Video : Bill Medley Remembers Elvis Presley

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
May 2, 2011 - 7:20:10 PM
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Elvis Presley Video Bill Medley Remembers Elvis Presley (09:43). I was working the Hilton Hotel, Elvis was in the main room, I was in this lounge and Elvis was doing You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' in his show. And so I'm doin' Lovin' Feelin'. 'You never close your eyes--' And I'm right at the place where it's 'Baby, baby, I get down on my knees for--' and I sense some rustling going on backstage, you know, when you're onstage it's like your living room and somebody walks onstage it's like somebody walking into your home at midnight. So I hear this rustling going on and I'm 'Baby, baby I get down on my knees for you'. And here comes Elvis and he walks right by me, in front of me, hits me on the arm and says, 'Hi, Bill' and keeps right on walking. And there was about four other guys with him and they just walked right off. And I didn't say anything. Well, the place went crazy.

Video : Bill Medley Remembers Elvis Presley

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