Elvis Presley was a pioneer of the music industry, similar to what Bing Crosby was in
the 1930s and what The Beatles brought to the world in the 1960s. Elvis had all the
tools: a distinctive style, good looks, a passion for his craft and an absolutely
beautiful voice. And he put them all together like no one else in history.
Come enjoy this movie music show about Elvis focusing on the first half of his career, from 1954-1968. See his natural joy of doing what he did better than anyone of his
generation, or perhaps any generation: singing from the depths of his soul. The show gives equal time to his leading ladies. Elvis would have liked that, even if his longtime manager Colonel Tom Parker would not.
This in-person program on film history will be presented at the library by John LeGear, Timothy Communications.