I can answer practically anything regarding Elvis' life, music, concerts, and films. Sorry - I cannot answer questions about worth of collectibles (including music).
I have read extensively about Elvis' life for over 20 years and own dozens of books regarding his life, concert tours, and recording career. I also finished 2nd in an Elvis trivia contest (by one point) held across the street from Graceland in 2002. I have personally spoken with Scotty Moore, Millie Kirkham, his Commanding Officer from the Army, and one of his cooks.
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Bachelors' Degree in Philosophy of Communication, Northwestern University - 2008 Associate of Arts Degree, Wilbur Wright College - 2004
Samuel Weingarten Award for Excellence in English - Wilbur Wright College, 2004
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Hello Joanne, I can tell you with all certainty that Elvis' Johnson City, TN show in 1977 occurred on February 19, not February 2. Elvis' first show that month wasn't until the 12th. Please exercise
Sean, Elvis was understandably very distraught when he learned of Buddy Holly's death while stationed in Germany. Elvis wrote a letter to the Holly family expressing his condolences and apologizing for
Hello Jim - To the best of my knowledge, Elvis did not use any kind of bus until the early to mid '60s. While touring the South in the mid '50s, Elvis and the Blue Moon Boys would go from gig to gig
Hi Stephane, It is largely estimated that Elvis did close to 1,100 shows between July 31, 1969 and June 26, 1977 (have not run across an exact number, though 1,081 sticks in my head for some reason)
Maybelle - Tough to find a lot of info on Domino (most of everything out there pertains to Rising Sun) but here's what I know: Domino was a black Tennessee walking horse that Elvis bought Priscilla
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