The U.K. based Essential Elvis fan club announced the release of the follow-up to Jeanne’s LeMay’s "Elvis, The Beauty Queen & Me" DVD. It contains lot’s of incredibly interesting stories of her years with Elvis and Linda Thompson, plus a decent amount of private Elvis footage from Las Vegas according to the press-release.
A new Dutch book, entitled "Elvis", was announced. The approach of this 122 pages book is very special; Elvis' life in the way of a comic book, each chapter is drawn by a different artist.
End Of An Era: Elvis Plaque Gone At Mellon Arena
On Thursday morning, arena workers started cleaning the debris at The Mellon Arena, originally known as the Civic Arena. Penguins vice president of communications Tom McMillan said some fans tried to take some memorabilia from the arena Wednesday night, but not as many as expected. McMillan said people got away with a couple signs, but nothing major. Arena staff took down a plaque commemorating Elvis Presley’s show on New Year's Eve 1977. It was the last New Year's Eve that Presley was alive, as he died eight months later.
“Elvis has just left the building” was a term coined by announcer Mike Lange following a Penguins’ victory. Arena officials were worried that someone would steal the Elvis plaque as a piece of Lange memorabilia, so they removed it.
Obscured by its placement next to a Pennsylvania Lottery machine near Section B16, a plaque commemorates the concerts of Elvis Presley on June 25-26, 1973, and New Year's Eve 1976. It reads:
"A legendary performer who earned the love and respect of millions. His presence will always be missed."
The Fans of Elvis Presley dedicated the plaque Jan. 8, 1982.“Elvis has just left the building” was a term coined by announcer Mike Lange following a Penguins’ victory.
Arena officials were worried that someone would steal the Elvis plaque as a piece of Lange memorabilia, so they removed it.