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ELVIS “JAILHOUSE ROCK” BIRTHDAY PARTY NIGHT! | Ace Cafe London

ELVIS “JAILHOUSE ROCK” BIRTHDAY PARTY NIGHT!


Saturday 4th January
21.00 – 02.00
Entry £10
Sorry no under 18’s
 
Ace Cafe London’s annual  Elvis “Jailhouse Rock” birthday party night features the exceptional singer, songwriter and performer, Paul Ansell.
Frontman and “voice” of the rock n’ roll band “No.9” – Paul has worked with many of the rock n’ roll greats, including Elvis’ Sun guitarist, the legendary Scotty Moore.
With DJ Bill Guntrip on the decks from 21.00 – 02.00 Saturday 4th January – let’s rock the Ace with the “King”!
 
Win a range of prizes including, courtesy of the UK label Vee-Tone Records:
 
“The Memphis Jukebox”, hear what the King of Rock n Roll listened to on his own jukebox! This much talked about  release “The Memphis Jukebox” is a truly unique piece of Rock n Roll history. Featuring a specially selected collection of 45 rpm singles recently discovered to have been on Elvis Presleys personal Jukebox in Graceland, recently detailed in the excellent article Secrets of Elvis Jukebox from Record Collector Magazine February 2010 (No. 372), the CD features 22 45s from artists such as Carl Perkins, Dale Hawkins, Warren Smith, Bo Diddley, Ray Sharpe, Little Walter, Big Joe Turner, Little Richard and many more…… an absolute must for Elvis and Rock n Roll collectors.
 
“From The Ghetto”, a high octane blast of some of the hottest Afro-American Rock ‘n’ Roll and Rhythm & Blues ever recorded. The 29 track album is made for the dance floor and primarily focuses on up-tempo recordings from the 1940’s and 1950’s and features a wealth of rarities from well-known and lesser known recording artists. Artists featured include Jackie Wilson, Eddie Bo, The Larks, Professor Longhair, Young Jessie, Piano Red, Sister Rosetta Tharpe….. plus many more! Spanning record labels and music styles (Including – Blues Shouters, Vocal Groups, Piano Boogie and hardcore Rock n Roll) this album jumps and jives its way across the USA. Rarities included are – Barrett Strong’s 1959 mover “Let’s Rock”, Bernard Hardison’s 1954 original R&B version of Elvis Presley’s “Too Much”.
 
Additional prizes will include copies of the special Vintage Rock Magazine issue that explores the world of Elvis live on stage and traces the King’s seismic live career, from the 1950’s to the ’68 Comeback Special and on into the 70’s, featuring  Elvis’s tours and TV appearances, a look at his infamously flamboyant touring wardrobe, a pick of the Top 20 essential live recordings, and insights from those who knew Elvis best., as well as pairs of tickets to attend the cafe’s annual Gene Vincent Tribute Night on Saturday 8th February, meal vouchers for two, and a selection of Ace goodies!
 
To be in with a chance of winning, just retain your door entry raffle ticket.  Draw will be held on the evening.