Bobby emmons blues with a beat with an organ

Bobby has been entertaining audiences for over 40 years. He has performed with his band, The Crosstones since 1975.   In addition to the Crosstones, Bobby has been involved with the PBS TV Oldies Specials, performing with top ten recording artists, The Teddy Bears and The Safaris.  He has also performed in concert as bandleader, guitarist and vocalist with Brian Hyland ("Sealed With A Kiss", "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"), Johnny Tillotson ("Poetry In Motion", "It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin", "Send Me The Pillow You Dream On", "Talk Back Tremblin' Lips"), Freddy Cannon ("Palisades Park", "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans", Tallahassee Lassie"), Tommy Roe ("Sheila", "Sweet Pea", "Hooray For Hazel", "Dizzy"), The Mello Kings ("Tonite Tonite"), Don & Juan ("What's Your Name") and many others.  Bobby has worked in radio since 1998, sharing the microphone "on stage" and "over the airwaves" with Frankie Valli, . Thomas, Little Anthony, The Monkees, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones and Tommy James to name a few.  In addition,  Bobby is currently working with Mike Amalfa and John Johnson from his High School Band!  He loves performing for all ages and has a special affinity for our seniors.

Elvis 35th Anniversary Concert
8:00 . FedExForum, downtown Memphis. Elvis returns to Memphis for a spectacular concert event starring the real Elvis Presley via video. See some of Elvis' finest concert performances projected on a large video screen, accompanied live on stage by a cast of singers and musicians who worked with him, an orchestra, and additional singers and musicians. All music heard in the concert production is performed live except for Elvis' voice. The following guests are confirmed to perform in the concert:
Joe Guercio
TCB Band members James Burton and Glen Hardin
DJ Fontana
Norbert Putnam
The Sweet Inspirations – Estelle Brown, Portia Griffin & Kelly Jones
Former members of JD Sumner and The Stamps Quartet: Bill Baize, Ed Hill, Larry Strickland and Donnie Sumner
Former members of The Imperials: Joe Moscheo, Terry Blackwood, Armond Morales and Jim Murray
Former members of The Dempseys: Brad Birkedahl and Joe Fick

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