Tony Prince: “The Elvis Radio Trilogy” Four CD Set


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PRESLEY | COLLECTIBLES is pleased to be able to offer The Elvis Radio Trilogy – Tony Prince’s Most Amazing Elvis Interviews. The four pack CD collection of the Tony Prince interviews with The King, his inner circle and fans!

Tony Prince is a respected British radio disc jockey and businessman  In 1965 he joined the pirate radio station Radio Caroline North on a ship in the Irish Sea. After the 1967 Marine Offences Act banned pirate radio he joined Radio Luxembourg, becoming Programme Director between 1977 and 1984 and played Elvis Presley songs non-stop on hearing about the singer’s death on August 16 1977.  Around 1981, he began playing DJ mixes of dance records and started the Disco Mix Club Show. On returning to Britain, he launched DMC as a record subscription club in 1983. He also launched the magazine Mixmag, later sold to EMAP. Prince continues to run the company, now known as DMC International.  We source these directly from – The World’s Number One Music Lifestyle Site.

These CDs capture the magic of meeting Elvis in person, introducing Elvis on stage in Las Vegas, seeing him perform and ultimately Tony’s momentous and moving Radio Luxembourg broadcast on the night of Elvis’ death.  For the first time ever the Tony Prince Radio Luxembourg interviews are presented in full & in studio quality, a must for ever Elvis fan, especially those who think they have heard everything!


  • The Tony Prince Interviews
  • Tony Prince Discusses The Magic Of Meeting Elvis With Todd Slaughter & Ian Bailye When The UK Fanclub Took 250 Elvis Fans To See Him In The USA
  • Tony’s Present Day Introduction
  • In Conversation With Todd Slaughter & Ian Bayley Of The UK Elvis Fanclub
  • Tony Introduces Elvis On Stage In Las Vegas
  • Meeting Elvis Recollections
  • Recalling Graceland, Uncle Vester, Vernon Presley
  • Las Vegas & Meeting Colonel Tom Parker
  • The Dream Comes True
  • Tony Interviews Elvis!
  • Recollections Of The Meeting
  • Memorial Tours Since Elvis’s Death
  • The Colonel After Elvis’s Death
  • The Night Elvis Died
  • Todd Meets Elvis Once Again On The Airport Tarmac
  • Not Everybody Thought Elvis Was Dead!
  • Tony Outro & End Of Part One.


  • Elvis Presley 1973 Message To His UK & European Fans
  • Elvis’ Uncle Vester Graceland’s Gatekeeper With His Thoughts On The Memphis Mafia.
  • Charlie Hodge – Elvis’ On-stage Assistant/Guitarist & Great Friend.
  • Jackie Kahane – The King’s Court Jester.
  • Priscilla Presley – On Her First Meeting With Elvis & Planning The Wedding.
  • Joe Esposito – His Best Man, The Person Who Discovered Elvis Dead In The Bathroom.
  • Jennifer Holden – El’s Co-star In Jailhouse Rock & That First Kiss!
  • Vicky Slaughter – The Fanclub Widow Who Gave Elvis A Piece Of Her Mind
  • Todd Slaughter – His Personal Views On Elvis, Priscilla & The Memphis Mafia
  • Mae Axton – The Writer Of Heartbreak Hotel, & Elvis First Ever Interviewer


  • The Night Elvis Died
  • DJ Mark Wesley Announces Elvis’s Death On Radio Luxembourg News
  • Excerpts From Tony Prince’s Legendary Radio Luxembourg Programme On August 16th 1977


  • The Night Elvis Died (Continued)
  • Featuring Interviews With Jimmy Savile & Todd Slaughter
  • Plus Comments From DJ Colleagues Mark Wesley & Peter Powell
  • Listeners Immediate Reaction
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