Elvis Live in Concert
Tomorrow 8:00 pm ET
This week's concert with EP takes us back to December 28, 1976 in the Big D! EP closed out 1976 with a series of three concerts. He played New Years Eve in Pittsburgh and December 29 in Birmingham, Alabama. On December 28, Elvis and the TCB Band started the year end partying in Dallas, Texas, and you'll be right there in the front row, along with you concert chaperone, Big Jim Sykes!
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/15 12:00 am ET; Sun 12/15 10:00 pm ET; Tues 12/17 6:00 am ET
Bill Rock's Elvis Memories
Sat 12/14 7:00 pm ET
Bill 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. Bill will also share YOUR Elvis Memories...call him now at 888-ELVIS NOW (888-358-4766).
Rebroadcast: Wed 12/18 12:00 am ET; Thurs 12/19 2:00 am ET
Elvis Radio Soundtrack Saturday Night
Sat 12/14 10:00 pm ET
Elvis plays the role of US Navy SEAL Lieutenant Ted Jackson as Bill Rock shines the spotlight on the 1967 movie Easy Come Easy Go, the King's 23rd motion picture. The Week! Bill will also share YOUR Elvis Memories...call him now at 888-ELVIS NOW (888-358-4766).
Rebroadcast: Tues 12/17 10:00 pm ET; Thurs 12/19 5:00 am ET
Elvis Radio with TY
Tues 12/17 8:00 pm ET
TY presents the Best Of Elvis Radio: Enjoy an hour of Elvis Christmas songs hosted by Big Jim Sykes!
Elvis CountryHeard daily on Elvis Radio Elvis Country focuses on the King's lifetime catalog of country hits and country classics. From 1954 right through today, Elvis Country features bluegrass, western swing, rockabilly, southern gospel, rural countrified blues, countrypolitan and even the early roots of the outlaw movement.
Sunday Morning Gospel Time on Elvis RadioSundays 8 am ET Rebroadcasts Mondays 12 am ET Special Gospeltime Jam with TY Wednesdays 11 pm ETWe start Sunday off the right way with Elvis’ favorite music: the gospel classics. Two hours of the best Elvis southern gospel music ever recorded. This program is guaranteed to keep your weekend positive in the most righteous manner.
Elvis Goes HollywoodMovie songs heard daily plus 2 hours on Soundtrack Saturday Night with Bill Rock, Saturdays 10 PM ET Rebroadcasts Tuesdays 10 pm, and Thursdays 5 am ETThe Memphis Boy goes Hollywood on Elvis Radio. Bill Rock provides the cinematic musical magic, spanning Elvis' 31 movies and two documentary specials. He'll play your requests, answer your emails, and share Elvis stories from "in front of the camera, as well as behind."
Elvis Quiz ShowSundays 8 pm ETThink you know Elvis? Come to Memphis and compete for Elvis collectible prizes live from Graceland. You can also study and improve your Elvis IQ every hour -- right from home -- as the Elvis DJs take you to the original School of Rock. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be a contestant.
Friday Night '50s Rave UpFridays 10 pm ET Rebroadcasts Mondays 5 am & Tuesdays 12 am ET Get back to the fabulous '50s when life was simple, cruisin’ was cool, and the rock 'n' roll was raw and dangerous. Legendary recordings from Sun Studio, NYC and Hollywood sound stages, and incredible concerts from The Louisiana Hayride, to Tupelo and a hot, smoky nightclub somewhere in Texas.
The Elvis Radio VaultThursdays 7 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 7 pm & Tuesdays 2 am ETThese performances are so exceptional that we keep them locked up! Rarely heard songs, special hard-to-find recordings and vintage tracks that make even the most dedicated Presley-philes jealous. You won't hear these anywhere else but on Elvis Radio.
Celebrity Hotline with George KleinDailyFor busy Elvis fans on the go. Catch these two-minute snippets from George Klein’s chats with famous celebrities, headline makers and Elvis experts. Tune in for the entire long-form interviews during George’s Friday show.
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.