I've borrowed the heading for this blog post from a recent online article about me and my museum. As you will no doubt know it'll be 41 years on the 16th since the King left us. Being in New Zealand we'll be the first to hit 16th August and think of what we lost when the King died. I was featured on Stuff.co.nz and in print with the local rag where I got to share my passion and interest in the King. Please go and have a read here on the Stuff website who have pulled this g
Here's a blast from the past where KD (or is that Glen Campbell?) was interviewed by Tamati Coffey back in 2009. Fun fact, Tamati is now a Labour MP for the Rotorua and was also winner of Dancing with the Stars in 2009. You just have to love Paul Henry's chatter and reference to KD "knowing his stuff" and that "we can say that's legit". Find out what KD's favouriate movie is! #Breakfast #Media #TV #Favouritemovie
When it comes to Elvis jokes, Kevin David Wasley (KD) has heard them all. He’s often told it wouldn’t do to get all shook up with his paintbrush in his job as a contract painter and paperhanger. People look at his feet and ask where are his blue suede shoes? He’s known by some as The King. Not that KD minds. With the 30th anniversary of Elvis’ death fast approaching, he’s as enamoured of the man as he ever was. KD owns the Elvis Presley Memorial Record Room at 51 Argyle Stree
Hawera man’s two-room shed pays tribute to the King of Rock ’n’ Roll.
Stepping in to KD Wasley’s museum a spiritual experience of an Elvis kind. KD’s swept-back hair style is the first sign that this is more than a passing fad; Elvis’s memory is captured in memorabilia that KD has collected since the 1950s. His wife cuts his hair and KD keeps it in rockabilly-shape every day. KD says he can’t help himself; Elvis is his world. But there are rules at the Wasleys’ house: Elvis