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73rd Birthday Celebration Radio Show

December 30, 2007 | Book
"Elvis Decoded" Author Patrick Lacy and Elvis Historian Cory Cooper will be guests on "The Frank Shier's Show" on Seattle's own 710 KIRO on Tuesday night January 1st, 2008 at 11:00 PM PST Hosted this week by Gary Mantz.
Author Patrick Lacy has written a book that is long overdue: a detailed, in-depth examination of the facts and figures that permeate the many Elvis books, websites, articles, and public boards. He sorts through all the information and puts things in proper perspective.
From the press-release:
Elvis Decoded also covers scores of other questions and topics that have been largely ignored or mishandled over the past 30 years. This Elvis sleuth offers a unique perspective on the toughest questions and the most complicated issues in the Elvis Universe, and explains how things got so confusing.

Elvis Historian Cory Cooper, a frequent source for books and radio shows about Elvis Presley and his music has appeared on numerous radio shows across the United States and Canada. From local stations to nationally syndicated shows. He has also worked internet radio and has written for Essential Elvis Magazine.

Cory has a wealth of friends and contacts in the Elvis world. That includes members of the "Memphis Mafia" the close group of friends and employees that worked with and protected Elvis Presley.

Please tune in to
710 KIRO LIVE on the air Tuesday night January 1st, 2008 at 11:00 PM PST , have some fun, call in with your questions and share your stories and memories as we celebrate what would have been the 73rd birthday of legendary music icon Elvis Presley.

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Elvisnites wrote on December 30, 2007
Book sounds interesting as long as its not bias with the Mafia being involved. Going on my list. Facts are better than fiction.
Ruthie wrote on January 03, 2008
I read Elvis Decoded & I am still trying to figure it out. What's the purpose? Nothing is "decoded". The book doesn't even make sense. The author just repeats myths, analyzes them, then leaves you with the same myth with only his opinion. No explanation. Probably because myths are just that - myths. What's to explain? Guess I just don't get it.