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Imelda May on Nashville radio

Imelda May - NSN highlights 10-9-11 by Lightning100 3rd and Lindsley was packed and rockin’ on 10-9-11 for our Nashville Sunday Night broadcast headlined by hot new Irish singer/songwriter/musician Imelda May . She won Ireland’s 2009 Meteor Award (their equivalent to the Grammy ) for Best Female Artist. In 2010 she performed on the Grammys with Jeff Beck . Her new album Mayhem shows off her unique fusion of musical genres such as surf, blues and rockabilly. This is her time to break big in America. The audio highlight reel above from our show gives you the live performance of “Mayhem,” the single you’ve been hearing on Lightning 100 , plus a great rockabilly treatment of “Train Kept A’ Rollin’” and the live “Sneaky Freak,” one of the other many great songs on Mayhem.

Groundbreaking sounds of Muscle Shoals - David Briggs, Norbert Putnam & more

Thursday, October 13, 2011 : 12:00pm Panel Discussion: Land of 1,000 Dances: The Groundbreaking Sounds of Muscle Shoals with David Briggs, Donnie Fritts, Rick Hall, Jimmy Johnson, Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn, and Norbert Putnam. Special Program What do Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Bob Dylan, Bobbie Gentry, the Osmonds, and the Rolling Stones have in common? They all recorded classic hits in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. As early as Arthur Alexander's 1961 hit "You Better Move On," legendary performers have laid down some of the greatest recordings of all time in Muscle Shoals. They were produced and backed by an extraordinary crew of local musicians and creative professionals. Join us as we meet and talk with the pioneering masters behind the sounds of Muscle Shoals. Hosted by Holly George-Warren. Followed by a signing in the Museum Store. Presented in partnership with the Americana Music Association (AMA). Included with museum admission. Free to museum members and to AMA

Priscilla Presley on changes to Viva Elvis

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Viva ELVIS has been running for almost two years at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas. But the Cirque du Soleil  has announced  that the show is going to undergo some alterations. Exactly what those changes are going to be, however, nobody seems to know yet. Not even Priscilla Presley. Nor Cirque du Soleil’s Gilles St. Croix, who was one of two artistic guides (the other was Cirque owner Guy Lalibert√©) involved with the creation of the show. I spoke with Presley and St. Croix recently during the opening night party of the Cirque du Soleil’s IRIS in Los Angeles. Neither one could (or would) say anything concrete about the changes, which seem to be still a matter of discussion. But Priscilla, whom I accidentally crossed paths with on the way into the party,  assured me that there was no conflict between her and the Cirque du Soleil on the rethink of the show. “We’re definitely both on the same page,” she said, adding that she didn’t want anyone to get the impression that there was anythin

Elvis Presley's Dr. Nick speaks about Dr. Conrad Murray trial

Doctors to 'The Kings': Presley's Dr. Nick on Conrad Murray: MyFoxMEMPHIS.com MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The trial continues for Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal physician of Michael Jackson, charged with the involuntary manslaughter of the pop icon. Jackson's bodyguard was the first person to reach Jackson's bedroom after Dr. Murray urgently called for help. He testified that he was told by Dr. Murray to hide medicine vials before calling 911. The prosecution is using this testimony to argue Murray delayed calling 911 in order to cover up evidence that he was giving Jackson Propofol, a surgical anesthetic drug. The mysterious circumstances surrounding the tragic death of Michael Jackson has drawn numerous comparisons to the unexpected death of another musical icon 34 years ago. But, Elvis Presley's former personal physician, George Nichopoulos, said the medical treatment and care given both men were far different. One was the acclaimed King of Rock N' Roll, the

Elvis' Granddaughter Riley Keough has a new beau

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So it seems Riley Keough who is not only known as Elvis Presley's granddaughter but also a fashion model is making it big in Hollywood. She is becoming a well established actress. Currently, she is working on a film called, Magic Mike . Her character, Zora is a stripper who is a bad influennce on a fellow male stripper played by Alex Pettyfer . And it seems Riley and Alex are taking their work home with them. The two were spotted last weekend at LAX airport smooching. Filming continues this week in Florida. “They looked really cute together, cuddling and kissing each other before boarding their flight,” a witness revealed. “They seem to be enjoying their new relationship.”

Imelda May on The Tonight Show Video

Imelda May made her third appearance this year on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.