Join Elvis Hit Making Team Music Project

Here is a press release from the Hit Making Team Music Project: Destiny Continues Its Materialization Of The Entertainment World's Greatest Miracle; The Entire Elvis Presley "Hit Making Team" Is Back In Operation And The Engines Are Roaring! Los Angeles/New York (PRWEB) December 13, 2004 -- Fate has been knockin’ on Heaven’s door; the powers at be and Elvis’ spirit have answered. The prophets have spoken…"Get The Band Back Together, Save The Music"! And so it is fans, the word of the Rock ‘n Roll Gods. Elvis Presley’s entire "Hit Making Team" has re-assembled in a history making new music venture with singer/songwriter John Krondes and The Jordanaires. For the first time since Elvis’ death, The "TCB" Band, The Jordanaires, Sweet Inspirations, and now the Elvis "Memphis Studio Band" have been put back in place together to record new music. The Heavens shook, and the universe is rockin’ and cheerin’ on the news of this divine assembly. This historic convocation has just mustered up the Elvis troops named the "Memphis Boys." The Memphis Studio team for Elvis, Mike Leech (Bass), Bobby Emmons (Organ), Bobby Woods (Piano/Keyboards), Shane Keister (Piano/Keyboards), Gene Chrisman (Drums) and Reggie Young (Guitar) have all been united in this league of rockers with front man John Krondes and the Jordanaires. At "American Studios" in Memphis, "The Memphis Boys" played on such Elvis hits as "Suspicious Minds", "Kentucky Rain", "In The Ghetto", "Don’t Cry Daddy", "Long Black Limousine", "It Keeps Right A Hurtin", "Momma Liked The Roses", "Rubberneckin" and "Trouble" to name a few. As preordination continues to call the shots in this dazzling story, The "Memphis Boys" recently joined rocker John Krondes and the Jordanaires at Emerald Recording Studio in Nashville for their first recording session together in this monumental musical undertaking. "TCB" Band Member and Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer James Burton will be adding guitar parts to the new tracks, and The "Sweet Inspirations" are scheduled to add their "Sweet" Vocals to the new tracks next week in Los Angeles. The Elvis "Hit Making Team" in responding to our fans wishes is here forth inviting a limited number of music fans to our historical recording sessions. Watch history in the making, be a part of Elvis’ dream of keeping the music alive! Fans wishing to attend the next recording session of The Elvis "Hit Making Team" with John Krondes and The Jordanaires should contact Gene Kennedy, Funky Sound of America Nashvile at 615-754-0417 Email: FunkySoundofAmerica"@"yahoo.com Space is very limited, so RSVP as soon as possible. Please stay tuned for future updates, and feel free to contact us with your ideas and input for the project. The new Email address for fan correspondence is HitMakers"@"elvis.com. A new fan club is now up and running on MSN and Yahoo entitled "The Elvis Presley Hit Making Team". Join now and help in the Rock 'n Roll mission of "Keeping The Music Alive!" Our rapidly growing nucleus of Elvis Music Fans have created our new fan club, for this project with the vision and goal of keeping Elvis' spirit alive. Through this new club, you will be the first to hear breaking news and updates on the exploding music making venture by John Krondes and The Jordanaires and The Elvis Presley "Hit Making Team." For more information, use the link below.
Source: The Elvis Hit Making Team / Updated: Dec 14, 2004 
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E.T. (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2004report abuse
I was in contact with one of the members of the mentioned groups. This person also serves as the manager of that particular group. He had never heard of the project in the press release. Is Krondes (who obviously pu out the "press release") daydreaming ?
aaronman1_98 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 14, 2004report abuse
I really dont understand this whole thing or who's funding the money for this. This guy that sings has to really concentrate to be in tune. I wonder how the boys that played on so many hits whith E.P can keep a straight face when they record.
King Of Western Bop (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 14, 2004report abuse
All very well & good. Trouble is, the most important member of the Elvis hit making team is no longer with us.

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