Elvis might not be with us anymore but his music is still bringing pleasure to generations of rock 'n rollers.

Presley tribute artist Gary Roman brought back fond youthful memories to regulars at Age Concern Windsor's headquarters at the Spencer Denney Centre in Park Corner.

Some of them are in their eighties, which is the age Elvis himself would have been if he was still alive.

Gary's rendition of old favourites such as Suspicious Minds and Wooden Heart got the ladies and gents singing along, while Hound Dog and Blue Suede Shoes had them up and dancing - suggesting there had been some serious jiving going on 60 years ago when they were young and Elvis was scandalising their parents.

One volunteer at the centre said: "It’s amazing how when they dance they have rock solid balance, as they can struggle just walking around.”

Gary took time to serenade a few of the less mobile clients who could not stop smiling, as well as dancing with the more energetic.

The afternoon passed quickly as the old tunes kept on coming.

Age Concern Windsor regularly invite entertainers to the Spencer Denney centre to help keep the memories alive and give those less able to get out the same pleasure as going out used to give them.

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