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"Elvis is history," Carl Perkins once said, "and anytime anyone or anything becomes history, whether it be Pearl Harbor or Elvis, it will never go away. The world will never tire of his songs." TCBCast is an unofficial fan podcast featuring co-hosts Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman, along with regular guest co-hosts Ryan Droste and Bec Wyles, plus an array of Elvis fans and experts setting out to better understand that history, and those songs. Tackling topics from throughout Elvis's lifetim ...
 
Hello all you Elvis fans! Welcome to the TCB Radio Network podcast celebrating the life and memory of Elvis Presley with a mission to share his legacy with the world. Here you will find interviews with authors, Elvis Fan Club presidents, artists, musicians, and OF COURSE close personal FRIENDS of Elvis Presley who knew the man himself! Get ready for some Elvis content and news you can use! We are an unofficial fan podcast, not associated with Elvis Presley Enterprises
 
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Victory Christian Ministries International is one church in many locations around the world. It has established several dynamic ministries designed to guide, uplift, encourage, motivate, and support believers across the world and was founded by Pastors Tony and Cynthia Brazelton.
 
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A note from Justin & Gurdip: "This episode takes some pretty sharp turns. We hope that after you hear us 'give it the old college try,' you all will appreciate and understand the approach that we eventually landed on for the Patreon-picked main topic on the abundance of conspiracy theories that loomed over pop culture after Elvis's death in 1977, a…
 
Six performances on television across nine weeks in early 1956. Not only did Elvis's life and career changed so dramatically between them, but the face of America's cultural landscape, as the establishment voices of popular and country music fought the tidal wave of rock and roll on all fronts, winning some small victories like Dot Records's attemp…
 
From its misleading title to its meme-status cover, for all our joking about 1972's Elvis Now, it's time to put our money where our mouths are and actually see if the music itself is as misguided as the cover that contains it would seem to imply! For Song of the Week, Gurdip realizes that the 1963 "Return to Sender" sequel song, "Western Union," st…
 
Justin, Jamie, and John continue their exploration of Hal Wallis's 1957 production, "Loving You," by delving into the stories behind Elvis's costars and how they ended up in the film, particularly Lizabeth Scott and Dolores Hart. Then the guy ponder Loving You's legacy as to how the film handles the cultural zeitgeist around Elvis Presley, seriousl…
 
Musician, actor, songwriter, producer and past TCBCast guest Jamie Kelley returns with Elvis collector & expert John Michael Heath, the co-host of their new YouTube video series EAP Society, to sit down with Justin to talk all about what they've been up to in the past couple years, their history as collectors, and then get down into the nitty gritt…
 
This week, Justin and Bec are joined by Rick London, longtime Elvis fan since 1955, and music history aficionado. Rick provides a wealth of insights and experiences on what being a contemporary Elvis fan felt like, and how the process of learning about him and consuming pop culture has evolved in the years since, and in a fun sidebar, Justin even g…
 
Justin and Bec certainly INTENDED to take things light this week going for an "easy" topic spotlighting their favorite Elvis songs by year recorded, but you know how it goes... they begin breaking down the performances as they go and it turns into a fun exploration across the entire spectrum of Elvis's career. For Song of the Week, Justin gives att…
 
Inspired by the now-iconic "Vegas Rehearsal" scene from Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, and winning the Patreon poll for topic this month, Justin and Bec sit down to try to unpack Elvis's working relationships with his musical producers, what people really meant when they described Elvis as his own producer, and if that moment in the movie was really based o…
 
Hey all - as discussed in the intro to this, we're taking a one-week hiatus, partly for Justin's birthday, partly due to some necessary & unavoidable schedule shuffling on our back end. We'll be back next week with a split episode between Bec & Justin on Elvis as Producer/Arranger and Gurdip & Justin on Songs of the Week. This week, rather than dro…
 
On this week's TCBCast, Gurdip and Justin briefly touch on some recent Elvis news such as the confirmation from Baz Luhrmann that he's seeking to release the Viva Las Vegas remix from the film, a new preview track from the forthcoming Elvis On Tour box set, and we take time to give gratitude to listener & patron Rick, who incredibly generously dona…
 
On September 24, 2002, BMG unleashed what would become perhaps the most successful Elvis Presley release of the 21st century: 30 #1 Hits. To celebrate two decades since its milestone release, Justin and Gurdip look back at how producer David Bendeth overcame obstacles like deteriorating master tapes, poor documentation and missing elements to deliv…
 
Justin and Bec follow up an episode from last November, loosely tracing Elvis's progression as a vocalist through his more mature years as he slowly (but surely!) leans less on imitating others and begins to find his own true voice. It's an incredibly meaty topic and goes everywhere from the differences between in-studio recordings of the 60s and l…
 
Gurdip plays catch-up with the incomparable Ms. Jaime Kay as she dusts off her seat and regales him with tales of her visit to Memphis and Elvis Week 2022, including an encounter with Priscilla Presley and Jerry Schilling. Then, Justin cracks open the TCBCast vault to bring out not only a little extra bonus discussion on UK-exclusive LPs with autho…
 
Picking right back up where they left off, Justin, Gurdip and Darin continue examining the material recorded in March 1962, now beginning to fully take shape as the album that would come to be known as "Pot Luck." There's still a lot of Latin-flavored pop mixed in with country ballads, but things get really heated (and fun!) when Darin and Gurdip g…
 
Guest Darin Evans joins Gurdip and Justin for an in-depth look at Elvis's 1961-1962 output which eventually led to the release of the album Pot Luck in May 1962. What starts with a Blue Hawaii reject and several sessions simply held for the purpose of recording singles eventually begins to take shape as the severely overlooked followup to 1961's "S…
 
Today we're marking 45 years since the passing of Elvis Presley. On this episode, Gurdip and Justin take a look at the final recording sessions Elvis Presley ever had, a once-passionate and perfectionist creative now distracted and unfocused for a myriad of reasons, yet still able to pull together five memorable recordings in October 1976. Then, fo…
 
In a valorous attempt to capture the now much more elusive Elvis Presley in his natural habitat, Felton Jarvis and RCA bought the recording studio to Graceland, turning the tropical-themed den into an impromptu space for the band, winding cords down and out the back of the house to a van where the equipment sat. Justin and Gurdip explore how, over …
 
Justin is joined this week by record collector (and TCBCast Patreon backer) Julius Adame to review Elvis's 1959 compilation "For LP Fans Only" while Gurdip is out. Together, Julius and Justin rediscover how surprisingly cohesive this package, intended to keep demand high while Elvis was overseas in military service, still holds together. They also …
 
Gurdip and Justin, freshly reinvigorated, nostalgically dig up their very first box sets that served as their gateways to Elvis's discography: 1985's 50 Years, 50 Hits for Gurdip and 1999's Artist of the Century for me, and compare/contrast the packages, realizing that whether decked out with liner notes or bare-bones design, the music is powerful …
 
Following on the heels of "I'm Comin' Home" being featured in Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, Gurdip and Justin sit down with the very underrated and under-discussed 1961 album "Something for Everybody." Recorded in a single March 1961 session just ahead of the filming of Blue Hawaii, "Something for Everybody" has slipped under the radar of many... but it's …
 
Gurdip and Justin sit down with the digital version of the soundtrack album for Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis," to explore the remixes, covers and remasters of classic Elvis recordings, as well as finding as many musical Easter Eggs as they can. Then, Song of the Week makes a grand return! Inspired by a similarly-themed track from the movie's soundtrack, G…
 
On this super special episode of TCBCast, many of our Patreon backers who have had the chance to see Baz Luhrmann's Elvis sent in their reactions to the movie, both emailed and recorded. You'll get to hear a wide range of thoughtful opinions on the movie from the Elvis fans who are among our most engaged listeners and supporters. Then, as a book-en…
 
There are a lot of people saying a lot of things. Some would make him out to be the hero, the villain, the victim, the perpetrator... in their story of who Elvis was. Baz Luhrmann's Elvis is not Gurdip's, Justin's, Ryan's or Bec's Elvis. And we know plenty of people are happy to tell the world right now how it's not their Elvis, either. But we're h…
 
Join the TCBCast gang for part one of the most in-depth analysis of Baz Luhrmann's Elvis yet to be done. In part one, Gurdip, Justin, Ryan and Bec explore how the film sets itself apart by giving the audience a unique, fantastical point of view from which to witness its events, the significance of Captain Marvel's lore to this telling, the use of h…
 
Justin sits down with filmmaker Bill Bryan for a lengthy, standalone episode (No Song of the Week!) delving into the actors who have played Elvis prior to Austin Butler, from as early as Kurt Russell in 1979 to as recently as Drake Milligan (both in CMT's "Sun Records" in 2017 and also before that in "Nobody," Bill's own officially authorized biogr…
 
No, you're not mistaken. This is a proper TCBCast dropping on a Sunday - because ya'll are getting a double dose of the show this week! In this episode, Gurdip and Justin catch up on the very latest news from Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, including Eminem's big single "The King and I," before Justin sits down with Rabia, who appeared on the show last Decem…
 
Gurdip returns just in time to cover the winning subject of our Patreon poll: the impact and our memories of the 1992 box set "The King of Rock and Roll: The Complete 50s Masters." As the centerpiece of the early "Elvis in the 90s" campaign run by BMG, The 50s Masters set, once described by Rolling Stone as a "Rosetta Stone of rock," was hugely for…
 
Recorded, edited and published as an early access bonus to the TCBCast Patreon within hours of the Sydney premiere on June 5, the fabulous Bec Wyles, who was in attendance at the invitation of WB, sat down with Justin for her in-the-moment, unprocessed and unfiltered reactions to the film. Baz Luhrmann's Elvis is an audio-visual barrage that overwh…
 
Justin and Bec power through a mostly spur-of-the-moment episode to read listener emails, catch up on the latest in the barrage of media around Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, including what we've heard from the soundtrack on the Red Carpets at the Cannes and London premieres. For Song of the Week, Justin rings in Pride Month with "Riding the Rainbow" from 1…
 
Recorded well before both Trailer 2 and the world premiere of Baz Luhrmann's Elvis at Cannes, Gurdip and Justin get caught up pre-premiere news and answered a patron's nostalgic email regarding the 20th anniversary of the A Little Less Conversation remix, then get down to business reviewing The Sweet Inspirations' self-titled 1967 album, which gave…
 
All hands are on deck for our initial reactions and emergency breakdown of the second theatrical trailer for Baz Luhrmann's Elvis. Just as in our previous breakdown, we spend time exploring what creative choices indicate to us about the direction, themes and tone of the upcoming feature film, as well as provide historical context, speculation, and …
 
As part of our monthly Patreon-exclusive pop culture spin-off TCBCast Now, Ryan Droste joined Justin this month for an extended discussion catching up on his thoughts on the interviews, TV spots and other information that dropped related to Baz Luhrmann's Elvis. That segment is being released here on the main feed as a bonus episode. FYI This was r…
 
In Part 2 of Justin and Bec's discussion on Elvis's smash 1961 Paramount film "Blue Hawaii," Bec finally unleashes a years-pent-up question about Nancy Walters' Abigail Prentice, and the duo reassesses Justin's claim that "Blue Hawaii" was one of the most important movies Elvis made. Then, for Song of the Week, Bec gambles on "Chesay" from Frankie …
 
Gurdip is out this week to handle some necessary family concerns, so Justin is joined by Bec once again to talk about the film he once called "the most important movie Elvis ever made": 1961's "Blue Hawaii"! Bec has plenty to say on the love rectangle protagonist Chad Gates finds himself in one corner of, while Justin digs into the film's cinematic…
 
Hey TCBCast listeners - April was a rough month for the hosts, so they're taking things a bit easy this week as a mental reset in anticipation of a full slate of content for the month of May. Gurdip and Justin discuss some light Elvis news, answer some listener messages, and then for Song of the Week, Gurdip is uplifted by "Beyond the Bend" from th…
 
We're taking a look at the album that dropped the same day as "Elvis On Tour", the Camden that paired his hit single with a handful of seemingly disconnected songs from Elvis's movies... but as you'll hear, there may just be a secret connection between them that you won't expect! Then, for Song of the Week, Gurdip keeps things light covering the un…
 
Part 2 of our review of the 1972 documentary "Elvis On Tour" includes discussion on various releases of EOT, its audio-visual components, and pondering whether it has been overshadowed by Aloha From Hawaii. We also debate whether a potential Special Edition would be any more insightful or artistically merited for the mainstream given the known mate…
 
As selected by TCBCast Patreon supporters, we're marking the 50th anniversary of Elvis's famous 1972 spring tour and the concert film that resulted from it: the Golden Globe-winning documentary "Elvis On Tour." Join Justin, Gurdip and Bec as they examine how it holds up 50 years later, reflecting on its place in Elvis's career, and pondering whethe…
 
Justin was unexpectedly ill just ahead of the planned recording an "Elvis On Tour" episode as picked by our Patreon supporters, so Gurdip and Bec instead rally together for an impromptu discussion of some of their all-time favorite Elvis songs that put an extra pep in their step, as well as answer listener emails. No Song of the Week this week; Pat…
 
The guys are taking a brief one-week hiatus to prepare for a big patron-voted two-parter on the 1972 documentary "Elvis On Tour" so please enjoy this special unofficial commentary previously exclusive to TCBCast Patreon supporters, who frequently receive full-length bonus content like this. In this episode, Justin and Gurdip sit down with a film th…
 
On this episode of TCBCast, the guys have taken their fascination with Elvis's musical connections to the extreme; to paraphrase the famous Jurassic Park quote, Gurdip & Justin were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should. Diving into abbreviated histories behind 10 songs Elvis referenced off-hand at home, i…
 
For the first time since 2019, we're doing an episode dedicated to exploring some of the more interesting covers of Elvis songs that we've enjoy! From Bruce Springsteen to Norah Jones, The Cramps to Black Stone Cherry, this list goes all over the place musically. Plus - has Justin found a version of "Raised on Rock" that Gurdip doesn't completely h…
 
Justin, Bec and Olivia's discussion on Elvis's 1969 live album "In Person at the International" concludes this week as they dig into the back half of the album, where Elvis focused largely on more contemporary material. While Bec has words about "Words," Justin brings to light a possible new insight/discovery about the single version of "Suspicious…
 
This week, Justin, Bec and Olivia take a look back at the live material originally released as the "From Memphis to Vegas" part of Elvis's 1969 double LP and whether it still holds up as originally released, and ponder why it's been overlooked by comparison to Madison Square Garden, Aloha From Hawaii and even Elvis in Concert! Part 1 this week incl…
 
Oh hey! What's happened since last week? Nothing big, right? We're just gonna quietly pick right back up where we left off, with a full-throated defense of "He's Your Uncle, Not Your Dad." It's the second part of Justin and Ryan's review of 1968's Speedway, starring Elvis, Nancy Sinatra and Bill Bixby! Plus, for Song of the Week, Ryan knows "It's I…
 
The TCBCast crew sits down after taking time to process the first full trailer for "Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS," starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, releasing June 24, 2022. You want historical fact checks from actual Elvis experts? We got 'em. You wanna know the moments that got us emotional? Double check. Questioning how certain topics might be broac…
 
Justin and Ryan crack open the drinks and sit down in front of the TV for an afternoon of watching race cars drive the same huge oval hundreds of times in a row. They happen to spy Elvis as Steve Grayson, stock car driver, in 1968's Speedway, as voted by our TCBCast Patreon supporters. Co-starring Nancy Sinatra and Bill Bixby among a cast of mid-60…
 
Director Baz Luhrmann dropped a dense 15 second teaser for the still officially untitled Elvis biopic Monday, February 14, 2022 ahead of the full trailer release on Thursday, so Gurdip & Justin got together quickly to give initial reactions to this second glimpse at the film. Alongside our normal weekly episode, expect the TCBCast crew back Thursda…
 
This week, Gurdip guides Justin through what was happening in the world of popular music the week that Elvis's last #1 US hit, Suspicious Minds, peaked on the Billboard Hot 100, exploring the context around and stories behind some of the other hits that it was in competition with. From Sly and the Family Stone and The Beatles to the artificial band…
 
Andreas van Kuijk. Thomas A. Parker. The Colonel. As selected by TCBCast Patreon supporters, Justin and Gurdip finally address the never-ending debate of the good and bad of Colonel Parker's management decisions for his client, examining his influence on Elvis's career and the entertainment industry overall. For Song of the Week, Gurdip shines a li…
 
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