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Welcome to the official blog of Elvis Presley’s Graceland! You can take Elvis-inspired quizzes, get first-looks on events here at Graceland and how-to guides on everything you need to know about Elvis and his home. Like Elvis, we come with a little southern charm

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Elvis Presley in the Lone Star State

When you think of Elvis Presley, you think of Tennessee and Mississippi - the state of his beloved home, and the state in which he was born.But another important state for the King of Rock 'n' Roll is Texas. Outside of his standing engagements at the Las Vegas Hilton, the highest number of Elvis' performances while touring occurred in the state of Texas. Elvis performed in Texas approximately 138 times from 1954-1977. Texas saw the young King of Rock 'n' Roll as he began his career, and welco... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Friday, April 27, 2018

Elvis Presley's Memphis Turns One

Here on the Graceland Blog, we celebrate a lot of big anniversaries – 60 years of Elvis’ debut album, 55 years of Elvis’ movies, like “Wild in the Country,” 50 years of the ’68 Special, 45 years of “Elvis on Tour,” 35 years of Graceland opening to the public and so on. It’s rare that we get to celebrate a one-year anniversary, but here we are.Graceland’s entertainment and exhibit complex, Elvis Presley’s Memphis, was opened a year ago this weekend. Hundreds of Elvis fans attended the ribbon c... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Friday, March 2, 2018

Elvis Presley's Piano Man: Floyd Cramer

You know an Elvis song as soon as you hear his voice. Many of Elvis’ diehard fans have learned his backup musicians’ distinctive style, too, and can easily pick out anyone who’s on drums, guitar, piano or bass.Here on the Graceland Blog, we’ve covered a lot of the musicians and producers who helped Elvis craft his musical magic, like The Jordanaires, Sam Phillips and the Blue Moon Boys, Scotty Moore and Bill Black. This week, we’re spotlighting Floyd Cramer, who played on numerous Elvis hits ... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Thursday, February 15, 2018

Cast Your Vote in Our Elvis for President Quiz

It’s Election Day in the United States! In celebration of the democratic process, we launched the Elvis for President campaign last year. We’ve given away Elvis for President kits and encouraged fans to get to know why Elvis would’ve made a great presidential candidate. Let’s see how much you’ve learned – here’s our Elvis for President quiz!   Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Elvis Presley's Graceland - Top 20 Moments

3764 Highway 51 South, Memphis, Tennessee. The house at that address – now better known as 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard – has become more than just a house. It’s the home of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley. Millions of fans have made the ultimate rock ‘n’ roll pilgrimage to his home to celebrate and honor him, to light candles in his name and to write messages to him on the wall. Musicians, world leaders and dignitaries have found inspi... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Thursday, May 12, 2016

Guest Blogger: Elvis Presley's Recordings

BY JOHN JACKSON Vice President of A&R and Content Development at Legacy Recordings As a follow-up to the liner notes in the new box set, "Elvis Presley: The Album Collection," I was asked to write a series of blog posts about Elvis’ recordings.  I wanted to highlight some specific songs from Elvis’ legendary career and relate how we see them now to how they were originally brought to the mass public’s attention. “That’s All Right” ... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Thursday, March 31, 2016

From Coast to Coast: Elvis Presley’s First National TV Appearance

Elvis’ 1956 was full of firsts: his first album, his first movie and his first national television appearance. Elvis made appearances on local and regional TV shows before his first national appearance on the Dorsey Brothers’ “Stage Show.” But for many fans across the United States, “Stage Show” gave them the first look at the young Elvis. “Stage Show” started in 1954 as a summer replacement for “The Jackie Gleason Show.” Gleason s... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Friday, January 29, 2016

How Elvis Presley Celebrated His Birthday

Happy birthday, Elvis! Elvis Aaron Presley was born January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, to Gladys and Vernon Presley. That's just the beginning of Elvis' legendary life, one full of music, movies and memorable birthdays. For all of the celebrating Elvis did at Christmas and New Year's Eve, though, Elvis usually celebrated his birthdays pretty quietly. But there were a few extra special birthdays - complete with special gifts and parties - that meant a lot to the... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Thursday, January 7, 2016

The Chairman and The King: Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley

When the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll returned from his stint in the Army, he was welcomed home by none other than the Chairman of the Board. Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley, two of the most beloved and respected artists in music, teamed up for a television special back in 1960, and the show resulted in a truly unique and special duet. In celebration of Sinatra’s 100th birthday on Saturday, December 12, let’s look at this historic “Welcome Home Elvis” spec... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Thursday, December 10, 2015

While Elvis Presley Served

In the 60-plus years of rock ‘n’ roll, no one has had a career quite like Elvis Presley’s. The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll topped the charts, sold out movie theaters and drew record-breaking audiences. As his career began to skyrocket, he put everything on hold to serve his country in the United States Army. Like the veterans we remember and honor today, Veterans Day, Elvis focused on serving his country during his Army days. He let his record label, RCA, an... Read More
Posted by Elvis Presley's Graceland at Wednesday, November 11, 2015