|An image from the 1973 Nashville
concert, that appeared in a local
newspaper, The Nashville Banner,
after Elvis died in 1977
|A picture, I took of the gates
of Graceland on Elvis Presley Blvd
in Memphis Tennessee (by Pat Adams)
|A ticket to tour the home that Elvis lived & died
in Memphis. This is a very interesting tour if
you are an Elvis fan at all
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|July 1, 1973 : Nashville Tennessee
|Pictures from both shows
|Elvis Hit Songs: That's All Right, Don't Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Don't Be Cruel, Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Jailhouse Rock,
All Shook Up, It's Now Or Never, Little Sister, Return To Sender, Devil In Disguise, In The Ghetto, Blue Christmas, Are You, Lonesome Tonight,
Blue Hawaii, Crying In, , The Chapel, Don't Cry Daddy, The Wonder Of You, Kentucky Rain, My Way, A Little Less Conversation
Born Jan 8, 1935 in East Tupelo Mississippi.
He Died August 16, 1977 in Memphis Tennessee
The King: Elvis Presley, known as the King of Rock "N" Roll
Graceland: Elvis lived & died at the Graceland Mansion in Memphis TN.
|Elvis Presley related Videos
|The Year Elvis Presley Died | Documentary on Elvis in 1977:
his final concert tours, death & funeral
In 1977 rock icon Elvis Presley died at the age of 42. This documentary by The Elvis
Guide represents the timespan between his New Years Eve concert in Pittsburgh and
the funeral on August 18, 1977. A radio reporter in his emotional report: "Pandemonium
breaks out here on Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis, Tennessee!"
|Elvis Presley - Lives On (Full Documentary)
Recognized by multiple generations, as well as a cross-section of society,
Elvis Presley holds a permanent place in American and World music history.