's most attractive stars in the one film could not miss - and its success was amplified by the sizzling on and off screen chemistry between the two leads.
    VIVA LAS VEGAS Swingin' - Singin' - Lovin' is the result and in keeping with recent hardcover releases from JAT Productions it is a glorious book.

    The result is a stunning tribute to one of Elvis's greatest films, Viva Las Vegas. From glorious full page, full color photos to very rare images of Elvis with fans

    Read EIN's full review and see more great visuals

    (Book Review, Source;EIN)

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  • 2010 Tupelo Elvis Fest expected to make more than $80K: The 2010 Tupelo Elvis Presley Festival is expected to make between $80,000 and $90,000, according to festival organizers.
    The Tupelo Elvis Presley Festival last month ended with an old-time tent gospel singing, much like one Elvis might've attended as a child. The Martins, The Landmarks, Tupelo-Lee County Diversity Choir and the Foyer Boyz performed on the grounds of the Elvis Presley birthplace, underneath a huge tent. Attendees used Elvis fans to beat the heat.
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  • Click below to view all official events at Elvis Week 2010

    Elvis Week 2010 Schedule

  • "ELVIS 1977 The Final Curtain", New Deluxe Box-Set: The promotional trailer has been published for the deluxe  "ELVIS 1977 The Final Curtain" new box set.

    A huge compendium featuring multiple DVDs, unreleased soundboards plus a deluxe photo album is described as 30cm x 23cm in size and 3.2 kilos (around 7Llbs) in weight! This will be a massive enterprise combining all the major events of Elvis' last 1977 tours.

    This is no lightweight production and features never-before-released concert recordings.


    The BoxCar label states that there is "No Further Information For The Time Being Due To Matters Of Security".
    Release Date Early October 2010.

  • "Bubba Ho-tep" Sequel still in Pre Production: Elvis and monsters make for an unlikely pair, but fans of the Bruce Campbell-starring "Bubba Ho-tep" (right) are already well aware of how well that combination actually works. Those same fans have anxiously anticipated "Bubba Nosferatu," the film's vampire-centric sequel, ever since "Ho-tep's" release. But the project has experienced numerous setbacks and delays, not the least of which is Campbell's departure as Elvis.
    In the upsides department, Ron Perlman was mentioned as a possible replacement for Campbell in 2008, while award winning actor actor Paul Giamatti (Sideways, John Adams) is still set to co-star as Colonel Tom Parker. Giamatti remains as enthusiastic about the project as ever, stating that "Nosferatu" will definitely get off the ground -- eventually.
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  • Ed Leek had died: Elvis' Memphis school friend Ed Leek has died. According to friend Maurice Colgan, Ed Leek had been valiantly fighting cancer for two years but recently was feeling more positive and cheerful.
    Back in July 1953 Elvis cut his first acetate combining "My Happiness" with "That's When Your Heartaches Begin". Elvis was very excited by his new record and after playing to his parents he then played it to his school friend Ed Leek with whom it remained until its `rediscovery' in 1988. It was licensed by RCA for inclusion in its new fifties box-set.
  • 'Elvis Like Any Other Soldier' Special 50th Anniversary Edition: The press release states that - "Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier" is one of the most fascinating, compelling, and informative books ever!
    It covers more in one huge volume than in all the other Elvis army books put together: 504 pages and well over 1,500 photos! Many, many of these are previously unpublished! It is quite likely this book contains more never-before-seen Elvis photos from 1957-'60 than any previous publication.
    Our amazing research department has tracked down as many living members as possible from Fort Hood as well as Elvis' Scout Platoon, in Germany, and most of these men have shared stories and never-before-seen photos.
    Besides the truly amazing photos, there is 40 pages of text, transcripts, interviews, letters and other authentic pieces of correspondence from Elvis, between March 24, 1958 and April 1960. "Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier" is a deluxe edition and is huge: 504 pages, all on beautiful glossy (90g) coated stock and with a gorgeous hard cover and matching dust jacket.
    Click here for the slide show sample and great video (includes rare take)
    For more information about this very important book, go here:
  • Dean Martin’s daughter: "Elvis Called My Dad ‘The King of Cool’": You know you’re a lucky kid when Elvis Presley thinks your father is the greatest thing since sliced focaccia. And that’s precisely what Dean Martin’s daughter Deana Martin came to realize one day during the swinging ’60s, as she recounts this week.
     "Elvis adored Dean Martin,"
    “Elvis was doing a movie at Paramount, and so was my dad. I went to visit dad at the studio and we were standing outside [dad's] dressing room. And in those days, you rode around the studio on bicycles,” Deana - who like her legendary father, is a big-band crooner.
    “And Elvis Presley comes riding up on his bicycle. And he gets off the bike when he sees my dad… And he says hi to my father. And dad introduces me,” continues Deana, whose new CD is titled Volare.
    “He says, ‘Deana, this is Elvis Presley. And, Elvis, this is my daughter Deana.’
    “And Elvis leans down to me and says, ‘Deana, they call me the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. But your dad is the King of Cool.’
    “And I thought, Oh my gosh. It must be true. Elvis Presley said so!”
  • 'A Tribute to Elvis' Michael Jarrett CD Review: Michael Jarrett, a key performer in the "Original Elvis Tribute Show " show that recently rock'n'rolled through Europe, has recently released a CD of not only his compositions but also other songs as a "Tribute To Elvis."
  • AND not to forget these great videos if you missed them ...
  • EIN's Best of Elvis on YouTube' July Update: We're back with a sensational TWENTY new fabulous Elvis clips. Starting with a stunning 'Elvis Tribute' we have LIVE footage from Vegas 1969, plus live 'It's A Matter Of Time' and 'Promised Land'. Absolutely sensational 'Long Tall Sally' 1956 live, some cute Sixties movie clips including 'Let Yourself Go' and 'It Feels So Right' plus GI Blues rare clips. And don't miss the fabulous 'I Like The Way You Move' - plus some TTWII outtakes and Elvis' final Pittsburgh New Year's Eve concert As EIN always says "Catch them now before they get taken away" ('EIN's Elvis on YouTube', Source:EIN)

Click HERE to EIN - for all the up-to-date ELVIS News you may have missed.

RARE Elvis photos - Now with over 5,000 images!

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Don't miss out on these rare and exciting photographs.
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More Rare Candids - From Sanja's exciting new EIN/Facebook page.

Click Here to our EIN Rare ELVIS Photographs page

FTD Elvis Releases planned for 2010: FTD have announced the upcoming releases planned for 2010. Last week, some of the new releases were already announced, prior to the official message from FTD. To stop further speculation and rumours these are the releases that are planned by FTD for 2010 at this stage:
1. King Creole, The Music (book + CD, Aug 8 2010)
'King Creole - The Music' is a 200-page book with images exclusively designed to complement the music from the film. It consists of two main sections; the recording sessions on January 16, 1958 and song scenes from the filming of the movie (including behind-the scenes shots). The images are classic and well-known shots with the majority being previously unpublished and taken by the original still photographers on the set (no freeze-frames). The accompanying CD consists of the masters and the well-known alternative masters (no unreleased session reels have been found). As always, the music has been re-mastered. (Click here for tracklist & more info)
2. Good Times: The Outtakes (2 LP Vinyl release, Aug 8 2010)
Following on from the previous strictly Limited Edition series, FTD is pleased to announce the release of a special 2-disc 180-gram vinyl set of Good Times: The Outtakes. Supplied in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, it features the superb original draft artwork design that was superseded prior to release. Details above - UNIQUE!

3. Boston Garden (no official title, 5" CD, Sep 14 2010)
FTD will release the soundboard of the November 10, 1971 Boston Garden Show (previously released on bootleg) as this is the only available show from the early tours of the seventies. We believe that this is of such historical importance, that it should be available to everyone. This will be a 5" digi-pack with a photo booklet.
EIN note - If you have never owned this Boston concert, this FTD will be an essential purchase. Go here to EIN's review of the fabulous Madison bootleg version.
4. Elvis: Fool (2CD 7" CD, Sep 14 2010)
On the same date, a 2-CD set of ELVIS (FOOL) in the Classic Album series.. (Original LP cover above)
This will feature a 7" digi-pack with an 8-page booklet.
- FTD plan to release another soundboard in September.
- Early November will consist of another classic album and 2-LP Limited Edition vinyl Set. Titles have not been chosen yet but we’ll update as soon as decision is made.

Another classic candid photo from the Sanja Meegin files.

"VIVA ELVIS" – CD to be released November 2010: Legacy Recordings in cooperation with EPE and Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil proudly announces the release of Viva ELVIS - The Album, a 21st century celebration of Elvis and his music, featuring the voice of the King in a whole new context. Viva ELVIS - The Album will be available everywhere this November.
The undisputed King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley remains one of the most iconic and powerful forces in popular culture. "Before Elvis," said John Lennon, "there was nothing."
After Elvis, the world looked and sounded different. With a swivel of his hips and the power of his voice, Elvis broke down barriers and shattered the status quo, revolutionizing the worlds of music, film and fashion while signaling a seismic shift in gender, class, race, and generational relationships. The Elvis revolution continues with Viva ELVIS - The Album.
The postmodern studio masterwork invokes the spirit and essence of Elvis from a contemporary perspective while furthering the revolutionary impulses of Elvis' sound. Viva ELVIS - The Album re-imagines the king’s own vocal performances in a broad variety of new musical settings.
This new sound echoes Elvis' own versatility and ability to master all music genres, from Delta blues to rockabilly, from raw soul to gospel, from Southern folk to Vegas pop, while incorporating elements of garage rock, punk, urban and hip-hop.
"Viva ELVIS is a tantalizing musical experience," said Adam Block, Senior Vice President/General Manager, Legacy Recordings. "It's so creative and so contemporary, it effortlessly places Elvis in a current context that appeals to fans of all ages and all kinds of music.  There's a freshness, a newness to these songs that grabs you and shakes you and ultimately testifies to the remarkable artist Elvis remains to this very day."
"What would the songs of Elvis be like if he were doing them for the first time today?," asks the album's producer and arranger Erich van Tourneau, Musical Director and Arranger for Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil. "We set out to evoke the soul and spirit of Elvis Presley while building a bridge between his music and future generations of fans."
Working with tens of thousands of samples of Elvis’ voice, van Tourneau and Bombardier often wove several sequences and sounds into the same songs, sometimes changing details such as the key and tempo. In creating Viva ELVIS - The Album, van Tourneau was looking to accentuate and boost the emotional charge of the songs with the incorporation of ragga, punk or hip-hop elements into classic recordings. In all cases, however, the goal was to respect and understand the essence of the original recordings.
In celebration of all eras of Elvis' musical genius, Viva ELVIS - The Album includes songs from Elvis’ rise to fame in the ‘50s, his movie soundtracks, his triumphant return to the stage in the “’68 Special,” and his ground-breaking appearances in Las Vegas. "Burning Love," "Suspicious Minds," "Blue Suede Shoes" and "It's Now or Never" are among the songs that have been re-imagined and transformed for Viva ELVIS - The Album.
The first opportunity to hear a sample from this ground-breaking album will take place during Elvis Week in Memphis on Saturday, August 14, during the event “Conversations on Elvis.”
Viva ELVIS - The Album is a 21st century venue for rock's first and biggest superstar. The King's Music Lives!
Go here to EIN's 2010 ELVIS CD News for all the extra new VIVA ELVIS CD details
You can pre-order it from Amazon. It is priced cheaply at only US$11. Go here for pre-order.
Go here to EIN's Spotlight on all the 'VIVA ELVIS' news & Videos.
And for more VIVA information, go to www.vivaelvis.com.

Another rare candid photo from the Sanja Meegin files.

'How Great Thou Art' new Classic Album FTD Out Now: Ernst Jorgensen has told Elvis Unlimited that the new FTD release will be shipped out last week when FTD releases its deluxe edition of Elvis’ GRAMMY AWARD winning album 'How Great Thou Art'.
Originally released in 1967 it was Elvis' second Gospel album. The original album featured a collection of thirteen sacred songs including the hit single "Crying In The Chapel".
In addition to the masters, the Classic Album FTD will feature many great outtakes.
The 7" inch digi-pack format includes a 12-page booklet with great photographs and RARE memorabilia.

Go here for more info and full tracklisting.

ELVIS 1977 - see news above regarding " The Final Curtain" Deluxe Box-Set:

"Shake, Rattle & Roll at the Shell" Elvis Week August 10th: Don't miss the official Elvis Week 2010 Kickoff to Benefit The Alzheimer’s Association. An exclusive evening party at the historic “Levitt Shell,” formerly known as The Overton Park Shell, where Elvis played one of his first concerts in Memphis! Come out to celebrate the official kickoff of Elvis Week 2010 with a live recreation of this concert by the award-winning tribute artist Donny Edwards, along with the Change of Habit Band. For three years in a row, Donny was among the top three contestants in The Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest. Special celebrity guests and select vendors on site. General admission tickets are $40. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and sit under the stars at the Shell. There are also VIP tickets include a private backstage tour and happy hour 5 - 6pm. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and show starts at 7:00 p.m.
Click here to purchase tickets online.


Go here for more Elvis Week Schedule Info

(News, Source;EIN)

'The Elvis Files Vol. 3' Book Review: 'The Elvis Files Vol. 3' 1960 – 1964 contains over 1200 stunning photos in its 470 pages and all in quality printing. It includes all ELVIS events in "1960 to 1964", Every Working Moment, over 200 newly discovered photos, multiple interviews, the Hawaii and Memphis 1961 Shows with Rare Pictures and all the movies from G.I. Blues up to 1964 are covered in great detail.

There is no doubt that this is a labour of love for Norwegian Erik Lorentzen, author and long time Elvis fan, who has found a ton of images and information never before published.

But it isn't a cheap book and many fans want to know what it really includes and what format it takes.

(Book Reviews, Source;EIN)

Elvis and Ann-Margret - What a couple!

Welcome To The Jungle: Venus Productions will soon release a new CD, carrying you back in time, right into Elvis' den, known to everyone as the Jungle Room. Welcome To The Jungle - Solitaire is a compilation of released and unreleased tracks recorded in February 1976. '' There was a man, a lonely man....'' is certainly a line the rock singer had on his mind during those early February winter nights behind Graceland's walls, and he felt Neil Sedaka's song could work very well for him. On this CD you can hear the progress from the very first take through the master take.

The following night Elvis seemed to enjoy himself while recording what would become the title of his very last album. The song Moody Blue had a very modern sound for early 1976, very disco-like and it had a fair amount of air play all over the USA in late 1976 and early 1977.

For this and other bootleg news go here to our 2010 CD Release News

Elvis & Lisa Marie - another marvellous Piretos creation.

Excellent Reviews For ‘The ORIGINAL ELVIS TRIBUTE 2010’: This May, ’The Original Elvis Tribute 2010’ took Europe by storm, with 10 amazing shows in Spain, Holland, Finland, Italy, Belgium and Poland. Sold-out shows, excited audiences and fantastic performances made these shows truly memorable. We are now getting the first reviews in, which also reflect the impact that these shows made.
Stefania Pruszyńska  of ‘Gazeta Autorska IMPRESJee’ in Poland wrote: „Robert Washington was incredibly close to Elvis Presley, both vocally and performance-wise. His splendid performance left a very strong impression. It was almost like Elvis himself was rocking the audience. There was a remarkable naturalness about him.
During the break, one lady could be overheard saying that it had always been her ambition to see Elvis in person, and she added that this concert had almost fulfilled her dream. (...) The band was superb too, excellent craftsmanship with a great deal of artistry, passion and love for Elvis Presley. (...) Audiences at theatre shows here usually barely show emotions, usually only displaying their appreciation with an extended applause at the end, however in this case the verdict for the artists from the other side of the Atlantic was various standing ovations!”.
Heidi Kojonen from the cultural webzine ‘Webbop’ in Vaasa, Finland observed: “Suddenly we were transported to Las Vegas and the whole room vibrated. This is as far from a cheap imitation as it gets. Robert Washington was virtually the embodiment of Elvis. His voice was sometimes eerily close, and there was no mistaking those hip movements. (…)  Robert Washington is the King of Vaasa, and this tribute show is the best way to celebrate The King at present. (…) The presence of Michael Jarrett and Duke Bardwell gave the concert extra weight, but these men don’t live on their old merits only. Bardwell did an excellent bluesy re-interpretation of ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ that gave the concert extra dept”, while Frantic Franky of the Dutch rootsmusic webzine ‘Boppin’ Around’ noted that the show is,  “An excellent Elvis night with more than its fair share of rock ‘n’ roll. Not one second of pathetic imitations, and that’s the way it should be”.
’The Original Elvis Tribute’ will be returning to Europe in 2011.
(News, Source;elvisnews.dk)

Another sensational unseen colour shot - What A stunner!


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