Graceland Too auctions estate, Elvis memorabilia

by NewsFeed on January 26, 2015

Graceland Too, the Elvis Presley-themed attraction in Holly Springs, Mississippi, is up for auction later this week..

Graceland Too To Be Auctioned Off

by NewsFeed on January 26, 2015

Graceland Too- the Elvis Presley shrine and roadside attraction located in Holly Springs, Mississippi- is headed for the auction block.
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ELVIS Presley and The Beatles defined the 50s and 60s, much as Mud and Bananarama did the 70s and 80s.But none of this would have been possible without the discovery of magnetic tape, completely revolutionising recording technology, leading to the emergence of the music studio as a compositional tool, the rise of the producer as a real creative force, and a new dynamic era of popular music. It ...
It was less “Remembering Elvis”, more “Praising Bill Kenwright”.

Elvis Presley

by NewsFeed on January 20, 2015

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — In 1953, Elvis Presley walked into Sun Records in Memphis and recorded the song "My Happiness." He was only 18. For $4, Presley was able to leave the studio with an acetate copy of the 78 RPM record, meant as a gift for his mother Gladys.
Andy Warhol's "Triple Elvis," a 1963 silkscreen of Elvis Presley, sold for $81.9 million at Christie's on Nov. 12, 2014. Warhol's "Four Marlons," depicting four identical images of a young Marlon Brando fetched $69.6 million.
Forget the guy from "Blue Hawaii" and the fat Vegas slob. The true Elvis was energetic and powerful -- a rock God
Just a few days ago, one superfan of Elvis Presley spent quite a bit of cash to get their hands on something no other collector can claim: The King’s first ever recording. The record ended up selling for $300,000 at an auction timed around what would have been Elvis’ 80th [...]
Two American icons meet as "Elvis & Nixon" goes into production and fills out its cast with five new names.