MORE than 200 Elvis fans were All Shook Up when they converged on Prestwick International Airport to pay homage to the King.

The Elvis Touch - the Glasgow branch of the Official Elvis Presley Fan Club - held their annual birthday tribute to the late king of rock 'n roll on January 13.

Every year the event is hosted at the airport which is a mecca for fans of the legendary singer as it was the only place in the UK he visited after his aircraft stopped to re-fuel on the way home from military service in Germany.

Elvis records were played at the event along with footage from many of his movies and concert appearances, which as ever proved popular.

The audience were also entertained with some great live music courtesy of MJ Lewis and the Late Nite Diners. Band front woman MJ is the niece of the great Jerry Lee Lewis.

Revellers were treated to an electrifying set of songs performed by Elvis in the band's own style, which included Johnny B Goode, Baby Let's Play House, Over the Rainbow, A Fool Such As I and a Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On.

The ever-popular Dirty Dancing competition was once again a big hit and there were joint winners this year: David Wade and Carol Pugh and Jack and Jess Williams. They won a Magnum of Champagne and complimentary drinks at the bar.

There was also a raffle with a whole host of prizes.

Irvine man Paul Downie, who organised the event along with wife Linda, said: "We had more people along than in the last couple of years, people enjoyed the music and the band were also very good. Thanks to everyone for coming along."