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The following testimonal was on the main page for this subject. As a personal account of a given event, it is not encyclopedic and I have removed it from the main page as such. Wikipeida is not a message board for reviews, personal anecdotes or general raving about a particualr subject.
Billy asked me to emcee a show in Lake Charles, La. He headlined over Dolly Parton and Johnny Rodriquez. Billy had a stage presence that was just palpable! The crowds responded to Rub It In, and Sweet Magnolia Blossoms, and it was every way as Elvis' fans reacted. He is a gentleman, kind and even allowed me to interview him in his Hotel room before the show. I was a DJ from the promoting radio station. I shall never forget the electricity of this man, and his obvious joy of being on stage with a crowd that loved every minute of his show! (RGTrumps)