ROCK and roll fan Richard Crosland has made sure everything's "all shook up" for Christmas - he's changed the name of his street in honour of The King.
At the same time as decking out his Birkby house with thousands of festive lights, he's replaced the nameplate of his street with the alternative title of Elvis Presley Boulevard.
The Osborne Road sign high up on the wall of his house at the end of his cul-de-sac is now obscured by his lights, while the new sign is illuminated over his front door.
"I thought I would do something really special in time for Christmas," said Richard, a bus depot engineer with local bus operator First.
"My neighbours don't mind the street name changing from Osborne Road for a few days - if they get used to it, you never know I might try to get it changed forever."
Richard is not just an Elvis fanatic - he's also mad-keen on the entire '50s era, dressing up whenever he can as a Teddy Boy in drape jacket and crepe soles.
"I love the music," he said. "It makes people happy and it will never die. The songs have stood the test of time and get a good reaction wherever they are heard.
"My wife and I first got interested when we went to local dances and they played rock music."
In his day job Richard has even dressed up in the Teddy Boy gear to give a presentation while on a company team-building course.
"It seemed to go down well," said Richard, who has been with First bus and its predecessor companies for 40 years.
"I am a member of the Teds of Yorkshire Society and I have a collection of around 900 Elvis tapes and DVDs."
The part-time Teddy Boy also attends rock and roll conventions.
Richard, whose wife Christine also works for First Bus as an interior bus cleaner and also an Elvis fan, does a lot of fundraising for the Leeds General Hospital Take Heart Appeal.