Sorry, we will no longer be offering any items for sale

These are items that were formerly offered

Note!! Scotty's book, That's Alright Elvis is out of print and no longer available autographed but the Kindle Edition is now available!

  The Mighty Handful - Volume 2
#BMCD-2008-01 (click for details and to sample tracks)


  The Mighty Handful - Volume 1
#BMCD-2007-01 (click for details and to sample tracks)


mfgm1.jpg (43371 bytes) Scotty Moore & Friends - Then & Now - Scotty Moore with special guests 
 #SFTN (click for details and to sample tracks)

mfgm1.jpg (43371 bytes) Moore Feel Good Music - Scotty Moore with special guests 
 #MFGM (click for details and to sample tracks)

ATKM1.jpg (90137 bytes) All The King's Men  - Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana with special guests
#ATKM (click for details and to sample tracks)

706R1.jpg (43592 bytes) 706 ReUnion - Carl Perkins and Scotty Moore -  A Sentimental Journey
#706RU (click for details and to sample tracks)

gtctw.jpg (35188 bytes) The Guitar That Changed The World! - Scotty Moore
(click for details and to order from

Scott Mo's Diner - Blueberry Hill
(click for details,  NEW!!)


WesternUnion.jpg (13586 bytes) Western Union by Liam Grundy and Pete Pritchard, featuring Scotty Moore
(click for details)


alvintennessee.jpg (59776 bytes) Alvin Lee in Tennessee featuring Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana
(click for details)


econnecton.jpg (26067 bytes) The E Connection by Ronnie McDowell featuring Scotty Moore, D.J. Fontana, Millie Kirkham and The Jordanaires


Paul Ansell's No9 Live At Sun featuring Scotty Moore

Printed Signature Guitar Pick 


Elvis Presley: The Ed Sullivan Shows  - available elsewhere
Available for the first time ever, the 3 complete Ed Sullivan show performances featuring Elvis Presley.
(click for details)
Scotty approved Rockin' Clothing Line available elsewhere
100358[2].jpg (68623 bytes) click here for details and to purchase.





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