Old Shep ©Elvis Presley 1956

On October 3, 1945 a very shy, cute little guy named Elvis,
made his first public appearance on a stage at the Alabama
State Fair. He had to stand on a box to reach the microphone
as he sang "Old Shep." He won second place prize of $5.00
and free admission to the rides that day.
~Source elvisrockson

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Old Shep
Elvis Aaron Presley

Written by by Foley - Westpar
Recorded by Elvis on Sunday, September 2 1956

John's Old Shep Growing Up [1955]
Sir Lancelot (Lancie) with my sister Linda


Old Shep (1956)
©Elvis Presley

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