Generator of innumerable myths and dislocated hips, The King surely lives on. And thanks to his many progeny, the Elvis-A-Thon returns to Skully's for the 14th year this Saturday.

Generator of innumerable myths and dislocated hips, The King surely lives on. And thanks to his many progeny, the Elvis-A-Thon returns to Skully's for the 14th year this Saturday. Organized by Jeff Eaton, it's an evening of old-school debauchery for a worthwhile cause. The 15 bands will hold it down with an (un)holy mess of gospel-tinged, Vegas-style tackiness for the Open Shelter. On the schedule: Ray Fuller, Hellsfire Sinners, Sons of Gladys, The Randys, Lazyboy & the Recliners, Meldelvis, Third Degree Sideburn, The Tommyguns, The Wahoos, Ukelele Man, Jon Coleman Experience, Odd Job Millionaires, Bob Sauls Band, The Skilletlickers and Vegas 66 (pictured right).

-Nikki Davis