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The adage of “never judge a man what he does in public but what he does in private” is wisdom personified. During Elvis’ concert years (i.e. 1969 to 1977) one of the things Elvis did in private was to sing gospel songs. In his hotel suite, many times after performing onstage having given 2 live […]
Jeff Schrembs, who is an Elvis Presley expert – collector and historian, writes an original article about Elvis Presley including photographs.
There are literally thousands upon thousands of Elvis Presley websites, blogs, fan clubs, etc. Due to our stringent criteria we only recommend sites/blogs/etc. that we believe are worthwhile. However, some times we come across interesting Elvis Presley related websites such as http://www.Elvisonrecords.com courtesy of Jochen Jakopitsch. We know firsthand how much hard work, effort, […]
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) […]
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 […]
Wow. I remember when YouTube first came out and “myspace” ruled the internet. Sorry for sharing this flashback but that happens with age. Anyway YouTube has become increasingly successful and constantly adding new content. The ONLY thing I will publicly criticize YouTube about is that it allows far too much Elvis Presley content without cross […]
If you are interested in learning about Graceland I encourage you to seek out the wonderful books authored by Alanna Nash (available on Amazon.com). Additionally these books are not only a must have, for all Elvis fans, but factually based and underscores the ups and downs while being balanced. It is a rare combination indeed. […]