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Is The King of Rock and Roll (Elvis Presley), Still Alive?
What is the real truth? Or do we know? What about those claiming to have seen the King within the last few years? Is this fact or fiction? You decide!
Part 1 of a 2 Part Series will be COMING SOON!
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Being a multi-instrumentalist playing Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Mandolin, Sax, Harmonica, Trombone and of course bass pedals Kevin Oliver Jones jumped at the opportunity to join Hats Off To Led Zeppelin and flit between the instruments as John Paul Jones, one of Kevin’s favorite musicians
You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time when you experience these four top class musicians recreating Led Zeppelin’s magical concerts. As well as being winners at the National Tribute Awards 2013 and the only UK tribute act officially endorsed by Marshall amplifiers they are proud to be co-managed by Warren Grant, the son of legendary Led Zeppelin manager, Peter Grant, who said after seeing them live: 'You guys really did the band justice!'
Mike Eder is a writer and vinyl record aficionado, specializing in the music of the fifties, sixties, and seventies. His work has led to reviews and interviews for newspapers such as the Washington Post and websites such as Examiner.com. An Elvis fan since age six, he has written for over a dozen Presley publications. Other subjects Eder has covered include the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the First Edition and the Three Stooges. Most recently, he has been contributing to Erik Lorentzen's seminal series of books and magazines, the Elvis Files. He and his wife, Debra, live in Naperville, Illinois.
Why is Elvis Presley's body of recorded work still so relevant nearly 60 years after he began recording? Elvis Music FAQ is for anyone who has been inspired by an Elvis Presley record. One might say that the only truths about Elvis Presley can be found in the grooves of his records, where his natural talent and passion for music comes through always.
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Join The Kendal Murray Show each Friday for Forget Me Not Fridays... Kendal will bring various figures from past prominence to his show for your listening pleasure. Hear from them in their own words! This week's spotlight will shine on Elvis Presley.
August 16 is the commemorative date of the death of the unique man known as "The King." His birth name was Elvis Aaron Presley, a rock n'roll icon, among other descriptions, who presided over His kingdom on a world stage, gaining the reputation and notoriety as the King of Rock n' Roll. He was called a Hood, Rocker and Rebel, all of which fit him. He married one beautiful woman, His marriage followed by numerous amorous liasons with other women, including one called Kitten with a Whip, and another famously named Marilyn, about whom I did another show, very recently.
I am a Psychic who specializes in Past Lives and Reincarnation, and it is my privilege and pleasure to do this show about Elvis, the man fittingly called The King. I will unmask Him for you by telling you exactly Whom He was in His equally infamous Past Incarnation in Ancient Rome, which will shock you. Being the year 2012, and the fact we are living in the Era called the APOCALYPSE, described by St. John in the last chapter of the Bible, I feel I have been given the right to inform you of this amazing Truth, for THIS IS THE APOCALYPSE.
Announcing the BREAKING NEWS on author Ted Ciuba’s What If Elvis Said That?
It a motivational book, reminding us those who achieve monumental things, just like you, are told they can’t do it.
Okay, you’re asking ”Do I take a chance? Do I follow my passion, or do I go the predictable route and make sure me and my family are secure?
You’ll get a lot of reminders.
Sylvester Stallone’s tale of heartbreak and determination is gut wrenching… Michael Jordan is a famous sports figure most know.
Elvis himself had a lot of disappointments and uncertainties getting started.
While dreaming of singing, he was driving a truck for Crown Electric Company, devoting what spare time he could evenings and weekends.
During that period he was turned down by the Songfellows, because he couldn’t sing, they said.
Eddie Bond rejected him for a prestigious professional group, advising him to stick to truck driving, “Because you’re never going to make it as a singer.”
So, back to your, “Why me?” What if Elvis said that? What if, during the struggles to find his voice, he’d given up, asking, “What can I possibly add that would be unique?” Maybe he did ask those questions. You have. Worse! What if Elvis had listened to that?
Get up! This is your hour! Go!
If you ever need any inspiration, look to Elvis.
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