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Elvis memories live in tributes

Fans don glitter, gather at festival

Elvis tribute artist Paul Hunt of Schenectady sings "Help Me" at the Painted Pony Fairgrounds Sunday morning.
Photographer: Barry Sloan
Elvis tribute artist Paul Hunt of Schenectady sings "Help Me" at the Painted Pony Fairgrounds Sunday morning.
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Elvis may be dead, but The King’s memory was alive as more than 60 Elvis tribute artists performed over the weekend during the LakeGeorge.com Elvis Festival. His memory was alive Sunday in everyone from grandmothers to 11-year-old boys, men and women from all walks of life and places throughout the country and Canada. It was alive in 11-year-old Brenen Katolinsky, of Ontario, Canada, who shook his hips and curled his lip as he performed on ...

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