February 10, 2022
Terry Blackwood is the son of Doyle Blackwood, original co-founder of the Blackwood Brothers Quartet.
Terry's distinctive vocal styling has been featured on many chart topping singles
Terry joined the imperials qt in 1967 and two years later in 1969 the group were picked by Elvis to sing with him on his return to live performances that July.
The Imperials continued to sing back-up for Elvis until the fall of 1971, and can be seen in the movie Elvis 'That's The Way It Is'.
They recorded in the studio with him in May / June 1971, when Elvis recorded the Grammy Award winning album 'He Touched Me'.
I’m delighted to say that Terry joins me on the show now to tell me more about working with Elvis.
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October 7, 2021
First part of Sam's interview here https://youtu.be/J-SElFFHrtw
In this concluding part of my interview with Sam he tells me about confronting Elvis about the medications he was taking. The traumatic events of August 16th 1977, the casket photo and what happened at Graceland the days following the funeral.
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July 29, 2021
Larry Geller is an American writer, hair stylist, and public speaker.He was a spiritual advisor and personal hairstylist to Elvis Presley.
He was the person in whom Elvis confided in matters of the spirit Larry first met Elvis in 1957
It wasn’t until 1964 that their paths crossed again and he became a full time employee with Elvis.
In Part two of this interview,Larry tells me about the deep conversations he had with Elvis about the movies he was forced to make and what he really felt about his Manager Colonel Parker.
Larry was present the night The Beatles visited Elvis in 1965 and tells me what happened at the meeting
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July 2, 2021
First part here https://youtu.be/NA4rXhm2JJU
In this second part of my interview with "Tiger Beat" editor Ann Moses she tells me all about her appearance in the Elvis movie "That's The Way It Is" , seeing him live on stage on opening night in Las Vegas on August 10th 1970.
She describes getting kissed by him during the show. Ann also describes seeing Elvis in later years and explains why she feels Elvis' popularity is as strong today as it was when he was alive.
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June 24, 2021
Ann Moses was editor at “Tiger Beat Magazine” from 1966 – 1972.The Magazine grew to be the hottest teen magazine in the US
She became an instant Elvis fan on seeing him for the first time on the Ed Sullivan show in 1956.
She sat on the edge of the stage during taping of Elvis’1968 NBC TV Special, toured Elvis’ and Colonel Parker’s offices,and attended Elvis’ opening show on July 31st 1969 at the international Hotel, Las Vegas.
Ann then had the ultimate experience of meeting Elvis at the press conference that followed the show.
I’m delighted to say Ann joins me on the show to tell me more.
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May 27, 2021
In this second episode Nicks Daughter, Allyson, shares more stories about Elvis and Nicks friendship,including the truth about Elvis and Natalie Wood and Elvis reaction to the news of Nicks death at the young age of just 36.
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May 20, 2021
Nick Adams was an American film and television actor & screenwriter. He was noted for his roles in several Hollywood films during the 1950's and 1960's along with his starring role in the ABC television series The Rebel
Nicks friendship with Elvis Presley began in 1956 on the set of his debut movie Love Me Tender The young movie stars quickly became friends and spent a great deal of time together in Hollywood and Elvis home in Memphis during the Summer and Fall of 1956.
"The Rebel and the King" is a first-person account written by Nick about his friendship with Elvis. The manuscript was written in 1956 by Nick during their eight days in Memphis when the singer returned home for his Tupelo homecoming.
The manuscript was discovered years later by his daughter Allyson and published in 2012. Allyson joins me on the show to speak with me about her father's friendship with Elvis.
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