Richard Zoglin | Author of “Elvis in Vegas.”

In this Aug. 10, 2017, photo, Elvis impersonator Jun Espinosa, Elvis of the Philippines, performs on stage in Manila, Philippines, for the for the "Elvis Tribute Night: Young Once v.s. Young Ones" event. Elvis Presley, crowned as the "King of Rock and Roll," will be celebrating his 40th death anniversary this year. To pay tribute to the legend, the Elvis Presley Friendship Club, Philippines International has organized a special event that brings together both veteran and up-and-coming Elvis Tribute Artists. (AP Photo/Cecilia Forbes)

Joining Matt Bubala this morning is the author of “Elvis in Vegas- ” Richard Zoglin.  Richard is an American journalist and author. He has covered entertainment for Time for over 20 years, and is now a senior editor there. His books goes in depth of how he reinvented the Las Vegas show. Elvis show was the culmination of Vegas’s 1960s golden age, when Sinatra and the Rat Pack helped to make Las Vegas the hottest live-entertainment center in America.

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