The stage at the Abbey Theatre was awash in glitter and southern hospitality Saturday night as local musicians came out to salute The King and support Fort Lewis College Community Radio. KDUR Program Director Bryant Liggett was on hand to welcome the best and most eccentric local performers to the stage. A theater full of loyal Elvis fans came to celebrate The King's birthday and take in a night of music and dancing. With a wide variety of cover songs and renditions being performed, no Elvis fan left the Abbey disappointed. Circulating rumors say the next KDUR Cover Night may be dedicated to the Man in Black. To make sure you hear Folsom Prison Blues live and on stage, or to make your own request for Cover Night, tell your favorite KDUR DJ or call the station at 247-7262.

Floyd Pepper, of Carute Roma, plays guitar and sings while Michael Rendon, background, provides back up. Chuck Brown, a professional Elvis impersonator, warms up the crowd during the first act Saturday night at the Abbey Theatre. Horn player Christopher Ross adds to the sound of the Lawn Chair Kings Saturday night. Dave Sime works his Stratocaster as the crowd starts to feel the presence of The King. The dance floor gets crowded as The Lawn Chair Kings keep things moving Saturday night. Steve Morris, of Hot Mops, Babyarm and Freewill Recovery takes the stage as Elvis night approaches the midnight hour. Mike Rusted harnesses the mojo of the late, great Elvis Presley during his rendition of "Hound Dog."