Tommy Vale With Elvis Presley, Jr. | Living in the Shadow of the King

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Living in the Shadow of the King

by Tommy Vale With Elvis Presley, Jr.

The story of Elvis Presley, Jr.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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A student of Jr. Walker, Tommy Vale is known for playing the dirtiest, sexiest, saxophone in rock-n-roll. He has played saxophone for some of the biggest names in the business; “Foghat", “The Angels”, “The Platters”, “The Drifters”, “Chuck Berry”, “Del Shannon”, “The Coasters”, “The Classics IV”, “The Marvelettes”, “Johnny Tillotson”, “Gary U.S. Bonds”, “The Fifth Dimension”, “Danny and The Juniors”, “Beverly Lee and the Shirelles”, “Martha Reeves and the Vandellas”, “Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels”, “The Shades of Blue”, Mr. Smokin’ in the Boys Room “Cub Koda”, “The Marcels”, “The Fabulous Oldies But Goodies”, The Original “Bill Haley’s Comets” and “Elvis Aaron Presley, Jr.” the actual son of Elvis Presley. “Living in the Shadow of the King” is the story of Elvis Aaron Presley, Jr., who was kept a secret for decades. Elvis Jr. is a gift to all who enjoy the works of his late father. For more information go to www.oldiesagency.com. Photo courtesy of Starphotographylive.

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