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Graceland Randers & Elvis Legacy Protectors

Graceland Randers Legacy Protectors are chosen for their effort and ability to keep Elvis Presley's memory alive and for spreading the knowledge of his music.  

Scotty Moore

December 27, 2011

Scotty was there from the beginning in 1954 when he, Bill Black (bass player) and Elvis recorded the first single "That's Alright Mama" at SUN Records in Memphis. Following the release they toured all over the south of the US, trying to break through. Scotty was recently number 29 on Rolling Stone Magazine's list "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”.




Gordon Stoker

December 26, 2011

Gordon Stoker was a member of Elvis' famous background choir The Jordanaires and recorded many songs and albums with Elvis, primarily in the earlier years. Gordon Stoker was appointed Graceland Randers Legacy Protector in his home in Nashville. Gordon recorded and performed with Elvis during the years 1956-1970 and The Jordanaires is probably the most famous of all the choirs that Elvis worked with.




Sir Cliff Richard

November 11, 2011

Sir Cliff Richard's musical carreer ran almost parallel with Elvis' and is an indication of where Elvis might be carreer wise if he had still been around today. A Graceland Randers & Elvis Legacy Protector helps to spread the knowlegde of Elvis' music and keep his memory alive. Who better to do this than one of the biggest icons in the world, who's even been very inspired by Elvis' music himself.




Bob Moore

October 31, 2011

Bob Moore was Elvis' bass player and recorded the hits ”His Latest Flame”, ”Wooden Heart” and ”(You’re The) Devil In Disguise” with Elvis. Bob Moore is one of the best and most respected bass players in the world and has long been an icon in the City of Music, Nashville. He's recorded with some of the biggest names including Roy Orbison, Simon & Garfunkel, Jerry Lee Lewis, Kenny Rogers and more. He was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2007.




Peter Viskinde

August 12, 2011

Peter Viskinde has a long music carreer behind him. He was part of one of the biggest Danish bands of the 80s called Malurt and subsequently the equally popular Big Fat Snake with whom he released the live album "One Night of Sin" with TCB Band. Today he has his own band called Peter Viskinde Band and does solo projects from time to time. He has also performed Elvis music in cooperation with Graceland Randers/Elvis Unlimited. Peter Viskinde Band was part of our big opening show and the shows at Graceland Randers.




Jimmy Jørgensen

August 12, 2011

Jimmy Jørgensen started in mid-80s as a member of the very popular Danish band called Hotel Hunger and has also been in several movies and TV-series. His music style is broad and he has of course done lots of Elvis, for instance at the official opening of Randers Week 2011.







Rock Nalle

May 19, 2011

Nalle alias Roland Lyhr Sorensen was born in 1943 and has drawn inspiration from Elvis Presley, Fats Domino, Litlle Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. Nalle is nothing less than a living legend in Danish rock music. From the cover of "In the Midnight Hour" to the album "It's a Wonderful Life" there's one consistency: the most beautiful, heartfelt soul voice this side of the Mississippi belt! He used to known for his Danish interpretations of classic rock 'n roll songs. Now he's known for his excellent interpretations of classic American roots- and blues songs.




Jørgen de Mylius

March 12, 2011

Jørgen de Mylius was born in 1946 and trained as a journalist. He's most famous for his Television and radio show "Eldorado" and for his many years of hosting the Danish Song Contest (11 in total) and 24 years as the speaker for the Danish television viewers of The European Song Contest. He has written several articles on film and music and has written song lyrics to many great Danish hits. He has written biographies on Elvis, Sir Cliff Richard and more and has released an album of Elvis' Danish hits. He was the host at our opening show "Celebrating Graceland Randers Red Carpet Show"







February 25, 2011

Lead singer Michael Poulsen and the rest of Volbeat became the first ambassadors for Graceland Randers. This happened during a tour of the then not finished Graceland Randers before going on stage the same night as a part of their sold-out Danish tour.

Volbeat are innovators just like Elvis was and Michael Poulsen is a huge Elvis fan himself. He has Henrik to thank for his big Elvis collection.

Volbeat have drawn a lot of inspiration from Elvis which is evident on several of their songs - a fact that surprises many, given that their genre is not exactly close to Elvis'.



 Mike Andersen

November 20, 2011




Charles Stone

February 2, 2012

As tour producer for Elvis Presley in the 1970s, Charles Stone had a rare opportunity to work closely with Elvis Presley. Charles flew with Elvis and his employees on the 'Lisa Marie', from city to city every time Elvis was on tour. Charles experienced the daily life with Elvis and developed a close working relationship and a close friendship with Colonel Parker and the TCB group.

Charles began his career in entertainment in the mid-1960s as a booking agent and worked with popular names such as Little Richard, Fats Domino, Louis Armstrong, and Coasters. In the late 1960s, Concerts West recruited Charles to promote artists like Led Zeppelin, Chicago, Grand Funk, Three Dog Night, Frank Sinatra and ultimately Elvis Presley. Charles lives in Dallas, Texas, where he continues to keep Elvis' memory alive.

 James Burton

October 28, 2012

James Burton is not only known as Elvis' guitarist for several years, but also as one of the best in his field. He was earlier this year ranked No. 19 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists. A list composed from the music industry's own nominations.

James Burton is an icon that - besides Elvis Presley - has worked with Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison, Elvis Costello, Jerry Lee Lewis, John Denver, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers, Nancy Sinatra, Pat Boone, The Everly Brothers, The Monkeys and Flemming ‘Bamse’ Jørgensen.