Released | 'And Then There Was Elvis' Hardcover Book


By: Elvis Australia
Source: Erik Lorentzen
August 25, 2023

'And Then There Was Elvis', the 400-page hardcover book containing the richly illustrated memoirs of superfan Virginia Coons from Erik Lorentzen's KJ Consulting has now been released and our order is on the way to us.

From the press-release: Virginia Coons was a super-fan. Her interest in Elvis Presley started with his breakthrough in the mid-fifties, and continued up to her very last day. Over the years she met up with Elvis many times. 

Coons served as a direct link between fans in America, England and the rest of Europe, making sure that the latest LP and single releases found their way overseas. Not only did she have contact with Elvis, but also with everyone close to him including Priscilla, Colonel Parker's office and RCA. 

Virginia Coon's memories were curated by her daughter, Elaine Christan, into this 400-page hardback book. Anyone who reads The Elvis Files magazine will be familiar with Virginia Coons. And now, all her personal memories and stories, illustrated with many high resolution photos and candid pictures from Erik Lorentzen's collection came together in this memoir by Elaine Christan and Virginia Coons, 'And Then There Was Elvis - A Superfan's Adventures in the Elvis World'. It hold so many fun-to-read stories, its incredible.

'And Then There Was Elvis - A Superfan's Adventures in the Elvis World'.
'And Then There Was Elvis - A Superfan's Adventures in the Elvis World'.

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