Elvis and kathy westmoreland book

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Westmoreland, Kathy. Elvis and Kathy with William G. ISBN 0 96 0 3. Kathy Westmoreland, often introduced in concerts by Elvis Presley as "the little girl with the beautiful high voice" and nicknamed "Minnie Mouse" by him, sang soprano with Elvis from until , replacing Millie Kirkham when she left to have surgery. For a long time Kathy kept quiet about the nature of her relationship with Elvis, but eventually was driven by impatience with the so-called Elvis experts and their "lies" to put her side of the story down in writing. Sounds familiar?
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Kathy Westmoreland - My Heavenly Father Watches Over Me (Live)

August 16, 1977 | Kathy Westmoreland Remembers

It was raining in Los Angeles when I caught the Elvis Presley shuttle plane to join his next concert. There were about ten musicians and two members of the Sweet Inspirations singing group when I got there. And as usual, we were to stop once again in Las Vegas to pick up more band members before heading for Portland, Maine to join the rest of the troupe. Hardin , all musicians; and Jacky Kahane, a comedian. Also two men from Colonel Parker's office were aboard.

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Elvis and Kathy

My passion for Elvis briefly stepped aside in when I met Don Moore, the man of my dreams. We soon married and had two wonderful children, who we named Mike and Shelly yes after Shelley Fabres. They were of course both raised on Elvis, even seeing him at a live concert in Both are still huge Elvis fans to this day. Today our son Mike lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with his lovely wife Sarah. The have given us two wonderful grandchildren, Cory and Megan, who we re devoting our lives to spoiling rotten.

What would Elvis Presley have thought about all the attention being paid to him 10 years after his death? Would he have been surprised by the parade of magazine covers? By the news that 50, fans have made a pilgrimage to his hometown of Memphis to celebrate International Tribute Week? He was just pensive and looking ahead. But what about the cheering crowds each night on stage? What about the hundreds of millions of records he had sold? Brand Blvd.


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