George Klein | email Mondays 8 pm - 12 am ET Wednesdays 3 am - 7 am ET Fridays 3 pm - 7 pm ET Sundays 7 am - 8 am ETGeorge Klein has been in radio for nearly 50 years and first became aware of Elvis in school when he was 12 years old – because they were classmates! “He was my best friend,” George recalls. He lists his favorite song as “Don’t Be Cruel," and has had many chances to spin that track over the decades.
Argo | email Mondays-Thursdays 7 am - 2 pm ET Fridays 7 am - 2 pm ET Saturdays 7 am - 2 pm ET Sundays 8 pm - 9 pm ETArgo is a life-long Memphian who wakes the world up with Elvis every morning from the SiriusXM Elvis Radio Studio at Graceland. He's been in radio since he was 16 years old and you can hear in his voice that he loves every minute of it! Argo is also DJ and emcee for the annual Elvis Cruise.
Big Jim Sykes | email Mondays - Thursdays 2 pm - 8 pm ET, Fridays 2 pm - 3 pm & 7 pm - 8 pm ET The Memphis Microphone Man's mother told him about seeing Elvis on the Louisiana Hayride back in 1955. "Mystery Train" is his favorite Elvis song, and the 1956 album Elvis Presley his favorite LP. Big Jim's been working in radio for over 30 years, and also produces and engineers for George Klein.
TY | email Mondays 12 am - 1 am ET Tuesdays 12 am - 1 am ET; 8 pm - 1 am ET Wednesdays - Fridays 8 pm - 1 am ETIn 1957, TY overheard his parents decry, “Elvis is corrupting the youth of America!” He soon embarked on a career in radio and years later, worked for the first and only 24/7 Elvis Channel. TY points out that “If it weren’t for ‘That’s All Right Mama,’ we wouldn’t be here right now!’”
Doc Walker | email Saturdays 2 pm - 7 pm ET Sundays 3 pm - 7 pm ETDoc has worked in radio “on and off for 25 years” and of course he's a huge Elvis fan, so getting to play music from The King 24/7 is a huge thrill. “My favorite song right now is an outtake of ‘When It Rains, It Really Pours,’ and my favorite album is Elvis Live At The International from 1969.”
Dave Shelby | email Sundays 10 am - 3 pm ETDave favors early Elvis, particularly the Sun Records era. “Elvis is about more than music,” he says. “Elvis was a milestone in American culture. His music symbolized the coming age of the baby boom, and set the stage for the rebellion to come in the following decades. He’s also a great Memphian!”
Bill Rock | email Saturdays 7 pm - 12 am ETBill Rock has been on the radio since the '60s and is a longtime Elvis fan. "When I was nine years old, I asked my mother to buy me 'Heartbreak Hotel.' He was rock 'n' roll's first superstar." Bill was the first DJ heard on Elvis Radio when it launched, and he's been here ever since.
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From the early years to his comeback, it's all music from Elvis Presley.