Help Todd Slaughter

Todd Slaughter will produce a 90 minute radio special for the 35th anniversary of Elvis' death. Everything that has been said about Elvis has been repeated many times over, so he is looking for a different approach. Todd wants to celebrate the power of Elvis' global out-reach, and is anxious to have sound-bites from as many fans as possible - no more than 10 seconds long! Todd is looking for like-minded fans who can come out with one-liners similar to John Lennon's "Before Elvis there was Nothing". Every contributor will receive a CD copy of the broadcast. Sound bites are to be emailed to

Updated: May 3, 2012 
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snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on May 27, 2012report abuse
I just don't get it, a lot of people who are probably no oil paintings themselves, constantly grind away at Elvis' appearance in 1977. You've got to realize that yeah, its not 1968 Elvis, but depending on which song he was performing and i mean How Great thou Art from Rapid city, he seemed to shine. The Feb tour from 1977 was when he looked his worst, for these final shows, i think he looks pretty good, not fat, just bloated, but he was ill, yet in good spirits and his voice was richer and deeper. He felt the music and certain songs improved his spirit and appearance. The Real Deal.
circleG (profilecontact) wrote on May 4, 2012report abuse
Wow - so people were guessing he had on a short time to live even then? if some make up artist knew how come those close to him didn't ? And Elvis doesn't look that fat next to everybody. Great to hear Todd talking, I never get bored of his stories. He does a great job for the fan club and is always happy to talk ( provided he has time ) about Elvis. Maybe something more audio/visual in the future Todd?
Nilson Rego (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2012report abuse
Whatever it comes from Todd, it will always be a great pleasure to be engaged. Thanks for everything, Slaughter!
sunrecords56 (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2012report abuse
John Lennon had it all wrong, it should have been Before Elvis there was Frank Sinatra so he changed the station for Us forever.

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