How Elvis Made Ireland Shake, Rattle & Roll

Everything you ever wanted to know about Elvis’ role in the making of modern Ireland but were too shy to ask. Plus stuff you really didn’t know...

Ivor Casey’s Elvis & Ireland is a genuinely original...

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