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The adage of “never judge a man what he does in public but what he does in private” is wisdom personified. During Elvis’ concert years (i.e. 1969 to 1977) one of the things Elvis did in private was to sing gospel songs. In his hotel suite, many times after performing onstage having given 2 live […]
Jeff Schrembs, who is an Elvis Presley expert – collector and historian, writes an original article about Elvis Presley including photographs.
Wow. I remember when YouTube first came out and “myspace” ruled the internet. Sorry for sharing this flashback but that happens with age. Anyway YouTube has become increasingly successful and constantly adding new content. The ONLY thing I will publicly criticize YouTube about is that it allows far too much Elvis Presley content without cross […]
*** Jeff Schrembs 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED *** Joe Esposito, who Elvis met while in the US Army (circa 1958-1960), was a trusted friend of Elvis and held the official position of “manager” within the Memphis Mafia. During the 1960s Elvis had contractual obligations that required him to do, many times without him even reading […]
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Anyone else just need a hug…from a LION??????
With the power out in this area now for 5 days I’ll have to keep this brief. Nonetheless I wanted to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Sonny West and may you know, from those close to and apart from you, how much you are; prayed for, loved, thought of, admired, and respected. May God bless you. […]