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06-28-2012, 04:41 PM
My old Youtube Channel ElvisZone finally deleted from youtube :cursing: it become a classic youtube channel with too much subscribers but I don't feel so sad about it :'( because that force me to refresh all that videos now so it's time for all videos will be updated restoreted and released in better quality in TheElvisZone (http://www.youtube.com/user/theElvisZone) channel also new ones will be there so don't forget to subscribe and thank you... :)





Joe Car
06-28-2012, 08:13 PM
Always appreciate your efforts and work Erhan. Thanks!

07-12-2012, 02:28 PM
ELVIS Proud Mary [ Live From Madison Square Garden ] HD
Rare Footges from Legendary Presley Concerts June 9, 1972 New York MSG

NOTS:Over the four shows performed by Elvis many celebrities, including musicians, attended one of his shows most notably amongst them George Harrison, Art Garfunkel, David Bowie, all the members of both Ten Years After and Led Zeppelin, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan. It had been reported that John Lennon had attended one of the shows, incognito, but in an interview in 1975 he denied ever seeing Elvis live in concert. Bruce Springsteen also attended one of the four shows, having signed his first record contract with Columbia Records earlier that week. Eddie Murphy also found the show very influential. After purchasing a copy he would lip-synch to the record in front of a mirror. Murphy states that it was Elvis that helped him decide to be a professional entertainer. Croatian/Yugoslavian pop star Mišo Kovač, highly influenced by the music of Elvis Presley, attended one of the shows, claiming afterwards that the show changed his self-perception. A musician who also felt the power of Presley's Garden shows was Paul Stanley, the rhythm guitarist and primary lead vocalist of the rock band Kiss who, as a struggling musician and part-time cab driver at night took numerous customers to, and from the Garden during the three days of Presley's NYC engagement. Hearing about and feeling the excitement directly from those who shared his numerous rides made him think very seriously about his future career, promising himself to one day fill the Garden, something which he accomplished with his band in early February of 1977, some 5 months before Presley's death.


07-19-2012, 05:53 AM