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Tom Sings Elvis!

Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2007

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`Tom Bates has been tempted back into the recording studio'

Twenty-five years after his one and only single, (`Whisky Sundown’ – Ace Records) former entertainer and well known Derbyshire writer/historian Tom Bates, has been tempted back into the Recording Studio!

Tom, who in previous incarnations has appeared on stage & screen in the guise of Neil Christian (1963-72), and Reb Lee (of `The Outlaws’ 1979-84) is the son of the late David H Lee, dubbed by the Americans as `the Man with the Ten-Foot Voice’ – and regarded by many, including himself, as Britain’s greatest-ever country singer.

`Tom Sings Elvis’ includes twelve tracks recorded at the Meadow Farm Studios in Derbyshire, and features Tom on vocals, guitar and harmonica.

Tracks Include:In the Ghetto: The Wonder of You: American Trilogy:

Honey: Can’t Help Falling in Love: Me &Bobby McGee:

The Gambler: Halfway to Paradise: Love Me Tender:

Old Shep: Coward of the County:There Goes my Everything

Available on CD or cassette tape at just £3 plus p&p!

(limited number of cassette tapes available)

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