Kentucky Rain

Showing recordings that were created recently for the song "Kentucky Rain" by Elvis Presley (Live Cuts). The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a specific year.

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Kentucky Rain

By DeanN6256 16 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By MAMAMIA 32 +7 Featuring STEVE58 43 +8 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By STEVE58 43 +8 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By GrantM 23 +4 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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I thought I would try to sing to get my mind off the fact I took my little miniature long-haired Dach in for surgery earlier this morning...I'm very worried about him because he's 16 yrs old....But he's also my best buddy....Haven't heard anything yet......

Kentucky Rain

By GrantM 23 +4 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Oh!!...That cold rain!!!...

Kentucky Rain

By Fester73 5 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By Little-Buddy 35 +2 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By godbless 23 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Kentucky Rain

By donnica59 36 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Feature Artistfacts for Elvis Presley He had a twin brother named Jesse who was stillborn. With no other siblings, he was raised an only child. Elvis loved to eat peanut butter and banana sandwiches, as well as many fried, greasy foods. His poor diet may have contributed to his death. He spent two years in the army when he was drafted in 1958. He was a Sergeant when he got out. In 1957 Elvis paid $100,000 for Graceland, a plantation mansion set in a 13-acre park. It is now a major tourist attraction in Memphis. He wrote very few of his songs, although he sometimes received songwriter credit in exchange for performing the songs. The last song he wrote was a number with guitar influences from 1962 called "You'll be gone."

Kentucky Rain

By Egidio 23 in the Style of Elvis Presley (Live Cuts)
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Back from 2 cruises in the Caribbean! Singing LIVE karaoke is the best! Live audience & tons of songs the DON'T have on here ..... ;0)))))