Jerry’s Girls for E.P.
Although less than 150 pages, this is a great book that was just released a few months ago that I knew nothing about until my friend thankfully brought it to my attention. If I am not mistaken, this is really the only book that is just about the TCB band telling their stories from touring with [continue reading]
Elvis’ 85th Birthday Celebration in Memphis this past January was one of the best times I’ve ever had. All the Jerry Schilling events, meeting Priscilla for the first time, owning a piece of Elvis’ jewelry and the nightly discussions in the Guest House Lobby with my fellow Elvis [continue reading]
I couldn’t have asked for a better weekend than the one I had at Graceland just prior to Elvis’ birthday! It has taken me so long to write about it because once I write about it, I know it is actually over. Anyway, I splurged and got the VIP My Friend Elvis Package which included a [continue reading]
Choosing a ‘J’ Elvis topic for the A to Z Blogging Challenge was a bit difficult for me. I had to decide between one of my favorite Elvis songs “Just Pretend” and one of my favorite Elvis movies Jailhouse Rock, but in the end I had to go with my favorite Elvis friend Jerry [continue reading]
Oh my gosh! I made it! I’m finally in Memphis and back at Graceland and in the Guest House where I belong! This was the first of seven days celebrating the life and legacy of Elvis Presley, who died 40 years ago. Today was a great first day, but it certainly did not start off that way. I left [continue reading]
It was an honor to be one of the first people through the gates of the new Elvis Presley’s Memphis and to see all the new items on display at Graceland and of course the restored racquetball court for the first time! I had the pleasure of spending time with old friends and making new friends. [continue reading]
This extended weekend trip to Memphis was truly one of the best I have ever had. The reason for this trip to Memphis was for the opening of the new Guest House at Graceland, a beautiful new resort next to Graceland. It was more like a mini Elvis Week, rather than my normal trip to Memphis, with [continue reading]