Elvis Presley's last girlfriend is set to publish her memoir next summer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ginger Alden's book will be titled Elvis and Ginger: Elvis Presley's Fiancee and Last Love Finally Tells Her Story.
Alden promises to "set the record straight" about their relationship, especially in light of tabloid-driven stories about The King's final months of declining health.
She will also touch on his fascination with Eastern religions and "his perceptions of fame." The book is set to go on sale from Penguin on August 5th, just days before the annual Elvis Week in Memphis.
Boston's new album, Life, Love & Hope, will debut at #37 on the Billboard album chart after selling 37,000 copies its first week out.
The band has also got a Christmas song for fans now out on iTunes. They've released "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen." Leader Tom Scholz said, "This was my chance to Boston-ize one of my favorite Christmas carols. I had so much fun with this one, I think I'll have to try a few more."
By the way bassist Kimberly Dahme is handling lead vocals on Boston's version of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen."
Gloria Gaynor says her signature song "I Will Survive" is "definitely a platform, definitely a pulpit." Building on the song's message of empowerment and triumph enduring the tough times, Gaynor has published the book We Will Survive.
The book begins with her own story of overcoming physical pain at a low point in her career just before finding and fighting to record the song. She also shares stories of people from all walks of life, who have gone through the worst of life, and have used "I Will Survive" to thrive again after heartbreak.
Gloria's new book is in stores now and she's making the TV talk show circuit to talk it up.