Tag Archive | Elvis historian

Elvis Presley – some little known facts


   Much of Elvis’ life, and the stories written about him, is flooded with the basics such as; he grew up poor, his family was on assistance, he walked into Sun Records under the guise of making a record for his mother, he made “That’s All Right (Little) Mama” which catapulted his voice/name into the […]

Cool Elvis Presley photos March 2016 editon


Jeff Schrembs, who is an Elvis Presley expert – collector and historian, writes an original article about Elvis Presley including photographs.

My way – Elvis Presley’s timeless take on this legendary song


Courtesy of YouTube

Remembering those who; are connected to Elvis Presley and have (sadly) passed away


The holidays are upon us but those who have passed, along with their families, you will always remain in our; hearts, minds, thoughts, and soul. Pertaining to Elvis Presley, and those in which he loved – befriended – worked with, we acknowledge you with: CONDOLENCES, RESPECT, APPRECIATION, LOVE, and PRAYERS ALWAYS TO: Our heartfelt thanks, prayers, […]

Elvis Presley and his commitment to charities


It is important to know that during Elvis’ lifetime, between his Fathers beliefs seeing firsthand the abuses of the IRS and that of Colonel Parker who was an illegal alien always fearful that his illegal status would/could be caught and thereby ruin his managing career as well as face criminal prosecution, that Elvis Presley (1) […]

Remembering Elvis Presley and those who he loved/befriended


Elvis Presley left behind (3) three decades of extraordinary works in; live appearances, concerts, movies, TV appearances, person, the music industry and in those whose lives he touched. To those who have passed away (in no specific order): Elvis Presley Gladys Love Presley Vernon Elvis Presley Minnie Mae Presley (aka Dodger) Aunt Delta Mryna Smith […]

Elvis Presley’s US Army induction video via YouTube


* published with permission of Jeff Schrembs