Looking to raise cash for his label, a newly sober Richie flies to LA with Zak, hoping to sell the company jet to Lou Meshejian, a rival record exec. After attending a beachfront party teeming with many of Lou's music clients, Richie and Zak head to Las Vegas in hopes of somehow convincing Elvis Presley and his manager, Colonel Parker, that the King should ditch his label and sign with American Century. The detour includes a steamy encounter in which Zak's fantasies come true, at a price.
Did You Know?
In "The King and I" my brother noted that Richie tries to talk Elvis into playing with the "old gang " again. He mentions bassist Bill Black, the problem with that is Bill Black died in 1965 from a brain tumor. See more
References The King and I
18 Yellow Roses
Written and Performed by Bobby Darin See more