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Elvis Presley died on 16th August 1977. Radio Luxembourg was the first radio station to break the news in Europe via The Daily Mirror news desk in London. Mark Wesley read the news and was immediately followed by Tony Prince who unscripted and sometimes tearful designated the rest of his 3 hour programme to Elvis and his world wide fans until the station close down.