Elvis and Larry: A Journey Shared DVD

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
September 23, 2012 - 2:47:37 PM
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Elvis and Larry: A Journey Shared
Elvis and Larry: A Journey Shared
Larry Geller will release a DVD, 'Elvis and Larry: A Journey Shared'. Larry was much more than Elvis Presley's personal hairstylist. He was one of his closest and most trusted friends - in many ways his spiritual mentor. What Larry shares of Elvis here may shock some people. It will certainly surprise you. Because what you will discover is an essential Elvis that was so personal, he never publicly let it out in words, only through his music. Yet the purity and authenticity of the experiences Larry brings to light will absolutely convince you that you have at last met the real Elvis.

Larry will take you into Elvis' private rooms at Graceland and his other homes, in hotel suites, backstage and in his plane 'Lisa Marie'. He will reveal to you the heart and soul of Elvis in their most intimate conversations.

No matter how much you may already know of Elvis, you will come away feeling that you know him far better for having experienced 'Elvis and Larry: A Journey Shared'. The DVD is over 1-3/4 hours, with photos, of Larry telling his experiences in greater depth, and many are stories he hasn't told before. It was filmed at Elvis' Honeymoon House with a small group of invited fans, and it's very moving and very intimate.

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