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"colonel parker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Over the top Vegas performer in Vegas loved him and Elvis was kind of struggling in his his stance that the new frontier hotel so colonel Parker came over to the Riviera hotel where Liberace was playing with said the Liberace could you help out my boy come over and see is show maybe take some photos with them and Liberace who is really a very generous performer did come over and and took some photos with the with the Elvis and gave a one piece of advice he said Elvis you show needs more glitz and sure enough his way back in the fifties and I was actually started wearing gold Lamaze jackets on his tour is very similar to what Liberace was wearing in Vegas but you know it wasn't till sixty nine one sixty nine came now it's the you know a decade later and then Elvis started wearing not quite the white jumpsuits yet but he is in that first day sixty nine so he was wearing black suited to peace karate style out that but he was now he was a much more polished and and show you know showman and I think he learned a lot of that showmanship from Liberace oddly enough even though you don't think of those two people together very often what did you think of colonel Tom Parker as his manager well I have mixed feelings about him I I think he certainly I think you made some wrong moves for Alice I mean keeping away from performing one of the great stage performers of all time and keeping away from performing for most of the sixties that was a bad idea but you have to give them credit I mean he created that Elvis phenomenon was you know largely colonel Parker's doing I mean made all the right moves to god I'm on TV at the right time you got the recording contract he he.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This book my perspective when I was staying with me candor and went to see the movie with my mom and I love does he was a fantastic person the over you know but because it was a little younger but as he grew older I really appreciated hidden and his singing and it was so sad to see and have the the and was was I think colonel Parker really wore him out yeah that would be my thought will will let you wrap up with your comments to to Lara here we can send the or let let me just say this that I was pleased and delighted and thrilled to have Elvis on my teenage dance party in Memphis which you might remember in nineteen fifty six thanks to my having met him early in nineteen fifty four at the beginning of his career we became friends and I did the first filmed interview that was ever done with Elvis on my TV to channel thirteen in Memphis in nineteen fifty six and that interview with twenty eight minutes long and I still haven't revere it to this day well thank you very much for your call Laura and all the callers a sandy and we get you are national treasures and I'm so glad that you agreed to grace our program tonight well that's a sweet thank you Janet later we listen to be a lot and and and and appreciate your talent as well and thank you very much for having us on happy to do it and again the again if you'd like to get a hold of those audio books or other things that that week is up to these days you can go to wink Martindale dot org and if you could find out there thanks folks should I do appreciate it thank you Jim both so Jim crow go to Graceland or shop Graceland dot com find partners with versatile and we sell beautiful crystallized glasses that I did not know that thank you said the I appreciate that already it is a Friday evening we always like to check in with our good friend might be John Marshall of money music dot com hi this is.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

16:19 min | 1 year ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"That is a great choice. <hes> the story of the Song <hes> in the how many different lives Darlie pardon song has been ah is just amazing and and you know and she kind of small's about it and talks about it but you know the when she originally released it <hes> when Whitney Houston <hes> I think yeah she added it to the best little whorehouse in Texas I mean this is a very versatile song and a very personal song so yeah I think so Elvis Elvis really wanted it and he had a rule that if you gave your song to Elvis like he got you know half the money you ever made from the song and Dolly Parton just like seven or guts. I don't WanNa give it to him. I don't WanNa lose that you know I don't WanNA lose like ownership of my song so she you know she turned down the sound. Just like you can't have the song. Apparently she went home and cried her eyes out like I can't believe I didn't give Elvis Elvis and then she said that you know years later Whitney Houston recorded it went to number. Why is she was like Oh? I made the right decision not getting mantell this yeah. I don't I think Colonel Parker plays did Elvis disservice toward the middle and end of his career having those kind of strict restrictions I I believe I told the story on the podcast before but he they barbara streisand wanted Elvis to play the part that Chris Ca- sophism played in the <hes> a star is born not the latest remake but that was good stadium. She wanted to play the Bradley Cooper part or the part Colonel Parker said Elvis top billing anytime he's in a movie stars and like Nope visit and not the movie and got not that Kris Kristofferson wasn't amazing but you wonder if that would have re would've may be saved Elvis's life in acting and done something and he would have been amazing racing in that I mean what a perfect role for him to play yeah he would have been really really well not movie by yeah and that's why the management is just as important which is why I mean to bring it to Bruce springsteen. I think he was very smart. Mark you know since the shifting winds and get rid of Mike Appel when he did if I have the delights of meeting Mike Appel really <hes> and we were it was at Metlife we were in a line for bear and I turned around looked on we got we got talking and he said I'm Mike Appel by the way and I just couldn't resist limited. It's I said it's okay. I know who you are and I said. How are you feeling what about in these days it'd be great great but it was really quite spooky? You turn around and you look and you think yeah you twenty five thirty years older than the pictures but you're a mistake but <hes> I'm just looking at. I'm judging that L. and all it was also he felt he felt the need to tell that will Terry Smith that he was Mike Appel. I'm like who you are like. Don't introduce them be like Oh. I'm famous by the way that's Gauche. I don't like it a- have you. Have you absolutely any idea who I am. No just like if someone doesn't know your mic of how just be happy that they don't know you're my the thing. Is You get into that thing that you'll the bruce bull fan so therefore fool if I did not know he was that then spread on me. That's very if it was me I'd be like hey has anyone ever told you look a lot like Mica Pal. I am Mike Appel that <hes> <hes> I like ran into Larry Kramer. The Guy who wrote the normal heart big HIV AIDS activists on the street and I was like I definitely Larry Kramer but I didn't want to go be like what's up Larry Kramer so I was just like hey. has anyone ever told you you look a lot like Larry Kramer. He was like come on they I know but it was interesting. In my days the early days you know we go to these big sales conferences and on the last day Bill Gates come out and he would always introduce himself always made me smile because you know he just got a three minutes done innovation and then he looked very awkward embarrassed and then eventually people sit down and he go hi. I'm Bill Gates and it's like with the whole Amazon because Amazon is coming to New York which we're all very upset about my friend and I were talking and we were like the only good rich person is bill. Gates is the only one the only guy who was like okay. I built something amazing that everyone uses every three days and I'm going to give all my money the polio research will you know the the amazing thing for me about bill as Walden obviously Olaf philanthropy but he's best friend. Best friend is Warren Buffett offit. I'm Warren Buffett decides. I want to give away my fortune to philanthropy but I'm going to give I'm going to give it to bill because he knows how to do this so it's not often that your best friend gives you thirty billion dollars go to work with it. which is what he did? I mean it's how good good for Warren Buffet though too. I WanNa make an impact and I know someone who knows the best way to spend this money so I'm just going to give it to him. That's let's I'm basically too old stuff. I know someone who does just get him back to Whitney Houston and I knew rated Jesse. I just looked at longest running U._k.. Chart toppers <hes> and it's actually Bryan Adams was sixteen weeks with everything I do. I do it for you. A bankole of ankle wet wet wet to most people I suspect in America wouldn't recognize <hes> under the two we'd love is all around and then you go. That's it's four weddings and a funeral. Yes Whitney Houston was number three on the most the most successful song ever recorded by female artist. Wow woah that yes. She's just I mean it's it's singular. It's a singular song well. There's nothing lights starting at the top of the woods exactly successful something ever I. I can't even real hot for the two thousand. This one was really really tough. This is when I was most exposed to music. It was before I kind of formed my own musical tastes so I was really listening to everything <unk> <hes> it was when I still drove so I listen to the radio all the time. It was really tough. I'd so much to choose from but ultimately I went with Mr Bright side by the killers because I felt like that is a song that you can go up to any white millennial lineal and be like coming out of my cage and they will finish the rest of the song for you. People love that song that will also dance. Yes Oh yeah <hes> it's one of those. It's one of those great songs that just gets the gets people in that that at first album I can still remember the first time I heard the album. It was one of those while 'cause sending in the U._k.. The killers that Baid nothing kate was like it came from nowhere and then that was what everybody he's listening to that summer yeah. It totally came out of nowhere. It's it's a good song even to this day like it's a song I'll put on and really enjoy <hes>. It's a song I still you know here at parties people so put it on mixes because it's just it's a great great song. It's one of those songs or you're like. I don't really know exactly what this is about but I love it. It started as calling a cab talk to save you drag my stomach. Just say she's touching now. Eh Inch yes. We're working out the mystery of lyrics yeah that just makes it so much more fun for me. <hes> and I really love that song. My friends saw the killers live and I posted something to her instagram that day just like stop playing no instruments no singing. I'm the whole crowd just did basically typically all of Mr Bright side because everybody loves that so much yet it is one of those things that I think it seems to sort of increased in the last ten fifteen years you will go to gigs or festivals and and you get this sort of Singalong in the house a lot with Bruce but <hes> I was I now after delight I go to Austin city limits every episode about a grim episode dude. I was so proud of the I think the one you're going to reference the like techno show. Everybody put their glose except in the air. I got chills thinking about that. Oh that was fun. Honestly that was one. It was fantastic. A two eight with I think it was the fact that it was so unexpected. You know this one band or genre music I particularly have interest in but <hes> so no eight hours to actually get a reference I was going to reference the year before aw when the Red Hot Chili peppers they headlined <hes> It was Exa- reminded me actually a lot in the killers they have quite a lot of intricate lyrics in their songs but here was a festival audience were clearly there was at least thirty thousand people in the audience who knew every single lyric and there is something magic about that many <hes> I I've always I can only imagine what it's like to stand on a stage and hey if thirty thousand the people sing back to you of the wrote that must be quite does have to crave all I will say I saw the Red Hot Chili peppers live in L._A.. which is like their home turf? I I it was not very impressed. I mean I had time but yeah I think <hes> with the lead singer's name Anthony Candice Keita's I think he was sick and so it was just it was not really a great show. Oh Oh that's a shame yeah and it's funny with Austin because you know I've got a couple of albums <hes> but I'm not big fan so it was another sort of set that I went to thinking Oh. Let's see what this is like and it was really really good. <hes> although you you probably heard on the protest issue we we did do that with Metallica and we did what Song Chili peppers was a pretty. I am a my father is a huge red hot chili peppers fan so I know like most Red Hot Chili peppers songs weirdly but the crowd was pretty mellow lot of weed but pretty mellow crab but METALLICA I wouldn't if I see him METALLICA show I want to be in the back. I don't want to get in the mosh pit..

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"colonel parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore dot, com is where to get it but the other thing, that I was taken by in your book is we all had a, sense of how control and. Colonel Tom was. But not to the extent. That as you point out he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was evolving jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely, under the authoritative some of. This mental patients. Who had one of the. You know we all have our little dangerous He was probably one of. The most degenerate gamblers that ever walked. The earth and at the time Elvis Presley died healed thirty two million dollars in gambling the. Mob and their casinos so getting back to getting back to so what, you're saying he controlled everything because Elvis. Was this meal ticket for the gambling habit so. He didn't want anything getting into Elvis or, getting out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin his meal ticket so. He controlled the books that he can read he actually through friends out of his. Life the nineteen sixty eight comeback special was done by, name Steve bender, and of course it was l. Colonel Parker hit a totally different thing in mind he wanted was. Singing Christmas, songs like, probably Perry Cuomo and of course. Was a black leather clad reunion because of Steve under, after that, split that's men exchanged phone number Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never let those ever talk It wasn't it, wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been perfect for Elvis they. Get along better and. He understood the the musical trends better of the day it would have any. It wasn't until decades later that Steve. Vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with, a star is born Elvis Presley was offered Instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered the role. Stars born, the Colonel Parker Jack the price up so high it would have been, impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis to be a one. Trick pony that he could control the tricks and he had because he had his gambling. Debts I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of, his death I mean I think it was one of the first stars to to to to to earn about a billion. Dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but, he was only worth only with ten million dollars at the time of. His death, he should have been worth one hundred times. That absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America, didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came out so he. Was probably sold more. Records than they say and he was probably worth more money than they project. Because of that you know we have. To realize the time Here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own music. You know, they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree. With their, parents so I mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for everyone so he, was he was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money. Because of it but because it was so new you know not all of his money. Was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the sales, so but also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling. Debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but I mean he literally worked, him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you banning. Who murdered, Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue the, king, taking us into the break, on coast to coast AM Hey Hour on the half and when it, breaks Gaffney, live from the, KFI twenty four hour newsroom governor Brown again blocked the low for a man who beat up stabbed. Choked and buried alive at developmentally disabled man the Fresno area the man who was seventeen at the time murdered the other man in one thousand nine hundred eighty. To cover up a five hundred dollar burglary a former instincts singer says he is. The new owner of the, Brady bunch house Lance Bass posted on Twitter that the owners of the acclaimed house in, studio city, accepted his offer on the house bass said..

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"colonel parker" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on KSRO

"Next hour with Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore com is, where to get it but the, other, thing that I was, taken by, in your book is I think we all had a sense of how, control and Colonel Tom was. But not to. The, extent that yeah as. You point out I mean he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was, completely under the authoritative some of this mental patients who had one of the you know we all have our little idiosyncrasies he was probably one of the most the generic gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time is presently died healed thirty two million dollars in gambling debts to. The mob and their casinos, so getting back to getting back to so what. You're saying he controlled everything because Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling habit so he didn't want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from, Elvis Elvis that could ruin his, meal, ticket so he controlled, the books, that he can read he actually through friends out of his life the, nineteen sixty eight comeback special. Was done by. Men, named Steve bender and. Of course it was Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs like probably Perry, Cuomo and, of course was a black leather clad reunion because of Steve bender. After that split the two men exchanged. Phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never let those to ever talk. It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have, been perfect for Elvis they get along. Better he understood the the musical times better of. The day it would have any wasn't until, decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing. With a star is born Elvis Presley was offered Instead of Kris. Kristofferson he was offered the role stars born Colonel Parker Jack the price up, so high it would have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis to be a one trick pony. That he could control the tricks and he had because, he had these gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn that. Elvis at, the time of his death I mean I think he. Was one of the first stars to to to to, earn about a, billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but he was only worth only with ten million. Dollars at the time of his, death he should have been worth one hundred times. That absolutely. He was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America didn't really, start registering registering all. The record sales when Elvis came out so he was. Probably sold more records than they say and he was probably worth more money than they project. Because of that you know we have. To realize the time I'm here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own. Music you, know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple. Tree with, their parents so I mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for everyone so he was he was incredibly important in history and he made a lot. Of money because of it because it was so new you know not all of his. Money was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the, sales so but also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's. Gambling debts unbeknownst Alvis perhaps but I mean he literally, worked him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve Ubani. Who murdered, Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue, the king taking a break, on coast to coast AM Win Strangers TV The drive with Steve, Jackson John, dean Trumpcare yesterday Point so far for, his presidency undercut, Kalugin, afternoons, here on FM, news talk radio one three five and ninety. Four, five, ks. Our news talk radio county one oh three five some county ninety, four or five s Are No break inside for crews.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The Aladdin hotel Milton Prell hotel I mean it's incredibly if you go if you get my book their pictures of Elvis Presley posing with both of these. Mobsters and it's it's incredible Modell it's actually. Funded some of Elvis Presley's movies. I mean, they they just couldn't be more cosy. So here's Elvis Presley biting. The hand that feeds them And of course they're all undercover in Las Vegas trying, to investigate. The mob, well, if we know anything about the. Las Vegas my, back then of course things are different They had all of the all of the rooms bugged they they all got caught and Presley died mysteriously just before he was supposed to turn states evidence against them up and we'll. Talk about that that operation fountain pen in in the next half hour and. We will open up the phone lines at the top of the next, hour with, Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstop com is where to, get it but the other thing that I was taken by, in your book is I mean I think we all had a sense, of how control and Colonel. Tom was but. Not to the extent that. As you point out mean he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely, under the authoritative some of this mental patients who had one of the you know we all have our little sacrifices he was probably one of the most the generate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time Presley died healed thirty two million dollars in gambling that's to the mob. And their casinos so getting back to getting back to so what you're saying. He controlled everything because Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling habit, so he, didn't want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that could, ruin his meal ticket so he controlled the books that he, could read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen sixty, eight comeback special was done. By a man. Named Steve bender and of. Course it was l. Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in, mind he wanted I was singing Christmas. Songs like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was. A black leather clad reunion because of Steve. Under after that split that's men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never let those to ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would. Have been perfect. For Elvis they get along better than he understood, the the musical trends better today. It would have any it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered instead of Kris Kristofferson he was. Offered the, role in a star is born Colonel Parker Jack the price up so. High it, would have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis, to be a one trick pony that he could control the tracks and he. Had because he had these gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis. At the time of his death I mean I think it was one of. The first stars to to to to to earn, about a billion, dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but he was only worth only with ten million. Dollars at the time of his, death he should have been worth one hundred times That Absolutely he was, actually he, actually because the recording industry artists of America didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when I was came. Out so he was probably sold more records than they, say and he was probably worth more money than they project because of. That you, know we have to realize the time. Here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with. Television portable record players for the first, time kids finally have their own. Music you, know they're not sitting around listening, to you, know don't Senator the apple tree with their. Parents so I, mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for. Everyone so he was he was incredibly important in, history and he made a lot of money because of it because it was so, new you, know not all of his money was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the. Sales, so but also I mean The Colonel was running him into the, ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but, I mean, he literally worked him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you Bain who murdered Elvis. Who, murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue the, king, taking us into the break, on coast to coast AM Thank you Strangers We got on the road and we were. Driving we were ambushed and rocket-propelled grenade. Explosions, like, whoa what just? Happened and it wasn't until that moment that we realized we're missing legs At that point I was like I.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We'll talk about that operation, fountain pen in in the next half hour and we. Will open up the phone lines at the top of the next hour, with Steve, Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com is where, to get it but the other, thing, that I was taken, by in your book is I mean I think we all had a, sense of how controlling Colonel. Tom was but. Not, to the extent that. Yeah as you point out he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely under the authority, of some of this mental patients, who had one of the and we all have our little idiosyncrasies he was probably. One of the most degenerate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time of is presently died he'll thirty two million dollars in gambling debts to the mob and. Their casinos so getting back, to getting back to so what you're saying he controlled. Everything because Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling habit so he, didn't want, anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin, his meal ticket so he controlled, the, books that he can, read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen sixty eight, comeback special was done by. A man named. Steve, bender and of course. It was a Colonel Parker hit a totally Different thing, in mind he wanted was singing Christmas. Songs like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was. A black leather clad reunion because of Steve, bender after that split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every. Single number and it wouldn't never let those to ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have. Been perfect for Elvis they get along better and, he understood the the musical trends. Better the day it would have any it wasn't until decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star. Is born Elvis Presley. Was offered instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered the, role stars born, Colonel Parker Jack the price up so high it would have been impossible for them to do it because. He wanted Elvis to be a, one trick pony that he can control the tricks And he had because he had his gambling debts I, mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of his. Death I, mean I think it was one of the first stars to to to to to earn about a billion dollars. In revenue from everything movies and so, forth but he was only worth. Only with, ten million dollars at the time, of his, death he should have been. Worth one. Hundred times that absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists, of America didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came. Out so he was. Probably sold more records than they say and he was probably worth more money. Than they project because of that you know we have to realize the time here. L. comes out and fifty five and he comes, of age with television portable record. Players for the first time kids finally have their own music you know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree Their. Parents so I mean Elvis broke here's the bail for everyone so he was, he was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money because of it because it was so new you. Know not all of his money was was tracks to, the recording industry artists of America because of the sales so but also. I mean, the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst Alvis. Perhaps but I mean he literally worked, him to death will discuss that. On the, other side Steve you Benei who, murdered Elvis, who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue, the, king taking us into.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was a. Black leather clad reunion because Steve gender after, that split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single. Number and it would never let those to ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been. Perfect for Elvis they get along better and he understood, the the musical, trends better of the day it would have been it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender cancer. Realize what had actually happened same, thing with the stars born Elvis Presley was offered Instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered the role. Stars born, Colonel Parker Jack the price up so high it would have been impossible, for them to do it because he wanted Elvis to be a one trick. Pony that he could control the tracks and he had because he had his gambling debts. I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of, his death, I mean I think he was one of the first stars to to to to to earn about a billion. Dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but, he was only worth only with ten million dollars at the time of. His death he should have been worth one. Hundred times that absolutely he was actually he actually because the recording industry artists of, America didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came out so. He was probably sold. More records than they say and he was probably worth more money than they. Project because of that we have to realize the time I'm here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own music you know they're. Not sitting, around listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree with their parents. So I, mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for everyone so he was he was, incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money because of it. Because it was so new you know not all of his money was was tracks to. The recording industry artists of America because of the sales so but also, I mean, the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst to. Elvis perhaps but I mean he literally worked him to, death will discuss that on the other side Steve you banning who murdered. Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue the king, taking, your side of the break, on coast to coast AM Strangers Okay New view of the world with coast to coast. AM do you still think too that the way things are going global elites still want to dominate the planet and that they might? Succeed, well I think they did dominate the planet for a long time until seventeen seventy six because the founding fathers decided to form a new form of. Government one that was based on laws that were eternal rights that people have. Unalienable we'll all the people that had ruled the earth since a. Cool they didn't like. That so for two hundred and forty two, years they've been trying to get it back and we America. Has and that's the fight that we see going on right, now doesn't it still feel out of kilter off to? You there's something. Wrong there's a grand force out there that needs not just once they need to capture the souls of the, world but I don't. Think They're going to win I don't think they're going to win. Here Stacy Cohen with the daily consumer on XM satellite..

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"colonel parker" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on WTVN

"Next, hour with, Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore com is where to, get it but the other thing that I was taken, by in your book is I mean I think we all had a, sense of how control and. Colonel Tom watts. But not to the extent that as. You point out he controlled every single aspect. Of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could read it. Was, incredible Elvis Presley was in a velvet jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely under, the authority of some of this, mental patients who had one of the know we all have our little idiosyncrasies he. Was probably one of the most the generate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time Elvis Presley died he'll thirty two million dollars in gambling debts to the. Mob and their casinos so, getting back to getting back to so what you're. Saying he controlled everything because Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling, habit so, he didn't want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that, could ruin his meal ticket so he controlled the books, that he can read he actually through friends out of his life the, nineteen sixty eight comeback special. Was done by. A man named Steve bender and of. Course it was l. Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs like probably Perry. Cuomo and of course it was a black leather clad reunion because of Steve. Vendor after that split the two men. Exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never let those to ever. Talk it wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would, have been perfect for Elvis they get. Along better and he understood the the musical trends. Better the day it would have any it, wasn't until decades later that Steve bender cancer realize what had actually happened same. Thing with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered Instead of. Kris Kristofferson he was offered the role stars born Colonel Parker Jack the price, up so high it would have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis to be a one trick. Pony that he could control the tracks and he had, because he had these gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn. That Elvis, at the time of his death I mean I think. It was one of the first, stars to to to. To to earn about a billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and so. Forth but, he was only worth only with ten. Million dollars at the time of, his death he should have been worth one hundred. Times that. Absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America didn't, really start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came out so he. Was probably sold more. Records than they say and he was probably worth more money than they project. Because of that you know we have. To realize the time I'm here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own. Music you, know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple. Tree with, their parents so I mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for everyone so, he was he was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of. Money because of it because it was so new you know not all of his money. Was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the sales, so but also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling. Debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but I mean he literally worked, him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you Benei. Who murdered, Elvis who murdered bookstore dot.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The top of the, next hour with. Steve Bannon, author of who murdered Elvis, who murdered bookstore com is, where to get it, but the other thing that I was taken by in your book. Is I mean I think we all, had a. Sense of, how control and Colonel Tom was. But not to, the extent that as you point out He controlled every single aspect of Elvis's life, who his friends could be what books he could read It was incredible Elvis Presley was in a velvet jail it was my, friend called the golden handcuffs You know I, mean he, was completely under the authority of. Some of this mental patients who had one of the you know we all have our little idiosyncrasies he was probably. One of the most degenerate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the. Time is presently died it's thirty two. Million dollars in gambling that's to the mob and their casinos so getting back to getting back. To so what you're saying he controlled everything because Elvis was his meal, ticket for the gambling habit so he. Didn't want anything getting into Elvis or getting out. From Elvis Elvis that could ruin his meal, ticket so he controlled the books that he can read he actually through friends, out of his life the nineteen sixty eight comeback special. Was done by. A man named Steve vendor and of. Course it was l. Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in, mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs. Like probably Perry Cuomo and of course it was. A black leather clad reunion because the vendor, after that split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single. Number and it would never let those who ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have. Been perfect for Elvis they get along better and. He, understood the the musical trends better the day it would have any it wasn't until decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered. Instead of, Kris Kristofferson he was offered the role and stars Colonel Parker Jack the. Price Ohio, would have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis, to be a one trick pony that he could control the tracks and he. Had because he had his gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis. At the time of his death I mean I think it was. One of the first stars to, to to to to. Earn about a billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but he was only worth only with ten million dollars at the time of his, death he should have been worth one hundred times Absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording. Industry artists of America. Didn't really start registering registering all the record sales Elvis came out so he. Was probably sold more records than they say and he was probably worth more money. Than they project because of that you know we. Have, to realize the time here l. is comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television for the record players for the first time kids finally have their own music you know they're not. Sitting around, listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree with their parents so. I mean, Elvis broke Pierce veil for everyone so he was he was incredibly important, in history and he made a lot of money because of it but because. It was so new you know not all of his money was was tracks to the. Recording industry artists of America because of the Sales so but, also I mean the Colonel was. Running him into the ground because he had to, pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but. I mean he literally worked him, to death, will discuss that on the other side Steve you banning who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody blue the, king, taking us into the break, on coast to coast AM Thank you.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Parker. Can't go anywhere Elvis. Is getting offers to perform in front. Of the pyramids, at Giza Elvis is going, crazy he wants to do this they had turned it down and turn it down Arnold Parker can't go So you know we have a problem with Colonel. Parker so as soon as Colonel Parker starts getting to be friends with in cozy friends with the mob he decides the time is right to pay them tribute. Like it did in the old country to the mob and he went from a. Twenty five percent cut of friendly cash to. A fifty fifty cut with the. Other twenty, five percent going to the mob for. Tribute this is how he. Kept getting booked and book. And book in Vegas. So easily this is why he was getting worldwide press because back then. Things were different you. Know there's a little different. Even Elvis's wedding it was all my planned it. Was Frank Sinatra's plane You know was at the Aladdin hotel Milton Prell hotel I mean it's incredibly if you go. If you get my book their pictures of Elvis Presley posing with both of these. Mobsters and it's it's incredible Modell it's actually. Funded some of Elvis Presley's movies. I mean, they they just couldn't be more cosy. So here's almost friendly biting. The hand that feeds them And of course they're all undercover in Las Vegas trying, to investigates. A mob, well, if we know anything about the. Las Vegas my back. Then of course things are different They had all of. The all of the rooms bugged bake sale got caught and Elvis Presley died mysteriously just before he was supposed to turn states evidence against them up we'll. Talk about that the operation fountain pen, in in the the next half hour and we will. Open up the phone lines at the top of the next hour with, Steve you, Banyu author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com is where to, get it but the other thing, that, I was taken by, in your book is I mean I think we all had a sense, of how control and Colonel. Tom was but. Not, to the extent that. Yeah as you point out he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely under the authority of, some of this mental patients who had one of the you know we all have. Our little idiosyncrasies he. Was probably one of the most the generate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time Elvis Presley died he'll thirty two million dollars in gambling. That's to the mob and their casinos, so getting back to getting back to so what you're. Saying he controlled everything because Elvis was just meal ticket for the gambling, habit so, he didn't want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that, could ruin his meal ticket so, he, controlled the books that, he can read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen, sixty eight comeback special was. Done by name. Steve, bender and of course. It was a Colonel Parker hit a totally Different thing in mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs like probably Perry Cuomo and of, course was, a black, leather clad reunion because of Steve under after that split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel, Parker intercepted, every single number and it would. Never let those to ever talk it wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been perfect for. Elvis they get along better and he understood the the musical trends better the. Day it would have any it wasn't. Until decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star. Is born Elvis Presley was offered instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered, the role stars born Colonel Parker Jack. The price up so high it would have been. Impossible for them to do it because he, wanted Elvis to be a one trick pony that he could control. The tracks and he had because he had these gambling debts I was. Shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of his death I mean I. Think it was one of the first stars to to to to to earn about. A billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and, so forth but he was only. Worth only with ten million dollars at the time of his death he should have been worth one hundred times that absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America Didn't, really start registering registering all the record sales. When Elvis came, out so he was probably sold. More records than they say and he was probably, worth more money than they project because of that you. Know we have to realize the, time here, is comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with Hella vision portable record players for the. First, time kids, finally have, their own music you know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree with. Their parents so I mean Elvis broke Pierce veil for everyone so he. Was he, was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money because, of it but because it was so new you know not all of his. Money was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the sales so. But also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he, had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknown Stove is perhaps but I mean. He, literally worked him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you banning who murdered Elvis who.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The hand that feeds them And of course they're all undercover in Las Vegas trying, to investigate. The mob, well, if we know anything about the. Las Vegas my, back. Then of course things are different They. Had all of the all of the rooms bugged they they all got caught and Elvis Presley died mysteriously just before he was supposed to turn states evidence against them up we'll. Talk about that that operation fountain pen in in the next half hour and. We will open up the phone lines at the top of the next, hour with, Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered 'volkstaat com is where to, get it but the other thing that I was taken, by in your book is I mean I think we all had a, sense of how control and. Colonel Tom watts. But, not to the extent. That as you point out he controlled every. Single aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could. Read, it was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely under the, authoritative some of this mental patients who had one of the you know we all have our little idiosyncrasies he was. Probably one of the most the general gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time Elvis Presley died healed thirty two million dollars in gambling that's to the mob and. Their casinos so getting back to getting back to so what you're saying he. Controlled everything because Elvis was just meal ticket for the gambling habit so, he didn't, want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin, his meal second so he controlled the books that he, should read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen sixty, eight comeback special was done. By a man. Named, Steve bender and of. Course it was l. Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in, mind, he wanted was singing Christmas songs. Like probably Perry Cuomo and of course it was. Black leather clad reunion because of Steve gender. After that split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never let those who ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have. Been perfect for Elvis they get along better and, he understood the the musical trends. Better the day it would have any it wasn't until decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered instead of Kris. Kristofferson he, was offered the role stars born Colonel Parker Jack the price up so. High it, would have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis, to be a one trick pony that he could control the tracks and he. Had because he had his gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis. At the time of his death I mean I think it was. One of the first stars to, to to to to. Earn about a billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth. But he was only worth only with ten million. Dollars at the time of his, death he should have been worth one hundred times That absolutely he was actually he he. Actually because the recording. Industry artists of America didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when. Elvis came out so he was probably sold more records than they say and he. Was probably worth more money than they project because, of that you know we have. To realize the time here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own music you know they're not. Sitting around, listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree with their parents so. I mean, Elvis broke here's the veil for everyone so he was he was incredibly, important in history and he made a lot of money because of it because. It was so new you know not all of his money was was tracks to the. Recording industry artists of America because of the Sales so but, also I, mean the Colonel was running. Him into the ground because he had to pay, off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but I mean he literally worked him, to death, will discuss that on the other side Steve you banning who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore dot com Here's moody.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Next, hour with, Steve Banyu author of who murdered Elvis who murdered bookstore com is where to, get it but the other thing that I was taken, by in, your book is I mean I think we all had a sense of, how control and Colonel Tom. West but not. To the extent that as you. Point out I mean he controlled every single. Aspect of Elvis's life who his friends could be what books he could read. It, was incredible Elvis Presley was in evolving jail it was, my friend called, the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely, under the authority of some. Of this mental. Patients who had one of the. You know we all have our little procedures He. Was probably one of the most. The generate gamblers that ever walked the. Earth and at the time is presently died he owed thirty two million dollars in gambling that's. The mob and their casinos so getting back to getting back to so, what you're saying he controlled everything because. Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling habit. So he didn't want anything getting into Elvis, or getting out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin his meal ticket so he. Controlled the books that he can read he actually through friends out of his life. The nineteen sixty eight comeback special was done by a, man named Steve, bender and of course it was l. Colonel Parker had. A totally different thing in mind he wanted. Was singing, Christmas songs, like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was a black leather clad reunion because of Steve vendor, after that, split the two men exchanged phone Numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and. It would, never let those to ever talk It, wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been. Perfect for Elvis get. Along better than he understood the the musical trends better the day it would. Have any it wasn't until decades later. That, Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing, with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered Instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered the role and. Stars born, Colonel Parker Jack the price up so high would have been impossible for, them to do it because he wanted Elvis to be a one trick pony. That he could control the tracks and he had because he had his gambling debts I. Mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of his death, I mean I think it was one of the first stars to to to to to earn about a billion dollars in. Revenue from everything movies and so forth but he was, only worth only with ten million dollars at the time of his death. He should, have been worth one hundred times that absolutely. He was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America didn't really, start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came out so he. Was probably sold more. Records than they say and he was probably worth more money than they project. Because of that you know we have. To realize the time Here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time kids finally have their own. Music you, know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple. Tree with, their parents so I mean Elvis broke Pearson's veil for everyone so he, was he was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money. Because of it but because it was so new you know not all of his money. Was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the sales, so but also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling. Debts unbeknownst Elvis perhaps but I mean he literally worked, him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you Benei. Who murdered, Elvis who murdered books dot com Here's moody blue the, king, taking us into the.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on WRVA

"Book is, I mean I think we, all had a sense of, how control and Colonel, Tom west but not to the extent that yeah as you point out he controlled every single aspect, of Elvis's. Life who, his, friends could be what books he. Could read it was incredible Elvis Presley was Innovate jail it was. My friend called. The, golden handcuffs You know I mean he was completely under the authority of, some of, this mental patients who had one. Of the you know we all have, our little idiosyncrasies he was probably one of the most the generic gamblers that ever walked the earth and at the time Elvis Presley died healed thirty two. Million dollars in gambling to the mob. And their casinos so getting back to getting back to so what you're saying he controlled everything. Because Elvis was his meal ticket for the gambling habit so he didn't, want anything getting into Elvis or getting. Out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin his meal. Ticket so he controlled the books that he, can read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen sixty eight. Comeback special was done by a man named Steve bender and. Of course it was Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in, mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs. Like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was a. Black leather clad reunion because of Steve gender, after that split that's men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number. And it would never let those to ever talk It wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been perfect. For Elvis they get along better and he understood the, the musical trends better the day. It would have any it wasn't until decades later that Steve vendor came to realize what had actually happened same thing with a star is born Elvis Presley was offered instead of Kris Kristofferson he. Was offered, the role stars born the Colonel Parker Jack the price up so high. It would, have been impossible for them to do it because he wanted Elvis to, be a one trick pony that he could control the tracks and he had. Because he had his gambling debts I mean I was shocked to learn that Elvis at. The time of his death I mean I think it was one. Of the first stars to to to to to earn, about a billion, dollars in revenue from everything movies and so forth but. He was only worth only with ten million. Dollars at the time of his, death he should have been worth one hundred times That Absolutely he was, actually, he he actually because the recording industry artists of America didn't really start registering registering all the record sales when Elvis came. Out so he was probably sold more records than they. Say he was probably worth more money than they project because of. That you, know we have to realize time. Here Elvis comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with. Television portable record players for the first, time kids finally have their own. Music you, know they're not sitting around listening, to you, know don't Senator the apple tree with their. Parents so I, mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for. Everyone so he was he was incredibly important in, history and he made a lot of money because of it because it was so, new you, know not all of his money was was tracks in the recording industry artists of America because of the. Sales, so but also I mean The Colonel was running him into the, ground because he had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknownst Alvis perhaps but, I mean, he literally worked him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you Benei who murdered Elvis..

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"colonel parker" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on KNSS

"We will open up the phone lines at the top of the next hour with Steve Bannon author of who murdered Elvis who murdered, bookstore dot com is where to, get it but the other thing that I was taken by in your book is I think we all had a sense of how control and Colonel Tom was but not to the extent that yeah as you point out he controlled every single. Aspect of Elvis's life who, his friends could be what books he could read it. Was incredible Elvis Presley was innovate jail my friend called the golden handcuffs You know I mean he was. Completely under the authoritative some of this. Mental patients who had one of the and we all have our little idiosyncrasies he was probably. One of the most degenerate gamblers that ever walked the earth and at, the time is presently died he owed. Thirty two million dollars in gambling debts to the. Mob and their casinos so getting back to, getting back to so what you're saying he controlled everything because Elvis was his. Meal ticket for the gambling habit so he didn't. Want anything getting into Elvis or getting out from Elvis Elvis that could ruin, his meal ticket so he controlled, the, books that he can, read he actually through friends out of his life the nineteen sixty eight, comeback special was done by. A man named. Steve bender and of course. It was Colonel Parker had totally Different thing in mind he wanted was singing Christmas songs like probably Perry Cuomo and of course was a, black leather, clad reunion, because of Steve gender after that. Split the two men exchanged phone numbers Colonel Parker intercepted every single number and it would never. Let those who ever talk it wasn't it wasn't until decades later that Steve bender who would have been perfect for. Elvis they get along better and he understood the the musical trends better the day. It would have any it wasn't until. Decades later that Steve vendor cancer realize what had actually happened same thing with a star is. Born Elvis Presley was offered instead of Kris Kristofferson he was offered the, role and stars born Colonel Parker Jack. The price up so high it would have been. Possible for them to do it because he, wanted Elvis to be a one trick pony that he could control the tracks. And he had because he had his gambling debts I shocked to learn that Elvis at the time of his death I mean. I think it was one of the first stars to to to to to earn. About a billion dollars in revenue from everything movies and, so forth but he was only. Worth only with ten million dollars at the time of his death he should have been worth one hundred times that absolutely he was actually he he actually because the recording industry artists of America Didn't really start registering registering all the record. Sales when Elvis, came out so he was probably sold. More records than they say and he was probably, worth more money than they project because of that you. Know we have to realize time, here Elvis, comes out and fifty five and he comes of age with television portable record players for the first time. Kids, finally have, their own, music you know they're not sitting around listening to you know don't Senator the apple tree with their, parents. So I mean Elvis broke Pierce the veil for everyone so he. Was he, was incredibly important in history and he made a lot of money because, of it but because it was so new you know not all of his. Money was was tracks to the recording industry artists of America because of the sales so. But also I mean the Colonel was running him into the ground because he, had to pay off the colonel's gambling debts unbeknown Elvis perhaps but I mean. He, literally worked him to death will discuss that on the other side Steve you Benei who murdered Elvis who murdered books dot com Here's moody blue the, king, taking us into the break, on coast.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Giant walks out with beer what are you gonna do stop them you can't he technically didn't buy the beer so you just took it but colonel parker's actually he's gonna be starting with us in helping the talent to with pre tapes and giving them feedback on their matches in a formal position starting with our next show so it's a i guess an exclusive here on the steve austin show because having someone like that who has been the business along critique the talent give them feedback that kind of feedback are not gonna get making an indie shot here there and everywhere that kind of feedback he is precious they'll help our show they'll help the talent oh man and robert has a great man for the business i mean he's been around forever he's putting whatever generation he is andrei story is kind of similar to what you yours was with carrying a beer out not by one time old story one time is getting on a flight f it was south west whenever you take up a whole row but he was running first class and you got like when you get in first class like if you're sitting in this row here well then by proxy the storage been the cabinet whatever you call it right above you should be yours correct i went through that this morning guess anyway andrei it's on airplane of course everybody's gonna all their stuff just jammed up in their andres got his little gimmick suitcase and another bag or whatever and so i just put your stuff down reaches in just trashes everything just puts it on the floor stuffing there goes mine.

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"colonel parker" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"colonel parker" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Sure major league wrestling fusion is on the end sports this and every friday night at eight pm eastern five pm pacific toys giovanni return the prime time first time it over seventeen years the sports is on all major carriers including directtv dish network rise in files at and t comcast sling roku fubu tv and more you can also stream it on the go using the connect app which you can download on the google play store in on i tunes for free for while wireless device and an exclusive for our listeners here on the steve austin show here's the lineup for this friday show the new world heavyweight champion shane swerve strickland who is a must watch wrestler will be taken on england's most dangerous man jimmy havoc in the main event plus your old acquaintance colonel parker will make his return a prime time he's managing the dirty blondes against jimmy utah and jason cade that they're a great young tag team as well for mexico we have guards at junior versus ultimate ninja it's a great classic lucia lieber match and of course twenty vanni enrich mckean will call the action and you can learn more about us by going to l w dot com that's m l w dot com and you'll learn all about our show all about wrestlers our vet next thursday in orlando you can learn about that tickets on sale right now start fifteen dollars good msw dot com to learn more that features pentagon junior versus shane strickland for the world heavyweight tile will pentagon win the gold we'll see ryan's question dude colonel parker was mo managing w w w when i was just paying news learning business one of the greatest storytellers in the history of the business over the top dude he just he just a great guy colonel parker he is how did you decide to look them up and say man come to work for because i love that guy well when i found out he was the good colonel was hanging out in tampa florida said oh we got to fire up the phone and get this guy out to our shows if he's down to come out and he was and he any really loves his tactics in the dirty blondes were real throwback one kind of.

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