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    An OFFICIALLY LICENSED PUBLICATION OF ELVIS PRESLEY ENTERPRISES

 

 

 

 

Darwin Lamm, publisher of Elvis...The Magazine, grew up as an Elvis fan in the fifties, but entered the Elvis world on August 16, 1977 when he was asked to produce the Elvis Radio Tribute following Elvis’ death.  It was entitled “Elvis Remembered” and led to over 200 hours of Elvis Radio Tributes.

 

Creative Radio Network President, Darwin Lamm formed the firm in 1971 with Dick Clark to syndicate and distribute the controversial Bill Balance talk show.

 

Lamm, a former ICM and APA Television agent took over Creative Radio Shows when Dick Clark moved into the TV field.  Lamm moved into the area of music programming and his first special was a four hour The Beach Boys Story.

 

In 1976, Lamm followed up with a second four-hour radio special titled “The Beatles”.  The highly successful Buddy Holly Story then opened the door to many Pop oriented specials.  In 1987 Lamm produced the Elvis 10th Anniversary Radio Tribute-which led to the weekly Radio Show “The Elvis Hour.”

 

Throughout the '70s, '80s and '90s, the CREATIVE RADIO NETWORK  founded by Darwin Lamm was known as the largest radio syndication company of “music specials” on many of the top Rock and Country artists.  Weekly radio programs like the “Gary Owens Supertracks” and “The Elvis Hour” received high acclaim for their longevity and production quality.  Since Elvis’ death in 1977, Darwin has produced and directed Elvis radio specials heard around the world.

 

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“Elvis Remembered” (2 hrs.)

“Elvis:  The Country Side” (2 hrs.)

“Elvis:  The 50th Birthday Tribute” (6hrs.)

“Elvis:  The 10th Anniversary Radio Tribute” (6 hrs.)

“The Elvis Hour” (1 hr. per week via satellite: total of 65 hours)

“The Elvis Birthday Tribute” (3 hrs.)

“Memories of Elvis” (3 hrs.)

“The Elvis 15th Anniversary Radio Tribute” (6 hrs.)

“The Elvis 20th Anniversary Radio Tribute” (3 hrs.)

 

 

Although Darwin continues to produce Radio Specials on various artists, he will be the first to tell you that Elvis...The Magazine, Elvis Books and Good Rockin’ Tonite concerts have always been in the forefront.  “I have found all the Elvis projects to be an extremely challenging and fascinating experience. Not a day goes by that I don’t hear or read something from a fan that touched my heart.  The undying love that so many fans feel for Elvis is never ending and I will always strive to give you my best, as we all continue...Keeping the Elvis Memory Alive.”