KARAOKE SCENE MAGAZINE ONLINE! - LSS40 performs Little Sister on Karaoke Showcase - ""Little Sister" is a rock and roll song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It was originally released as a single in 1961 by American singer Elvis Presley, who enjoyed a No. 5 hit with it on the Billboard Hot 100. The single (as a double A-side with "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame") also reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart. Lead guitar was played by Hank Garland, with backing vocals by the Jordanaires featuring the distinctive bass voice of Ray Walker. Presley performs the song as part of a medley with "Get Back" in the 1970 rockumentary film Elvis: That's the Way It Is." - Wikipedia
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Date Submitted:  2018-04-08 [Archive Date: 2018-07-07]
Genre:  Oldies
Original Artist:  Elvis Presley
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Description:  ""Little Sister" is a rock and roll song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It was originally released as a single in 1961 by American singer Elvis Presley, who enjoyed a No. 5 hit with it on the Billboard Hot 100. The single (as a double A-side with "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame") also reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart. Lead guitar was played by Hank Garland, with backing vocals by the Jordanaires featuring the distinctive bass voice of Ray Walker. Presley performs the song as part of a medley with "Get Back" in the 1970 rockumentary film Elvis: That's the Way It Is." - Wikipedia
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Comment by: Old Teenager (Total comments: 33  Submissions: 6) Mon, Apr 16th, 2018 
Old Teenager I just watched the Elvis special "The Searcher" and couldn't wait to hear your version. Nice job, you really rocked it.
Reply: Thanks OT, I watched it too...very good timeline and narration! Lee
Comment by: KaraTroll (Total comments: 638  Submissions: 173) Sat, Apr 14th, 2018 
KaraTroll You surely rocked this Elvis classic Lee! Much enjoyed.
Reply: Thank you Kara...very nice compliment! Lee
Comment by: MLC67 (Total comments: 73  Submissions: 29) Fri, Apr 13th, 2018 
MLC67 Fun, fun, fun. Nice job! Enjoyed this much.
Reply: Thank you and I enjoy your compliment much! :) Lee
Comment by: Warrenkel16 (Total comments: 66  Submissions: 0) Wed, Apr 11th, 2018 
Warrenkel16 Love your Song.Elvis Rocks!
Reply: Great to hear from you and my thanks for your listen! Lee
Comment by: Duston (Total comments: 321  Submissions: 206) Mon, Apr 9th, 2018 
Duston Great Listen Lss outstanding
Reply: Many thanks Duston...much appreciated! Lee


LSS40 performs Little Sister on Karaoke Showcase of Karaoke Scene Magazine Online: LSS40 performs Little Sister on Karaoke Showcase - ""Little Sister" is a rock and roll song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It was originally released as a single in 1961 by American singer Elvis Presley, who enjoyed a No. 5 hit with it on the Billboard Hot 100. The single (as a double A-side with "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame") also reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart. Lead guitar was played by Hank Garland, with backing vocals by the Jordanaires featuring the distinctive bass voice of Ray Walker. Presley performs the song as part of a medley with "Get Back" in the 1970 rockumentary film Elvis: That's the Way It Is." - Wikipedia
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