Blast From the Past 

Reunited after a 15-year hiatus, Sons of Elvis plays its 'last show ever'

At its peak in the mid-'90s, indie/alternative act Sons of Elvis appeared to be the next big thing. The New York/Cleveland band signed to a label and gained some traction, making an appearance on the nationally televised Jon Stewart Show. It also…

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