In 1977, on Presley's death, Durden recorded a tribute record, "Elvis", to the tune of "Love Me Tender".
At the same time, Axton wrote the sleeve notes to an Elvis tribute album, The King Is Gone, by Ronnie Mc Dowell.
Within weeks of its success, "Heartbreak Hotel" had been brilliantly satirised by Stan Freberg.
Another, less funny parody was "Heartbroke Motel" by Homer and Jethro.
The Wichita Mountains — home of a 59,200-acre federal wildlife refuge — rise more than 1,500 feet, attracting hikers and rock climbers.
The mountains are populated with elk, bison, deer, and longhorn.
In 1992, she started a record label, DPJ, and released albums by Hoyt Axton and Mel Mc Daniel.