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Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Thu Jan 31, 2013 6:56 am

Thank you for the additional information, John, excellent stuff.

Carol has a great recollection and she has worked with several of my favorite artists, so I look forward to hearing her stories on the tour.

And yes, I will definitely ask her about ‘Wish I Didn’t Love Him’!

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:03 am

Rock Legend,
I really appreciate all the interesting information that this thread inspired. It was clear to me based on your original photo that it could not be Jeanie Greene, but when I watched those YouTube videos of her for the first time, I thought that her Elvis stories were well worth sharing.

The YouTube clips of your band were very entertaining.

As for Carol Montgomery, wow what a history.

I hope you will post some video of your upcoming show for those of us who cannot be there.

Thanks again.

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:27 am

mjsantafe wrote:Rock Legend,
I really appreciate all the interesting information that this thread inspired. It was clear to me based on your original photo that it could not be Jeanie Greene, but when I watched those YouTube videos of her for the first time, I thought that her Elvis stories were well worth sharing.

The YouTube clips of your band were very entertaining.

As for Carol Montgomery, wow what a history.

I hope you will post some video of your upcoming show for those of us who cannot be there.

Thanks again.


I agree, mjsantafe, those videos are a fascinating watch. By all accounts, Elvis connected really well with Jeannie and it’s easy to see why – her passion for music is inspirational.

Thank you for your kind words about the ‘Original Elvis Tribute’. I will definitely be posting videos of the tour.

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:24 am

Rock Legend wrote:Time’s up, and we have a winner. londonflash, send me your name and address and there’ll be some ‘Hot Love’ coming your way![/i]


Thanks, RL, but all I did was whack in a guess based on Google and a very spurious search.

To be honest, I don't think I'll derive much enjoyment from a '77 audience recording, so please send the CD to someone who will have more fun listening than me.

I'm off now to celebrate a good month's commission with a dose of Glen Campbell, hic. hic.

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Fri Feb 01, 2013 5:59 am

londonflash wrote:
Rock Legend wrote:Time’s up, and we have a winner. londonflash, send me your name and address and there’ll be some ‘Hot Love’ coming your way![/i]


Thanks, RL, but all I did was whack in a guess based on Google and a very spurious search.

To be honest, I don't think I'll derive much enjoyment from a '77 audience recording, so please send the CD to someone who will have more fun listening than me.

I'm off now to celebrate a good month's commission with a dose of Glen Campbell, hic. hic.


FWIW, the February shows were about the best of the year, and Straight Arrow the finest audience-recorded "import" label.
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Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:07 am

londonflash wrote:
Thanks, RL, but all I did was whack in a guess based on Google and a very spurious search.

To be honest, I don't think I'll derive much enjoyment from a '77 audience recording, so please send the CD to someone who will have more fun listening than me.

I'm off now to celebrate a good month's commission with a dose of Glen Campbell, hic. hic.


No problem. I asked the same question simultaneously on FB, and over there Kari Paju from Finland was the first one to answer correctly. So I will send it to him.

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:50 am

Rock Legend wrote:
londonflash wrote:
Thanks, RL, but all I did was whack in a guess based on Google and a very spurious search.

To be honest, I don't think I'll derive much enjoyment from a '77 audience recording, so please send the CD to someone who will have more fun listening than me.

I'm off now to celebrate a good month's commission with a dose of Glen Campbell, hic. hic.


No problem. I asked the same question simultaneously on FB, and over there Kari Paju from Finland was the first one to answer correctly. So I will send it to him.


Nice one :D

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Wed May 08, 2013 7:05 pm

A short update. This photo was taken a few hours ago in my backgarden here in Denmark.

All musicians arrived safely today.

On the attached photo you can see, from left to right:
Mary & Ginger Holladay, me, Carol Montgomery, Robert Washington, J.J. Louis & Carl Bradychok.
In the front:
Jerome ‘Stump’ Monroe, Duke Bardwell.

Tomorrow and Friday rehearsals, first show in my hometown Naestved on Saturday.
After that we will go to Finland, France and Holland. Exciting!
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Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Wed May 08, 2013 7:15 pm

Rock Legend wrote:A short update. This photo was taken a few hours ago in my backgarden here in Denmark.

All musicians arrived safely today.

On the attached photo you can see, from left to right:
Mary & Ginger Holladay, me, Carol Montgomery, Robert Washington, J.J. Louis & Carl Bradychok.
In the front:
Jerome ‘Stump’ Monroe, Duke Bardwell.

Tomorrow and Friday rehearsals, first show in my hometown Naestved on Saturday.
After that we will go to Finland, France and Holland. Exciting!

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Wow! This sounds really cool. I hope all goes well.

Please update with a set list or two later on. I'm curious to read what the group plays at their shows.

I wish this was coming to California!
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Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Wed May 08, 2013 7:22 pm

Thanks, DJC!

Will update in a few dates, with more pix, details about the setlist, and hopefully a few clips.

Despite the jetlag there was a real buzz in the air. They all want to do a killer show. The setlist is very promising.

They already did two interviews today before taking a well-deserved rest. The next few days are going to be very busy, with more interviews and rehearsals.

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Wed May 08, 2013 7:37 pm

Dear Rock Legend,

Are there any plans that this show would be touring across USA and else where too? I'm sure that there is a high demand for Elvis fans in the World to see this unique show!

Re: Nashville 1970/'71: A question for the experts...

Wed May 08, 2013 7:51 pm

In Europe it's doing well, and in fact, I am already booking now for next spring.