When Elvis first showed up at the Sun Records studio, Scotty Moore and bass player Bill Black were asked to work with him. With Elvis and Bill both dead, Scotty is the only one left to tell the story of how the trio changed popular music.
James L Dickerson is the author of 18 non-fiction books and over 2,000 magazine and newspaper articles. He has written about music, politics and culture for the last twenty five years. He lives in Mississippi USA. Scotty Moore's work with Elvis began in 1954 and lasted until 1968. Over the years he's worked with a who's who of talent including Carl Perkins, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards and Paul McCartney. In 2000 he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. He is from Tennessee.