Singer Jose Feliciano is performing at Graceland fo commemorate the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's passing. His latest album "The King...by Jose Feliciano" hits stores today (Tuesday).
The legendary Jose Feliciano will perform at Graceland to commemorate the 35th Anniversary of Elvis Presley's passing. On Thursday, August 16th Mr. Feliciano will perform a special acoustic set to thousands of adoring Elvis fans. His latest record- The King
By Jose Feliciano will be available via Select-O-Hits on August 7, 2012.
Grammy Awards; including the LARAS Lifetime Achievement Award- Mr. Feliciano has achieved worldwide acclaim that has spanned three generations. Jose Feliciano now indulges himself in a lifelong dream
to honor his childhood hero- Elvis Presley.
The highly acclaimed guitarist, singer and composer returns to his youth to rekindle his passion for Elvis. After over a year in his private studio, Jose handpicked twelve Elvis songs. He arranged each one, played all of the instruments, recorded all of the background vocals and branded each song with his own distinctive voice and guitar genius.
Jose says, "I chose many of Elvis' hits like "Don't Be Cruel" and "All Shook Up" but I also recorded the Elvis songs I felt were gems that didn't get the recognition they deserve like "Teddy Bear" and "In The Ghetto."
By Jose Feliciano" not only showcases the magic of Feliciano but his genuine appreciation and affection for the undisputed King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.
For more information on the legendary Mr. Jose Feliciano, please visit: www.josefeliciano.com.
Singer Jose Feliciano Celebrates 35th Anniversary Of Elvis Presley's Death
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