THE MAGIC OF ELVIS' MUSIC IS BACK!!! (The Story Continues...)

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Elvis Fans from accross the Globe are ecstatic about Elvis' "Hit Making Team" teaming up with singer John Krondes to make new music. Kismet summons Presley music entourage and fans alike to historical new music project!

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Los Angeles/New York (FSA News) - Yes it’s true! Many Elvis fans the world over are ecstatic about Elvis’ "Hit Making Team" reuniting and teaming up with singer John Krondes to make new music.

The Jordanaires, the TCB Band, the Sweet Inspirations, Elvis' writers, engineers, producers and other noted musicians and arrangers are back in action, creating historical "original" new music in the studios of Nashville, New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Barb, a major Elvis fan, e-mailed this question to us:

“Is this a dream or is this a joke?”

Thanks for asking, Barb. For twenty seven years, fans have been reporting Elvis sightings and longing to know that he is still alive. They miss him and his music!

Some may call it Kismet:

Although we can’t bring Elvis back, we can - and we have - brought the magic of Elvis’ music back! Elvis' life and spirit lives on in the synergy of this new music.

Welcome to Elvis’ world:

“Miracles, I guess, still happen now and then.” And somehow, fans, this is our “miracle”. The legacy continues.....

John Krondes and the Jordanaires are receiving great acclaim and radio play on their first single, “The End”. It’s available at and other music vendors.

Look for their next release in early 2005, "Vegas in the Morning". It's set to become the next generation party theme for Las Vegas. The release is timed to coincide with the monumental one hundred year birthday party for the city of Las Vegas which kicks off January 1, 2005.

For more information about John Krondes and the Jordanaires, please contact:

Gene Kennedy

Funky Sound of America

Nashville/New York.

Phone: (615) 754-0417


Edward Lozzi

Edward Lozzi & Associates. PR

Los Angeles.

Phone: (310) 922-1200


John's co-writer, Paul Evans, had four songs recorded by Elvis, and

two of his songs were being held by the King when he died.

Check out "Writing for Elvis"

Check out Paul's original demos for Elvis

"The End"

Funky Sound of America

Rock 'n Roll NewsDesk

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