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An Elvis Sighting In Cambridge, 1987

I was a limo driver in the 80’s and easily my favorite assignment was Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe, who played a show at Harvard’s Bright-Landry Hockey Center. I had driven Elvis earlier that year for his “Spin the Wheel” tour, 3 nights at the Orpheum of a 5 day stay. I spent every show backstage with his then-wife Cait O’Riordan and others. When he came back to town with Nick, the dispatcher made sure to give the job to me, as much because I’m a huge fan as for client continuity. They were each to play an acoustic set, Nick opening. Nick had his then-girlfriend Margot Kidder and her very pregnant sister with him. I lost count of how many trips I took between the Four Seasons and the rink, as Elvis and Nick went first, then Nick would apologetically ask me if I could go back and get…

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