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April 12, 2010 | Other

The Best Of Elvis Radio -- W.S. Fluke Holland: Million Dollar Quartet Drummer
Tues 4/13 9:00 pm ET
Big Jim Sykes produced a wonderful and historical insider’s music special focusing the spotlight on the “hep cat” drummer for the Man In Black, Johnny Cash, who also was the same guy that laid down the backbeat for the first and most famous plugged and unplugged rock & roll jam session of all time — The Million Dollar Quartet. This show originally aired on December 26, 2009. (1 hr)

Soundtrack Saturday Night: Kissin’ Cousins
Tues 4/13 10:00 pm ET
Bill Rock’s Elvis Movie Of The Week is 1964’s Kissin’ Cousins. Two Elvis’ for the price of one! You get the blond Elvis as well as the jet-black EP. (2 hrs)
Rebroadcast: Thurs 4/15 5:00 am ET

Elvis Live In Concert: All Aboard The Louisiana Hayride
Fri 4/16 8:00 pm ET
These are the earliest and the most raw and dangerous concert recordings of Elvis. And get this, he was only 19 and 20 years old. His live radio concert performances are historic and legendary. Recorded live on location in Shreveport, LA, this is the radio concert series that Colonel Tom had to emancipate Elvis from since he had exploded on national television. (1 hr)
Rebroadcast: Sun 4/18 12:00 am ET; Sun 4/18 10:00 pm ET; Tues 4/20 6:00 am ET

Saturday Special: Elvis: His Groundbreaking, Hip-Shaking, News-Making Rock & Roll Story
Sat 4/17 12:00 pm ET
Let’s go behind the scenes at the Newseum in Washington, DC, with their brand new exhibit. We’ll also hear from Jerry Schilling, who was with Elvis when they met President Nixon in the Oval Office at the “other” White House!. (1 hr)

Soundtrack Saturday Night: Viva Las Vegas
Sat 4/17 10:00 pm ET
Bill Rock’s Elvis Movie Of The Week is 1964’s Viva Las Vegas, the movie that helped brand Elvis' conquering of the Vegas Kingdom. (2 hrs)
Rebroadcast: Tues 4/20 10:00 pm ET; Thurs 4/22 5:00 am ET