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Upcoming Highlights Sirius Radio

November 30, 2010 | Other

Soundtrack Saturday Night: Clambake
Tues 11/30 8:00 pm ET
Maybe not a great movie, but a fabulous cast included Shelly Fabares, Will “Sugarfoot” Hutchins, Bill Bixby, Terry Garr, and James Gregory, who co-starred with Cliff Robertson in PT 109. (2 hrs)
Rebroadcast: Thurs 12/2 5:00 am ET

Elvis Live In Concert: Global World Premiere: The Boston Garden, November 10, 1971
Tues 11/30 10:00 pm ET
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with the latest Follow That Dream concert release, Elvis As Recorded At Boston Garden ’71. Elvis and the Boston Celtics: world class on SIRIUS|XM. (1 hr)

Saturday Special: Shopping Around All Request and Dedication Holiday Show
Tues 11/30 9:00 pm ET
Shopping Around, just like the Elvis tune from GI Blues. It's the busiest shopping day of the year and ER wants to hear from you: Call in your Elvis holiday gift list and shopping report and request your favorite Elvis tunes in the all-request special. (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Elvis Rocks The White House
Wed 12/1 8:00 pm ET
December 21, 1970 marks an incredible day of American rock 'n' roll history as Elvis A. Presley took control of President Richard M. Nixon’s Oval Office. You’ll enjoy hearing the story from the inside perspective of Jerry Schilling as he shares his memories of this historic event from 40 years ago. Of all the requests made each year to the National Archives for reproductions of photographs and documents, one item has been requested more than any other. That item, more requested than the Bill of Rights or even the Constitution of the United States, is the photograph of Nixon shaking hands with the King. Elvis For President 2012! (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Elvis Week 2007 Starring Priscilla Presley
Wed 12/1 9:00 pm ET
The 30th Anniversary Elvis Week three years ago stands on record as the biggest and one of the best Elvis Weeks ever. Highlights from 2007 included the incredible concert at the FedEx Forum, Lisa Marie Presley’s stunning performance of "In The Ghetto," and more Elvis World VIPs gathered together at Graceland in Memphis than ever before! Enjoy this look back and hear some of Priscilla’s favorite Elvis stories as we kick off the December holiday season! (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: The Larry Geller Story
Wed 12/1 10:00 pm ET
Larry Geller is a one-of-a-kind guy and has among the most unique insights and perspectives on the type of man Elvis Presley is. No surprise since Larry may have spent as much one-on-one time with E as anyone. Even better, Larry is one of the best story tellers you will ever meet. Join Elvis Radio for this special show as we guarantee you’ll be delighted to hear Larry share his compelling stories and Elvis memories. (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: ELIC, The Fan’s Choice!
Thurs 12/2 8:00 pm ET
Elvis Radio asked the fans to choose their all-time favorite Elvis concert performances, and this two-hour concert special is one of our early Elvis Radio holiday gifts to Elvis fans ‘round the world! (2 hrs)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Maestro Joe Guercio
Thurs 12/2 10:00 pm ET
Joe Guercio is best known for the eight years he served as Elvis Presley’s musical director, beginning in Las Vegas in 1969. He formed the orchestra that backed Elvis and his band on every tour until the King of Rock’s passing in 1977. Joe arranged Elvis’ stage introduction and wrote the 6-note fanfare that began each of his live concerts during that time. Joe also conducted several other singers in his career and arranged hit songs for Steve & Edie, Barbara Streisand and Gladys Knight. Joe is a frequent guest on Elvis Radio LIVE from Graceland and has been the guiding musical maestro for the TCB Band and 2010 European Elvis Concert tour as well as the performances on the Elvis Cruise. (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Elvis Live In Concert '54 - '61
Thurs 12/2 11:00 pm ET
Most fans are most familiar with Elvis’ live concert performances post-The ’68 Comeback, as Elvis ceased performing live in concert to concentrate on his movie career between the spring of 1961 and his return to Burbank, CA, in June of 1968 when he begin rehearsals for the NBC TV special. It's with great pleasure that Elvis Radio presents this music special that features Elvis’ earliest night club concert recordings, his Louisiana Hayride performances, his very first appearance in Las Vegas, the famous Little Rock backstage recording from May 1956 and his historic USS Arizona concert fund raiser on March 25, 1961. (1 hr)

Elvis Live In Concert: Madison Square Garden June 10, 1972
Fri 12/3 8:00 pm ET
You’ll dig the King’s triumphant return as he conquers the toughest crowd in the world. Ain’t nothing like a New York audience, you better be at the top of your game, and man, Elvis brought his A+ game to 8th Avenue atop Penn Station! Think of the biggest superstars who have played the Garden…Willis Reed (#19), (Senator and Rhodes scholar Princeton star) Bill Bradley (#24), Walt “Clyde” Frazier (#10), Earl (The Pearl) Monroe (#15), Patrick Ewing (#33) and Dave DeBusschere (#22). Yo, New Yawk, don’t forget #1, Elvis Presley! (1 hr)
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/5 12:00 am ET; Sun 12/5 10:00 pm ET; Tues 12/7 6:00 am ET

The Best Of Elvis Radio: W.S. “Fluke” Holland
Fri 12/3 9:00 pm ET
To get you ready for the Million Dollar Quartet Anniversary Show, Then & Now, we thought you would enjoy learning a little bit more about that historic back story through the eyes of the drummer who was working at Sun Studio on December 4, 1956. Fluke began with Carl Perkins and plays on the original recording of "Blue Suede Shoes," but went on to become Johnny Cash’s drummer in the Tennessee Three. Fluke has been recognized by several respected drummers, including Ringo Starr. Holland is heard on many of Johnny Cash's most famous songs, including "Ring Of Fire." The Man In Black is on record as telling Fluke, "I want you to work with me every show I play for as long as I'm in the business". (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Guest DJ Eddie Clendening
Fri 12/3 10:00 pm ET
Eddie has the challenging acting role of playing Elvis in the Broadway stage production of The Million Dollar Quartet. You’ll get to know a little more about Eddie during his guest DJ show that originally aired in June 2010 for Elvis Radio’s 6th Anniversary. Eddie is one of the coolest young cats you’ll ever meet, and, he is not an Elvis impersonator! (1 hr)

The Best Of Elvis Radio: Guest DJs Melissa Etheridge with the MDQ
Fri 12/3 11:00 pm ET
As part of Elvis Radio’s Million Dollar Quartet anniversary weekend (12/4/56), here’s another fabulous encore program from June 2010. You’ll hear from the TONY Award winner Levi Kreis (Jerry Lee Lewis), Lance Guest (Johnny Cash), Rob Lyons (Carl Perkins), and Eddie Clendening (Elvis) plus their special VIP guest, rock star Melissa Etheridge. (1 hr)

The Million Dollar Quartet Anniversary Show, Then & Now
Sat 12/4 12:00 pm ET
Million Dollar Quartet is the name given to recordings made on December 4, 1956 at 706 Union Avenue at Sun Studio in downtown Memphis. This historic event is considered by many musicologists as the first supergroup jam session, although the true story bears the fact that this was really a combination of a Carl Perkins studio recording session with a surprise drop-in holiday guest visit from Elvis Presley, and the recording debut of Sam Phillips’ newest session piano player, the young Jerry Lee Lewis. Johnny Cash popped in to