The Back In Memphis concert (Elvis Unlimited) will be a benefit concert for Myrna Smith of The Sweet Inspirations.
Myrna has suffered a stroke and is on dialysis. She will need long term care. Myrna has many medical bills and many more medical expenses are ahead due to severity of her condition.
The show is during Elvis Week on August 12 at 8 PM at the Michael D. Rose Theater at the University Of Memphis. Reserved seats are 45.00 US Dollars and includes admission to the mini -convention and silent auction from 6 to 8 PM with special guests Barbara Hearn,Charles Stone, Sonny West, Sandi Pichon, Roben Jones & more.
Is EMatters or Knudsen of Danish EPUnLtd organizing this event ? Maybe it can be filmed and later sold on BlueRay video to fans who want to spend their money on such materials.
Lets just hope that EPE help Myrna financially with her medical bills, after all the years she's worked to earn them money....
I hope the best for Myrna, but it shows that the most people in the USA don't have a normal insurance to pay their medical bills...that's a shame..! Get well Myrna !
I have been praying for Myrna's return to good health and have sent her numerous cards. It is wonderful that there is going to be a benefit concert for Myrna but I would never have anything to do with an event that Sonny West was involved with in any way. I will find another way to donate to Myrna's medical expenses. God Bless you Myrna.
Yes I agree with you Judy but what's the chances of that happening, they don't do much for nothing do they? Myrna was hospitalised here in the UK for three weeks before she got home and I think other sources got her home not EPE. We are fortunate in the UK with our NHS service, even though at times we knock it. Great idea Elvis Unlimited and good luck with the ticket sales. How nice to see the guests above supporting the cause, for nothing I hope : ) All the more for Myrna's medical bills then. I'm sure if Elvis knew of this he'd be helping her too and wanting nothing in return for it other than for her recovery which is what we all want. Get well Myrna we love you.
Lets get over the Sonny West thing, Geez it was over 30 years ago. He is doing a good thing here. Elvis certainly was no saint and Sonny was no better or worse a person.