What would have happened if Elvis's twin brother, Jesse Garon, had lived and not -- as history has written -- died at childbirth? Leave it to the imagination of the brilliant satirist Gerald Duff to completely and hilariously rewrite the entire Elvis myth, this time with Jesse Garon passing as Elvis's cousin and made to sit it out on the sidelines by Gladys, the forever-worried mama who calls for the twin when Elvis is having bad times and bad spells. So exactly who was it who first entered Sun Records to make a record for his mama? Who was it really who made the appearance on Ed Sullivan and danced around the firemen's pole in Jailhouse Rock? Well, we can't spoil it for you, but Gerald Duff can, and make you laugh the whole while. Devault-Graves Digital Editions has brought the long out-of-print That's All Right, Mama back in print in a new uncut edition with a splendid new cover and in ebook as well as print. That's All Right, Mama is a new addition to the Great Music Book Series released by Devault-Graves Digital Editions in which worthy music books that have not been available for some time are republished in quality paperback editions and ebook format. Award-winning author Gerald Duff has published numerous works of fiction and nonfiction including Memphis Ribs, Playing Custer, and Memphis Mojo.
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