It’s time that you became familiar with the names of Tommy Tedesco, Don Randi, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson, Glen Campbell (before he became a singer), Al Casey, and many others by […]
The song was originally recorded by Elvis in July 1954 at the same time he recorded “That’s All Right.” “I Love You Because” was included on the King’s debut release, the 1956 album Elvis Presley, but he rarely performed the song.
With his unmatched legion of fans, Elvis has no problem attracting big spenders interested in his past belongings – except his dirty underwear.
On the anniversary of the passing of Elvis Presley, Steve Goddard — on-air host on KOOL-FM in Phoenix — shared his memories of that day.
Yes, that’s MY (the “Lysa D.”) version of karaoke on KOOL FM! I have another I Am An Elvis Fan CD for you to win tomorrow during KOOL Nights, so be sure to tune and […]
The hologram trend started with a deceased rap star and now it’s getting a visit from The King. Digital Domain Media Group, who created a shockingly realistic Tupac Shakur hologram for a Coachella “performance” back […]
The auction house that sold Michael Jackson’s death bed will now auction off another music king’s resting place. The original crypt that housed the body of Elvis Presley and his mother Gladys following Elvis’ death […]
Tuesday evening at the screening for The Wrecking Crew Movie at Skye in Peoria, Arizona, a sold out crowd became familiar with the names of Tommy Tedesco, Don Randi, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Earl Palmer, […]
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Records by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Elvis Presley[/lastfm] were burned in the ’50s; in the 1960s, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Beatles[/lastfm] records were consigned to hellfire. And in December 1975, a public record burning was held in Florida.