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Elvis and Buddy Holly

Tuesday, February 3 will be the 50th anniversary of the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. Continue reading

Elvis And His Buddy, Tom Jones

I would have thought Elvis and Tom Jones were performing artist rivals, but I keep coming across things that say they were buddies. The most recent came from Uncut magazine, and it is so funny. I’ll share it with you, but first, let’s look at Elvis’ history with Tom Jones. Continue reading

Concerts at the Graceland Guest House Theater – Part 2

Last week we took a look at the first big concert in the new Graceland Guest House Theater. Actually, big does not adequately describe the Joe Walsh “All Shook Up at Graceland” event. It’s a package deal including two nights … Continue reading

Remembering Marty Lacker

On Tuesday, this appeared on Graceland.com/news: “The staff of Elvis Presley’s Graceland wishes to send its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Marty Lacker, who passed away yesterday. “A member of Elvis’ inner circle, known in the fan … Continue reading

A Tribute to Scotty Moore – Part 2

This is the way most people think of Scotty Moore – playing guitar on stage while Elvis performs. Scotty will forever be linked with Elvis, and that’s fine, because his guitar skills played a huge part in Elvis’ music starting … Continue reading

ELVIS meets NIXON

We are about to see a flurry of promos and media buzz for a new movie about Elvis’ famous December 21, 1970 meeting with President Richard Nixon. It is titled Elvis & Nixon and will premiere on April 22.   … Continue reading

Big E Promotion Violates Space/Time Continuum

This picture makes no sense. It contains Elvis circa 1957 reading a book that takes place in late 1977. I don’t care. I think it looks cool. Plus, it pushes the message about my long range goal for BIG E … Continue reading

So, How Much is an Elvis Autograph Worth? – Pt. 5

It’s been a year-and-a-half since we last looked at Elvis autographs. For some reason, not too many came on the market during that time, at least not at the five auctions I’ve followed – three Heritage rock memorabilia auctions and … Continue reading

Happy 10th Birthday ElvisBlog

I don’t know exactly when blogs got started, but I read an article in late 2004 about how popular they had become.  So, I thought I’d like to check out whatever Elvis blogs there were out there.  Guess what? There … Continue reading

The Second Auction at Graceland — Part 2

Last week, I promised we would look at the items that failed to receive the minimum bid established by the auction — overly optimistic minimums in most cases: Gold Nugget and Diamond Ring: Dozens of Elvis’ rings have been covered … Continue reading