Elvis, Jesus and Coca-Cola

by Kinky Friedman | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0553568914 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingsolittletimewing of Portland, Maine USA on 2/9/2004
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Journal Entry 1 by wingsolittletimewing from Portland, Maine USA on Monday, February 09, 2004

I thought of mississippimom when I saw this one, as she is always looking for Elvis-related books to release in the area around Graceland. I think I may read this one first, but designate it as reserved to go to her for release afterwards.

Journal Entry 2 by wingsolittletimewing from Portland, Maine USA on Wednesday, March 10, 2004
I decided not to read this one. It was finally mailed today via media mail as a RABCK.

Journal Entry 3 by mississippimom from Olive Branch, Mississippi USA on Tuesday, March 16, 2004
WoooHooo... a RABCK! solittletime is always sending out such nice surprises! Thanks a BUNCH.... You know what I like!

Plus it has the cutest little postcard! "Friends 'til the End!"

I'll read this one then release in the Graceland area in August during the BIG Elvis week!

Thanks again, solittletime! You're the best!

Journal Entry 4 by mississippimom from Olive Branch, Mississippi USA on Sunday, May 09, 2004

I plan to release this one in August during Elvis Week somewhere in the Graceland area.....

Elvis Week 2004 Events Calendar
Following is the currently available information about events presented by Graceland/EPE and by other organizations for Elvis Week 2004. Stay up to date by subscribing to our Free E-newsetters service.

Listings for one-time events on this date are forthcoming. See the multiple-dates event listings below for activities that include this date. Note: There is a possibility that the City of Memphis could have a special Elvis Week kick-off event on this day and evening to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll. We will update you on that as soon as possible, but wanted you to know now that something was brewing so you could make your travel plans accordingly.

Welcome Elvis Fans Picnic
12:00 Noon. Elvis Presley American Legion Post 249, 8313 Highway 70 (Summer Avenue),Bartlett, TN. Admission is $20.00/Adults,$10.00/Children 7-13 years, Children under 7 - free. Admission includes food, beverages and entertainment. Entertainment will be provided by Joe Kent, an Elvis tribute singer. Special Guests TBA. If you need transportation, directions or for advance ticket purchases, please contact Gigi Ballester via E-mail or Glenda Vilseck at via E-mail. Or call (901) 388-2492 and leave a message and someone will return your call.

Listings for one-time events on this date are forthcoming. See listings further down this page for multiple-date activities that include this date.

The Elvis Presley Memorial Trauma Center Reception
10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon. The Park Cafe, 1st Floor—Jefferson Building, The Regional Medical Center at Memphis, 877 Jefferson Avenue. A special reception to honor Elvis fans, fan clubs and individuals who are "Wall of Honor" recipients. For more information, contact The MED Foundation office at (901) 545-8372 or via E-mail.

Elvis Youth Trivia Contest
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. Graceland Plaza Tent located in front of Rockabilly's Diner. Kids - come out and test your knowledge about Elvis. Admission for contestants and audience is free. Great prizes for winning contestants.

18th Annual Elvis World Lunch
1:00 ­- 3:00 PM. Marlowe’s Restaurant, 4381 Elvis Presley Blvd., Memphis. Elvis World magazine Publisher Bill E. Burk brings in a who’s who of Elvis friends, family and book authors to speak. EW Fan & Fan Club of the Year awards are presented. Reservations only. Door prizes. Admission is $13.00. For more information contact: Elvis World, Box 16792, Memphis, TN 38186.

Elvis Fan Forum with EPE
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Peabody Hotel (Venetian Room), 149 Untion Avenue. Free admission. No tickets. Fans get the latest news from Graceland/EPE management and have the opportunity to make comments and ask questions. EPE’s CEO and the directors and managers of various departments attend.

Conversations on Elvis
9:00 AM – 12 Noon, Malco Paradiso Theatre, 584 S. Mendenhall, Memphis. Friends and colleagues of Elvis shart personal recollections and take questions from the audience. Panelists to be announced. Admission is $10.00. Seating is very limited for the event and we are expecting a sellout - so get your tickets early! Advance tickets are available via the Graceland sales/reservations department. Phone: (901) 332-3322 or (800) 238-2000. E-mail: glsales@elvis.com. More ticket info. If there are any tickets not sold in advance, they will be available at the door.

Elvis At The Movies - Take 1
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Pickup at 12:30 PM at Graceland Parking Lot & 1:00 PM on Union Ave. at the Peabody Hotel. Come with us for the first time tour to see some of the theaters where Elvis loved to watch movies. Very early in Elvis's career he became so wildly popular that it was impossible for Elvis to watch a movie from beginning to end without interruptions so it was not unusual for Elvis to rent a theater for the evening and invite his closest friends for a fun evening of entertainment. The Memphian Theater was one of Elvis' favorites - so we have made special arrangements to stop for a peak inside the theater and take a few pictures of our own! After this, you will continue to the highlight of this tour, a viewing of Elvis on the big screen in Viva Las Vegas at the new Paradiso Theater! Tour buses will return to Graceland by 6:00 PM for Elvis at the Movies Take 1 passengers. $45.00 per person includes Elvis Tour with tour inside the Memphian Theatre, Viva Las Vegas movie ticket and transportation. For tickets, contact Sweet Magnolia Tours toll-free at (866) 320-5295, fax (901) 525-2901, or visit the Web site, or via E-mail.

1st Annual Elvis Film Festival - Presented by Hollywood Casino
1:00 PM ­- 9:00 PM. Malco Paradiso Theatre, 584 S. Mendenhall, Memphis. $8.00 per person per film. Come and experience Elvis on the big screen! Jailhouse Rock at 1:00 PM & 7:00 PM. Viva Las Vegas at 3:00 PM & 9:00 PM. Elvis: That’s the Way It Is, Special Edition at 5:00 PM. Film times are subject to change. Special celebrity guest appearances in lobby. Guests TBA. Advance tickets on sale May 3 through August 2 via the Graceland sales/reservations department. Phone: (901) 332-3322 or (800) 238-2000. E-mail: glsales@elvis.com. More ticket info.

Elvis At The Movies - Take 2
1:00 PM - 11:30 PM. Pickup at 12:30 PM at Graceland Parking Lot and Peabody Hotel. This all-day tour has the features of the 1/2-day Take 1 tour (see above) plus round trip transportation and free dinner coupon valued at $12.50 at the Hollywood Casino in Tunica, MS. Try your luck at the games, see the Hollywood memorabilia and receive a 5% discount at the Hollywood Casino gift shop! Tour will return you directly to your hotel by 11:30 PM. $49.00 per person includes Elvis Tour with tour inside the Memphian Theatre, Viva Las Vegas movie ticket, free dinner coupon to Hollywood Casino, 5% discount at the Hollywood Casino gift shop plus transportation. For tickets, contact Sweet Magnolia Tours toll-free at (866) 320-5295, fax (901) 525-2901, or visit the Web site, or via E-mail.

Mike Freeman's Tupelo Tour
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM. Leave from Graceland Parking Lot. Cost is $75.00. See as many places in Tupelo as possible. Your ticket cost of $75 includes birthplace and museum entrance fee, lunch, a chance at prizes, and admission to Elvis' first Memphis home, 1034 Audubon Drive. For tickets or information, call (901) 761-1838 and ask for Mike or Cindy or E-mail Mike. Please pay in advance with US check, international money order or traveler's checks (in US dollars) sent to Mike Freeman, 1034 Audubon Drive, Memphis, TN 38117. Can't go on the 12th, but have other days available? Contact Mike or Cindy to see where they can fit in a tour for you.

Elvis Fan Club Presidents Luncheon
12 Noon – 3:00 PM. Harrah's Tunica Casino and Hotel, 1100 Casino Strip Blvd., Robinsonville, MS. The annual Elvis Week gathering of Elvis fan club presidents and officers with Graceland/EPE management. This is an invitation-only event. Fan club leaders receive detailed information directly from Fan Relations at Graceland/EPE. Sponsorship support provided by Harrah's Tunica Casino and Hotel for this year's luncheon.

Graceland Scavenger Hunt
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM. Graceland. Guests are invited to tour Graceland Mansion and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum while simultaneously participating in a trivia scavenger hunt. Adult and Junior version of scavenger hunt will be
available. More details to come. Cost: adults $20.00; children 7-12 $10.00; children 6 and under free. Advance tickets are available via the Graceland sales/reservations department. Phone: (901) 332-3322 or (800) 238-2000. E-mail: glsales@elvis.com. More ticket info. (Shuttles to the mansion for the Scavenger Hunt will run from 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM so those participating in the Tupelo Tour will still have time to participate.)

Collingwood Rocks with Elvis Fan Club Presents Stephen Kabakos: The Way It Was Rocks Hard Rock Café
5:00 PM dinner show seating. Hard Rock Café, 315 Beale St, Memphis. Mastering the look, sound and mannerisms with amazing accuracy of the King of Rock ’n’ Roll, Stephen Kabakos delivers an astonishing high-energy stage performance, successfully capturing an authentic portrayal. Tickets for the dinner/show are $25.00. Tickets for the show only are $10.00. For information on tickets contact Kathleen DeNike via E-mail or call (705) 445-9477. (There's also an afternoon show at 2:00 PM on August 14. Same price.)

Party With the Pandas and Alfred Wertheimer
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Memphis Zoo, 2000 Prentiss Place. Elvis fans are invited to an exclusive after-hours party at the Memphis Zoo with Alfred Wertheimer and giant pandas, Ya Ya and Le Le! Mr. Wertheimer will be signing autographs and telling stories. Guests will enjoy a private panda viewing, an intimate setting to hear stories from Mr. Wertheimer and enjoy live entertainment and a cash bar. Tickets are only $10.00 per person. To purchase tickets, visit the Web site or call (901) 276-WILD.

Rock 'n' Roll Sock Hop with Sonny Burgess and The Pacers
8:00 PM ­- 1:00 AM. Marriott Hotel Downtown, 250 N. Main Street, Memphis. Come join the Brits for a great night of 50’s rock’n’roll. Live performances by Sun record artist Sonny Burgess and the Pacers, Europe’s top Elvis sound-alike Colin Paul and Britain’s finest rockin’ band The Firebirds. Kick off your shoes and dance until there are holes in your socks to Elvis’s hottest rock ’n’ roll songs. Jive, doo wop, rockabilly and rock’n’roll. There will be something for everyone at the Brit’s 50’s extravaganza. Tickets are $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door. For tickets, call (866) 320-5295, fax (901) 525-2901, visit the Web site or via E-mail.

Elvis Country Annual Auction
9:00 PM. Ramada Limited-Airport, 2979 Millbranch Rd., Memphis. Auction of Elvis memorabilia, collectibles and crafts. Door prizes, raffles and lots of fun! Sponsored by Elvis Country Fan Club. Proceeds benefit the Elvis Charitable Foundation and benefit the production of the opening ceremony the fan club produces for the start of the Candlelight Vigil event. Free admission.

Walk a Mile in My Shoes ­- All Elvis City of Memphis Tour
Boarding at 8:15 AM, departure at 8:30 AM, return to Graceland at 12:30 PM. Tour departs Graceland parking lot next door to Heartbreak Hotel. Bus will be at the walkway from the hotel to the Graceland parking lot. All-Elvis tour for the dedicated fan. This tour focuses on the life of Elvis Presley and includes many sites that are not featured on traditional Memphis City tours. Follow the footsteps of the King from “rags to riches” starting from Elvis’s first home on Poplar Avenue to his beloved Graceland. This special Elvis tour takes you to the Overton Park Band Shell and Lamar Shopping Center where Elvis first performed in public, Pop Tunes, Supercyle, Humes High School, Hotel Chisca, Crump Stadium, Libertyland, the Coliseum, Forest Hill Cemetery, the Memphian Theater and Lauderdale Courts. A “Closer to You” stop at the home Elvis owned on Audubon Drive, now owned by historians/authors Mike Freeman and Cindy Hazen, will be included. A true Elvis Fan will not want to miss this once-in-a-life time tour! $40.00 per person includes transportation and narrated tour with Elvis Tour Guide. For reservations contact Sweet Magnolia Tours toll-free at (866) 320-5295, fax (901) 525-2901, or visit the Web site, or via E-mail.

Tupelo Day Trip by Unique Tours
8:30 AM ­- 4:00 PM. Departs from the Graceland parking lot at 8:30 AM. Music, games, and Elvis videos will entertain fans on a deluxe motor-coach Tupelo-bound. After touring Elvis’s first home, fans will visit the Times and Things Remembered Museum and the memorial chapel, followed by a short city tour, highlighting the places important to Elvis’ life. Tickets are $65.00 per person. For tickets, go to the Web site or call (800)235-1984.

Gospel Brunch at The Lodge
10:00 AM - 12 Noon. Gospel Brunch at The Lodge, home of Elvis’s Paradise, Hawaiian Style co-star, Suzanna Leigh. Starring Chris MacDonald performing Elvis gospel music, movie memories with Suzanna Leigh and DJ Tyke Harrison spins more Elvis gospel! Sponsored by D&N’s Elvis Presley Fan Club. Benefitting the Elvis Presley American Legion Post. $25.00 per person, advance purchase only. Checks to Nancie Craft, 2350 Bering Dr., Suite 116, Houston, TX 77057. E-mail or phone: (713) 782-1122.

Elvis Collectors Club Meet & Greet
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Peabody Hotel (specific ballroom to be determined), 149 Union Avenue. Get to know your fellow Elvis Collectors Club members, the EPE leadership team and others in Memphis for Elvis Week. There will be some fun prizes, videos and a lot of meetin’ and greetin’ with your fellow members, EPE staff and others in town for Elvis Week. You never know who may show up! From 5:00 – 6:00 Jerry Osborne, music collecting and memorabilia expert will be in the Grand Ballroom to share some exciting developments in the world of Elvis collecting.

The Merchandise and Memorabilia Showroom will be open from 4:00 – 7:00 so be sure to stop in and check that out as well. Admission to this event is free for Collectors Club members but you will need to reserve a ticket with the Graceland Reservations Department.

The Legends ­- Good Rockin’ Tonite
6:30 PM. The Cannon Center for the Performing Arts,downtown Memphis. The legendary musicians who shaped rock ’n’ roll - Scotty Moore, D.J. Fontana, The Jordanaires, Boots Randolph, Billy Swan, Millie Kirkham, Bob Moore and so many more of the original force behind Elvis and other rock 'n' roll performers will return in an all-star gathering. Reserved tickets are $48.00, general admission is $38.00. For tickets contact Elvis International…The Magazine at (818) 991-3892 or via E-mail. Also visit the Web site.

The TCB Band Concert
10:00 PM. The Cannon Center for the Performing Arts, downtown Memphis. The legendary TCB Band along with Terry Mike Jeffrey return for another incredible concert as they pay tribute to Elvis and the 50th Anniversary of Rock ‘n’ Roll. As always, on our Good Rockin’ Tonite concerts, there will be a few surprise guests stopping by. This will be the TCB Band’s only appearance in Memphis this year. Reserved tickets are $48.00, general admission is $38.00. For tickets contact Elvis International…The Magazine at (818) 991-3892 or via E-mail. Also visit the Web site.

22nd Annual Elvis Presley International 5K and Fun Walk
Starts at 8:00 AM at Graceland Plaza. Finish at Graceland Gates. Be part of this annual tradition and join the more than 2,000 people from all around the world that raise money for United Cerebral Palsy of the Mid-South, a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services to the many children and adults within our community who have disabilities. Cost is $18.00 to enter. For more information or to enter, call (901) 761-4277 or visit the Web site.

Elvis Tupelo Tour by Coach USA
8:00 AM ­- 4:30 PM. See the town where Elvis was born and lived till he was thirteen. Tour his home, museum, meditation chapel and statue of “Elvis at 13.” Guided City tour and lunch provided. $69.00 per person. For tickets call (901) 382-6366. Web site.

Official Elvis Collectors Club Conference
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Peabody Hotel (Grand Ballroom), 149 Union Avenue. The annual Elvis Week gathering of members of the Official Elvis Collectors Club. Elvis Presley Enterprises is putting together a very full day for Collectors Club members that will give them advance notice and behind-the-scenes, exclusive information about Elvis - music, collecting and other aspects of Elvis’s career. This year's conference is hosted by Tom Brown, vice president of production for Turner Classic Movies.

First, experience an exciting panel discussion and view some rarely seen Elvis artifacts from a group of archivists including: Kelly Hill, EPE’s photography manager; Angie Marchese, EPE’s archives manager; Alan Stoker, recorded sound and moving image curator at The Country Music Hall of Fame (and son of Jordanaires member Gordon Stoker). You'll get a behind-the-scenes look at rarely seen Elvis photos and movies and an overview of how these experts are making sure Elvis movies and photos will be around for generations to come.

Then, Howard Kramer, curatorial director at the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame will share his finds from a very special expedition. He is going into the Colonel's artifacts in the Graceland archives on behalf of Collectors Club members so he can come back and share with you what he finds.

In the afternoon, EPE's Todd Morgan and colleague Ray Miller - two of the producers of the exciting new (June 2004 release) comprehensive Elvis sets Elvis,'68 Comeback Special - Deluxe Edition DVD and Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii - Deluxe Edition DVD - will lead a discussion and give a demonstration letting attendees in on the all the behind-the-scenes scoop from these historic projects.

Finally, you won't want to miss the finale as executives from BMG/RCA join us again this year to share a status report on Elvis's current releases and some advance notice of what lies ahead.

Attendees will again receive a welcome kit loaded with Elvis-themed gifts and everyone attending wins a door prize. Tickets are $35 per person. Collectors Club members may purchase one guest ticket in addition to their own. Tickets are limited and we do expect a sellout. Advance tickets on sale May 3 via the Graceland sales/reservations department. Phone: (901) 332-3322 or (800) 238-2000. E-mail: glsales@elvis.com. More ticket info.

Collingwood Rocks with Elvis Fan Club Presents Stephen Kabakos: The Way It Was Rocks Hard Rock Café
2:00 PM show. Hard Rock Café, 315 Beale St, Memphis. See the listing for the August 12th dinner show for all the details.

Let’s Have A Party - A Tribute to Elvis
3:30 PM. Clarion Hotel, 1471 E. Brooks Rd., Memphis. Sponsored by Living the Dream Fan Club. Come join us for an evening of fun, good food and door prizes. Then, sit back and listen as Bruce Wilburn performs his tribute show of your favorite songs. Admission is $23.00 per person. Advance reservations required. Limited seating. For tickets, contact Ruth Hensley at (513) 741-0145.

Aloha from Tupelo
6:00 PM ­- 10:00 PM. Woody’s Resturant, 609 Glouster St,Tupelo, MS. Tribute show and book reading of the novel Around Elvis by fan club president Thorne Peters.

Save the Shell
7:00 PM. Overton Park Shell, 1928 Poplar Ave., Memphis. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Elvis’s first recording and first performance at the Overton Park Shell. Contact Larry via E-mail for details. Tickets just $15.00. Please help save the Shell.

Elvis 50th Anniversary Special Dance Party
Dare to Dance! - A Celebration of 50 Years of Rock 'N' Roll, Elvis Style
8:00 PM ­ 12:00 Midnight. Peabody Hotel (Grand Ballroom). Graceland/EPE's annual official dance event goes all out for the 50th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll and celebrates Elvis Presley’s life and career. Elvis music performed live by the Terry Mike Jeffrey Band, plus Elvis records and video, special giveaways and great prizes. Sponsorship support provided by Sun Studio. Admission $30.00. Advance are tickets available via the Graceland sales/reservations department. Phone: (901) 332-3322 or (800) 238-2000. E-mail: glsales@elvis.com. More ticket info.

Audubon Drive Pool Party
12:00 Noon ­- 4:00 PM. Elvis’s former home, 1034 Audubon Drive. To benefit MASH - Moving Animals Safely Home by Labs4Rescue. Entertainment by Tyke Harrison’s Tomcat DJ Show. Food. Swim in Elvis’s pool. Tour his home. Bop contest. Silent auction. Raffle. $35.00 per person. Advance purchase only. Checks to: Labs4Rescue, P.O. Box 3272, Cordova, TN 38088. E-mail for more information, E-mail Kim Adkins. Web site.

The New Gladiators Reunion Luncheon
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. Rock ‘n’ Roll Café, Graceland Crossing, Memphis. To mark the 30th anniversary of the filming of Elvis’ unfinished dream project, The New Gladiators, Essential Elvis magazine will be re-uniting several karate experts and colleagues who either starred in it or were a part of the production team. Guest speakers include Jerry Schilling, Wayne Carmen and Al Holcomb. Other guests will be announced as confirmed. Tickets are $15.00 at the door. For further details, please call (0044) (0) 1903-525917 or visit the magazine Web site.

Official Grenada/The Gambia Postage Stamp Unveiling Ceremony - Elvis 50th Anniversary
2:00 PM. Graceland Plaza Tent located in front of Rockabilly's Diner. In conjunction with Graceland/EPE and the Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation, The Gambia and Grenada will issue a new sheet of Elvis postage stamps to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Rock & Roll. These two countries' government postal administrations will jointly unveil the official postage stamps in a ceremony at Graceland on August 15. Free admission.

Elvis Presley Memorial Mass
3:00 PM. St. Paul Catholic Church, 1425 E. Shelby Dr., Memphis. The church is located south of Graceland, approx. 2-1/2 miles. Recorded music at 2:15 PM. St. Paul Choir sings at 2:45 PM. Memorial Mass at 3:00 PM. Come together to pray and to remember Elvis. Spaghetti dinner will follow. Church Web site.

Elvis Trivia Contest
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM. Graceland Plaza Tent located in front of Rockabilly's Diner. Test your Elvis knowledge against that of your fellow fans by being a contestant, or simply enjoy the show as a member of the audience. Admission for contestants and audience is free. Great prizes for winning contestants and audience drawings.

George Klein’s Elvis Mafia Reunion
4:00 PM. Alfreds, 197 Beale St., Memphis. A reunion of people who were close to Elvis. Lifelong friends and associates of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll reminisce and answer questions. $30.00 admission includes a $10.00 donation to the Make a Wish Foundation and dinner for one. Dinner reservations only, no later than 3:00 PM. For further information call Alfred’s at (901) 525-3711 and ask for Eddie, Jay or Nick. Web site.

Candlelight Vigil & VigilCast
At 9:00 PM there is an opening ceremony at the gates of the Graceland Mansion property. Then, fans are invited to walk up the driveway to Elvis’s gravesite and back down carrying a candle in quiet remembrance. No admission charge. Gates remain open until all who wish to participate in the procession have done so, which typically takes until the early morning hours of August 16, the anniversary date of Elvis’s passing. Free secured parking at the Graceland visitor center complex after 6:00 PM.

George Klein’s Elvis Memorial Service
12:00 Noon ­- 3:00 PM. Main Theater at the University of Memphis. Annual event hosted by Memphis entertainment personality and long-time friend of Elvis, George Klein. Speakers will include friends and relatives of Elvis and celebrity guests. For more information, call the University of Memphis Dept. of Communication at (901) 678-2565.

Journal Entry 5 by mississippimom from Olive Branch, Mississippi USA on Monday, July 05, 2004
As part of the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll, Memphis, the birthplace of rock 'n' roll, will host the "Global Moment in Time" on July 5, 2004. The "Global Moment in Time" officially marks the day when Elvis Presley recorded his first single "That's All Right" at Sun Studio in Memphis in 1954. It became a pivotal moment in rock history, considered "the big bang" in the dawn of the rock 'n' roll era.

At 12 noon ET, radio stations around the world are encouraged to simultaneously play "That's All Right" in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll. The original recording will be available live via satellite from Sun Studio with Scotty Moore, Elvis Presley's guitarist, launching the celebration. Memphis will serve as the hub of the July 5th celebration, hosting star-studded concerts and festivities throughout the day.

Journal Entry 6 by mississippimom from Olive Branch, Mississippi USA on Wednesday, August 11, 2004
To help kick start Elvis Week, Clay Millican performed a burnout in front of Graceland on Monday in the Elvis-themed Dragster he will race at the NHRA Mid-South Nationals and the U.S. Nationals.

Journal Entry 7 by mississippimom at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee USA on Saturday, August 14, 2004
Released on Saturday, August 14, 2004 at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee USA.

I left this book on a bench outside the 'Bijou' theater where they are showing "Walk a Mile in My Shoes".... I wonder if these two Elvis fans ever even noticed this book?!?!? I'm sorry I didn't have time to stay and watch... too little time and too many Elvis books to release (I was in seventh heaven :)

Journal Entry 8 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Thursday, April 21, 2005
Found this book at Graceland Plaza but no I wasn't the person in the photo. Took me ages to get into (about 6 months) but have set it free in Alice Springs Australia. I noticed a gentleman pick it up...hope he enjoys it and keeps it travelling.


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