Number of page: 384
Category: Biography & Autobiography
On a lazy Sunday in 1954, twelve-year-old Jerry Schilling wandered into a Memphis touch football game, only to discover that his team was quarterbacked by a nineteen-year-old Elvis Presley, the local teenager whose first record,
- David Raesler
Awesome book. A must read to all Elvis fans
- Judy Hiemstra
My life with Elvis By Jerry Schilling Wonderful book. Couldn’t stop reading it. I learned so much more about Elvis.
- Sheryl S.
Sheryl Love Elvis so anything about him is good.
LibraryThing Review A watered down behind the scenes look at Elvis’ life from one of his ‘long time friends’. Written very much through rose coloured glasses, but it’s a nice tribute. Want the real story on Elvis, read The Colonel by Alanna Nash.
Review: Me and a Guy Named Elvis: My Lifelong Friendship with Elvis Presley This is one of the best books I’ve read on Elvis Presley. Jerry Schilling was so kind and so loyal to his kind-hearted and generous friend Elvis. I recommend everyone read this book.
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Me and a guy named Elvis: my lifelong friendship with Elvis Presley In 1954, Schilling had a chance meeting with Elvis Presley at a Memphis pickup football game. It was the beginning of a beautiful friendship, which eventually led to SchillingÃƒ ¯Ã‚ ¿Ã‚ ½s entry into
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