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Elvis The Concert to tour Australia & New Zealand

Elvis Presley In Concert, formerly known as Elvis The Concert, will tour in Australia and New Zealand in October 2006. The show will have a dynamic song program similar to that of previous tours, although adjustments in repertoire do occur from tour to tour and production values of the presentation will get a real boost, including the use of Elvis footage camera loads not used on previous tours. Also, for the first time, the show will be accompanied by an exhibit of Elvis costumes and other concert-related items from the Graceland archives. The exhibit will be in the lobby area of each venue and will not have an admission fee Source:,

Elvis rated 2 historical person people would like to meet

A poll for the new magazine, Dr Who Adventures, found the Top 10 of historical figures people would like to meet. 1. Winston Churchill 2. Elvis Presley 3. Albert Einstein 4. Marilyn Monro 5. Martin Luther King Jr 6. Ghandi 7. Princess Diana 8. Nelson Mandela 9. Isaac Newton 9. Elizabeth I 9. John Lennon Source:

The Million Dollar Quartet the 50th Anniversary Edition 2CD release

Here is the artwork for the new 50th Anniversary edition of the legendary jam session which has become known as the "Million Dollar Quartet". This 2 disc edition is released on Monday 20th March by Charly Records. Disc one contains the usual 41 tracks already released by BMG and Disc two contains 32 Sun recordings by Elvis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis Source:

Charro! DVD

A DVD of the Elvis movie Charro! has been released. This DVD has excellent picture and sound quality. Included in special features is the deleted nude scene, an excellent 8mm colour home movie of Elvis 'off set' and a still picture gallery.

Elvis A Legendary Performer on DVD

The content sounds promising, with the original and uncensored nude scene with actress Ina Balin, an excerpt from the Houstin Astrodome shows in 1974 and home movies with the late Charlie Hodge.
The chapters are set up into the following categories:
The Fifties / Army Days / The Sixties / Movie Galleries / A Man Called Charro / Aloha From Hawaii / The Seventies
Content includes:
Magnolia Gardens, August 7 1955 (Amateur colour footage)
Tupelo Fair, September 26 1956 (Film and matching sound)
Tupelo Benefit, September 27 1957 (Backstage & on-stage footage)
The Cut Nude Scene from the movie \'Charro\'
TV advert for the \'Aloha Album\'
TV advert for \'Elvis In Concert\'
Home Movies of Elvis & Charlie Hodge
Plus more.


"Elvis Presley's Memphis" restaurant to re-open on Beale Street

The restaurant once known as EP's Memphis will reopen on Beale Street late this summer , but operating under a distinctly different motif. It is now being called by the working name of "EP - Delta Kitchen and Bar." Source:

New FTD releases

Something for Everybody (2CD) Made In Memphis Elvis Presley (2CD) Clambake (soundtrack) I Found My Thrill (soundboard, Las Vegas, January 27, 1974 DS)

Elvis - The Ed Sullivan Shows DVD

Elvis : The Ed Sullivan Shows DVD release due out in November will bring you Elvis' three performances on the Ed Sullivan Show. And besides all 3 episodes featuring Elvis Presley, there will be a number of Elvis extras as well! A rare home movie capturing a very early Elvis performance, shot on April 24, 1955, at Magnolia Gardens near Houston, Texas Elvis and Ed remembered Elvis is on his way! Ed Sullivan Show clips Special Elvis moments, including appearances by Colonel Tom Parker Home movies of Elvis and Priscilla, Elvis and his friends cutting up on a film set and some of the first shots of daughter Lisa Marie. Share the excitement of Elvis Presley's earthshattering introduction to the nation in these three unforgettable episodes from The Ed Sullivan Show, now on DVD for the first time ever, and experience for yourself why Elvis became the legendary King of Rock and Roll! Appearing on the show Sept. 9, 1956, Elvis sent shock waves through a repressed nation with his soulful singing, wild hip gyrations and raw energy, attracting a record-breaking TV audience of more than 60 million people. Presley returned on Oct. 28, 1956, continuing to provoke ecstatic screams with hits such as Don't Be Cruel, Love Me Tender and Hound Dog. In fact, these exhilarating performances were so explosive that Elvis was filmed above the waist during his final Sullivan show appearance on January 6, 1957. Source:

Tickle Me DVD Release

The picture quality is definitely best available as far. Much better than on previous VHS versions. Picture is sharper and colours are more realistic than before. The format of the picture is nearly 14:9. The DVD is again equipped with bonus material - nice picture gallery and - chapter for every songs - nice touch, you can go directly to any song included in the movie. The moving menu itself is very impressive. Source:

Elvis Presley - Behind the Scenes at the Seattle World's Fair new DVD

Albert Fisher was there when Elvis filmed his 13th motion picture during the Seattle World's Fair in 1962. After more than 40 years he has dusted off the historic 8mm footage he captured of both events. Source:,

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