Most people out there today think Elvis Presley, the rock legend of the 50's, is dead.
Those people haven't met Calvin Bratcher.
For weeks, Cal has been drilling Elvis songs in drummer Leo Nerbak's basement, along with guitarist Jeremy Gardiner and basset Eden Forbes
And today, the day of the BHS talent show, was what all of this was in preparation for. It was time to dawn the jackets and grease the hair. It was showtime.
No music group is complete without a couple of boyband shots
The crowd was ecstatic. By the time the first song ended, everybody in the auditorium was on their feed demanding an encore. The Blue Moon Boys delivered, like they always do.
Of course, they won. We head off to Al's with our prize candy in hand to celebrate.
Naturally, we head to the nearest record store to pick up the newest Elvis vinyl.
As you can see, Elvis lives on. Maybe not literally, but at least in the soul of Burlington's own Blue Moon Boys.