Elvis Week

Virtual Elvis Week 2020 from home

So no Elvis Week in Memphis for me this year as I haven’t left the house since June and only a handful of times since March. No worries, I honored the life of Elvis Presley in my own way and shared it with my Elvis friends online having my own Virtual Elvis Week from home. Every day from [continue reading]

August 17, 2020 // 4 Comments

Lisa Marie Presley at Elvis Week 2018

FRIDAY AUGUST 10th – ELVIS WEEK DAY 1 I woke up around 3:45am (on purpose) after about 4 or 5 hours of sleep. I left Cookeville just before 4:30am and headed toward Memphis in the dark and the rain. (I had driven 9 1/2 hours the previous day from Maryland.) Originally I had planned to stay in [continue reading]

September 11, 2018 // 2 Comments

Elvis Week 2018

As I sip sweet tea from my Elvis Week cup, I realize it has been almost two weeks since Elvis Week 2018 ended and I am just now writing about it – I still haven’t even unpacked all of my stuff yet. Can you say denial? Yes, those of us who went to Elvis Week are all feeling a bit of [continue reading]

August 31, 2018 // 7 Comments

My Elvis Week 2015 in Maryland

I didn’t make it to Memphis this year for Elvis Week, but I had a pretty good time celebrating at home in Maryland. I listened to Elvis songs all week, I watched the Candlelight Vigil online Saturday night, watched Elvis dvds all day Sunday and saw an Elvis Tribute Artist Sunday night. I [continue reading]

August 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

My 2011, or should I say U2011

When I look back, I will see 2011 as a watershed year for me. It was a year when my entire life changed – for the better. I started the year in Memphis and ended it back home in Maryland – and in between drove 18,000 miles through 31 states in search of a drummer. I saw all 16 U2 360 [continue reading]

December 30, 2011 // 4 Comments

Elvis Week 2011

Saturday August 13th I attended the Sam Phillips documentary The Man Who Invented Rock and Roll at the University of Memphis hosted by Sam’s son Knox Phillips and author Peter Guralnick. It was a great documentary. I actually learned a few things I didn’t know, because quite honestly I [continue reading]

August 18, 2011 // 0 Comments