Tony Prince announces Elvis Presley's death on Radio Luxembourg
May 26, 2009
Video and Audio, Elvis Articles, Elvis News
The first sign that anything has happened comes at 10.52pm when Wesley tells listeners to stand by for an important announcement. At 11pm Mark Wesley reads the news and announces Elvis' death, and then it's the Tony Prince show. Prince, close to tears at times, devotes his entire show to Elvis, finishing at 3.45am. Unfortunately this recording only captures the first hour.
Click -- Radio Luxembourg, 16th August 1977, 10.41-11.57pm
We edit for you straight to the news announcement (So time, cut to 46min.)
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