The guy in the middle is Nathan Fillion In an episode of Castle. Does anybody know what the storyline was to have Fillion dressed up like this? Earlier this week I got an email from an ElvisBlog reader in Spokane who makes and collects guitars.
I was tickled with the caption for it on Pinterest describing what Elvis is wearing: A jacket given to John W. Heath by one of hiHumes High Scteachers who was the son of a man who got the jacket from a girlfriend who got it from Elvis after a concert. How about a little quiz? I missed the first guy on the left.
I needed help on the next two: I needed help on the two fellows on the bottom left: Then Joe Esposito and Charlie Hodge.
However, the caption on this picture is wrong. Although the reception had a lot of folks, only four Elvis buddies were in the very limited wedding party at the actual ceremony. How do you like this shot of Priscilla sticking out her tongue? To be completely honest, when I first found this picture, I never even noticed the stair railings until I read the caption.
Cropping was an improvement I really like this picture of young Elvis. Apparently, he was doing the low open-shirt thing way back in his teens.
But the casual hair style is so different from what we think of as typically Elvis. Does anybody have any idea when and where this was taken? If you do, please put it into Comments. Here we have a totally different spectrum of style on older Elvis. How about the blue scarf with the neckerchief slide half — way down.
The big attraction for me is the humongous belt. This is like a jumpsuit belt worn over regular pants, not a jumpsuit. It even has chains on the side. I may have seen this one before, but it is nice to look at it again. How lucky she was. What do you think? Alert reader Sandy said it was Sean Shaver, a photographer.
Sean Shaver has published numerous photo books about Elvis: Elvis almost looks like a real law officer with the badge and the jacket passants shoulder-straps. How do you like that huge TCB ring? I wish the photographer had snapped Elvis with his head up and smiling.
The tag said this photo was taken at a New Orleans concert in Just for kicks I cropped and blew up the crowd watching Elvis. Not many guys in attendance, and I think I see a couple of dads. See the two kids on the front left that are leaning?
Scroll back and you will see why. I think he did a good job.
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