John Krondes and The Jordanaires spark musical reunion of the original Elvis Presley Hit Team with recording of THE END
Elvis Presley Sings Hound Dog with The Jordanaires on the Ed Sullivan Show on October 28, 1956
The Jordanaires sing "Too Much" with Elvis Presley on the Ed Sullivan Show on January 6, 1957
Amazingly, and with no explanation, singer/songwriter John Krondes sparks musical reunion of the original Elvis Presley musicians with a new recording of his dad's song THE END with the Jordanaires. Fatefully, Elvis Presley chose THE END (At The End Of A Rainbow) to seranade his future wife Priscilla Beaulieu with in Germany on the niight they met. Jimmy Krondes and Sid Jacobson wrote this timeless love song for Earl Grant in 1958. Decades later, Jimmy's son John Krondes was introduced to the Elvis Jordanaires and recorded his father's hit THE END.
Music professionals and media are baffled at how John Krondes has attracted virtually all of Evis Presley's original band members and singers to make new music. Even Elvis Presley's Best Friend and 20 Year Road Manager Joe Esposito began heading the Hit Team Project until his death in 2016. George Nichopoulos (Dr. Nick), Presley's doctor and close friend also soon became one of John Krondes' biggest supporters.
John Krondes and the Elvis Hit Making Team now have near 100 New Songs, marking the very 1st New Recordings since Evis Presley died in 1977!!!
Joe Esposito; the Best Man at Elvis Presley's Wedding and Road Manager for 20 Years talks aout his best friend Elvis. Joe Esposito took the lead as Chairman and head promoter of John Krondes and the Elvis Hit Making Team until his death in 2016.
Singer ad Songwriter John Krondes talks about his portentous recording of THE END with the Jordanaires,. Krondes' new recording of "At The End Of A Rainbow" has sparked a total reunion of the original Elvis Presley band members to make new recordings with him.
Noted Celebrity Psychic To The Stars, John Cohan, weighs in on the mystifying exploding music project by John Krondes and the Elvis Hit Making Team. Cohan explains, there's no mystery here... "It's All Connected"! It's all about connections he says, and with regard to Elvis Presley and John Krondes, "the connection and force of this music bond came from the higher universe".
There was no mistake, chance circumstance, or coincidence involved in John Krondes meeting the Jordanaires and all the rest of Elvis Presley's original musicians. It's quite simple; Elvis Presley did not want to die, he had great new plans for his music in 1977; all echoed by Priscilla Presley and Ginger Alden. It was also not a coincidence for John Krondes to have met Presley's Best Friend and 20 Year Road Manager Joe Esposito.
There was clearly a heavenly agreement and plan between Elvis Presley and Jimmy Krondes (John's Dad). There was no mistake made by Elvis on earth, rather it was all a higher plan. Elvis Presley sang THE END (At The End Of A Rainbow) written by Jimmy Krondes to Priscilla Beaulieu on the night they met in Germany. It's Not for us to understand, but John Krondes was chosen by Rock 'N Roll Heaven to carry on the music and Memphis Sound for Elvis Presley.
This is one of those orders of the universe. What will be will be. This wholly perplexing metaphysical bond between Elvis Presley and John Krondes was not made in an earthly realm. Elvis Presley continues his New Beginning to live and breath through John Krondes. It is Done nd Ordered by Rock 'N Roll Heaven!!!
Singer John Krondes Making History With Elvis Presley's Jordanaires
Elvis Presley with the legendary Jordanaires
Elvis Presley with the Jordanaires and Millie Kirkham
John Krondes and the Jordanaires bring back the Memphis Sound with the recording of THE END. Elvis Presley serenaded Priscilla Beaulieu with this song on the night they met in Germany.
John Krondes with the American Sound Studio Band, Jordanaires, Stamps, Impericals, Sweet Inspirations, and the Evils Horns Rock The house with the new Memphis Sound.
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