Elvis and others!
Rufus Thomas, played the first airing of TAR on raido in 54
Vester Presley, Elvis' uncle
Aunt Delta Mae
The Sweet Inspirations, including Portia Griffin
Red West on Beale Street back in the late 80's
Sam Thompson, Linda's brother
Oh come on, you remember that story. I posted it not too long ago!
Forever Best Friends
Security is not the absence of danger but the presence of God no matter what the danger.
I met a dog that Elvis once owned. Do that count? I gave him a real good rub too!
Unfortunately I have not been blessed like some others on here!
That puts you way ahead of me Kim....not even a dog!
I never Met One person From Elvis world. My Sister-Brother-in law Friend Was In Army With Elvis In Texas I been places That Elvis Was That Count , In Seattle
K'zoo Mi, King wing Sta'm, that Elvishave his Shows At, Few More places He did his Shows .
Take a look at you and me,,Are we too blind to see, Do we Simply turn our heads and look the other way.....(Line From "in The Ghetto")
[QUOTE=Diane;273021]That puts you way ahead of me Kim....not even a dog!
Well Diane I am still wondering about that one! Back in 1978 we had a Circus that came to town and one of the main attractions was a little dog that was suppose to have been owned by Elvis. Well the lineup was endless and in behind this curtain was this poor little dog with an Elvis scarf on! Everyone was so happy that it "belonged" to Elvis that no one asked how he got there.
I only wish I had met some people associated with Elvis.
The One and Only King of Rock'n'Roll.
I met alot of them....I only thought to get autographs from Charlie, Vernon and Joe.
I only got to meet them through the years because I used to live there in Memphis. I went to the Elvis Week festivities now and then. I was most impressed with Sam Phillips. Very friendly and charismatic. I was spellbound when I met him. Sonny West was also frinedly. he's changed over the years the most IMO since he got saved. Sam Thompson seemed to be the least impressive.