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GEORGE "GK" KLEIN is a Memphis native and a pioneering disc jockey and television host. He and Elvis met in eighth grade at Humes High in North Memphis, and they became lifelong friends. Today, Klein hosts a program for Sirius XM Radio's Elvis channel, Memphis Sounds for WYPL-18 TV, and the Elvis Hour for WMC radio in Memphis, where he lives with his wife, Dara. He misses Elvis every day. CHUCK CRISAFULLI is a veteran entertainment journalist and author, most recently of Go to Hell: A Heated History of the Underworld, and Me and a Guy Named Elvis, with Jerry Schilling. From the Hardcover edition.
"George, bravo! I learned some new things about you and your life, especially the earlier years. I feel you capture the essence of Elvis not only in dialogue, but also in giving the reader a sense of his personality, humor, and his spirit of play. . . . I know that Elvis would be proud that you've remained his loyal and lifelong friend." --Priscilla Presley "George was with Elvis from the beginning. He personally knows the story." --Dick Clark "George Klein is something else. Through the years, George has been right there. He's got the great stories and he's always talked about Elvis and presented him with great dignity." --Tom Petty "GK was there from the beginning, and there 'til the end. This book is fact." --Jerry Lee Lewis "GK was one of the most important friends and confidants of Elvis Presley. This book captures all the excitement of the birth of rock 'n' roll, and reminds us of the very significant roles that Elvis and GK played as rock 'n' roll pioneers." --Jerry Schilling From the Hardcover edition.