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Later, sources claim the book is the work of noted Elvis photographer, Sean Shaver, and noted Elvis fan club president/author, Wanda June Hill Singer David Darlock appears on the GERALDO talkback show in April.
Darlock admits he was paid 0 in April 1981 by the Elvis fan club, "Eternally Elvis" (operated by Steve Chanzes) to simulate the voice of Elvis for an album (others say it is the voice of Dan Willis). "The Presley Arrangement", a novel by Monte Nicholson is first published (it is reissued twice, most recently by Living The Dream Press, in 2004).
Major Bill Smith, a Texas record producer initiates legal action against EPE, "the world's biggest monoploy", believing it is intefering with promotion of his eventual book about Elvis being alive, "Memphis Mystery (Requiem for Elvis)".
The book is (privately) republished by Smith several times between 19 A photograph of Muhammad Ali is taken purportedly showing "Elvis" in the background.
The newsletters have names like "The Elvis Beat" (Mary Smiley), "Elvis Lives" (Ron Collamore & Kate Mc Neil), "The gathering"* (Gail Brewer-Giorgio), "Notes for the Record (Linda Hood Sigmon), "Notes from Orion" (Anna Mae Strunk), "Search: Investigative Newsletter" (Phil Aitcheson/Presley Commission); "Spotlighters" (Carole Taylor Smith), and "The Elvis Special" (Maria Columbus & Jeannie Tessum, acting as a conduit for Steve Chanzes).
Due to the personalities and politics involved, many of the "underground" groups waged a fierce, bitter battle with each other.
Stars in attendance included Wayne Newton, Petula Clark, Shirley Bassey, Burt Bacharach and Angie Dickinson On January 9, 1971, the national Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) announced Elvis as one of "The Top Ten Young Men of the Year".
However, Dewey had the distinction of being the first DJ to play an Elvis record in its entirety Elvis once dated famous stripper, Tempest Storm Elvis was filmed from the waist up only during his 3rd and final appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show In the 50s Elvis was friendly with rising stars, Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner and Ty (Bronco Lane) Hardin Gladys Presley was 46 years old when she died, not 42, as many books suggest The Roustabout album sold 450,000 copies on its initial release, 150,000 copies more than any of the preceding three soundtrack LPs.
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Quote: "There were rock 'n' roll records before Heartbreak Hotel, but this was the one that didn't just open the door…it literally blasted the door off its rusted, rotten, anachronistic hinges...producing, no propelling, a fundamental, primordial and unstoppable shift in not only musical, but social, political and cultural history" (JNP, BBC website) "Elvis loved opera, and he especially liked Mario Lanza. He liked real dramatic things" Elvis' #1 Pop Singles on Cashbox, USA: Heartbreak Hotel (1956) Don't Be Cruel (1956) Hound Dog (1956) Love Me Tender (1956) Too Much (1957) All Shook Up (1957) Teddy Bear (1957) Jailhouse Rock (1957) Don't (1958) Stuck On You (1960) It's Now Or Never (1960) Are You Lonesome Tonight?
The major drivers of these networks are names like Chanzes, Brewer-Giorgio, Smiley and Aitcheson.
They serve to reinforce the "believers" faith with controversial claims (including death threats) and unverifiable facts.