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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Only 10 minutes from downtown and 3 minutes from the Memphis Airport.
3600 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Free walk-ups to the Meditation Garden are daily from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
We are excited to announce that even more special guests are joining us for Elvis Week!
Elvis Week is August 11-19 in Memphis at Graceland, and the festivities include Conversations on Elvis panels, The Official Graceland Insiders Conference, the Elvis Week Dance Party, the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and much more.
Check out our four special guests who will join us for some of these insightful panels, and be sure to get your tickets now - we expect many events to sell out, so it's best to buy your tickets in advance.
Conversations: Elvis in the Movies
A child model, Laurel Goodwin made her film debut as Elvis’ co-star and leading lady in "Girls! Girls! Girls!" released in 1962. Playing the role of Laurel Dodge, a young lady who hides the fact that she’s wealthy in order to be accepted for who she really is, Laurel received very positive reviews from critics and fans. Her film and TV work also included “Papa’s Delicate Condition” starring Jackie Gleason and guest appearances legendary TV series including "Mannix," "The Beverly Hillbillies," "Get Smart" and "The Virginian." Beyond her role in "Girls! Girls! Girls!," she is best known for her role in the original Star Trek TV series pilot, "The Cage." Laurel and her late husband Walter Wood also co-produced the Burt Reynolds movie, "Stroker Ace."
Official Graceland Insiders Conference
Wanda Lavonne Jackson is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and guitarist who had success in the mid-1950s and 1960s as one of the first popular female rockabilly singers and a pioneering rock-and-roll artist. She is known to many as the “Queen of Rockabilly” or the “First Lady of Rockabilly." Jackson mixed country music with fast-moving rockabilly, often recording them on opposite sides of a record. As rockabilly declined in popularity in the mid-1960s, she moved to a successful career in mainstream country music with a string of hits between 1966 and 1973, including “Tears Will Be the Chaser for Your Wine," “A Woman Lives for Love” and “Fancy Satin Pillows." She had a resurgence in popularity in the 1980s among rockabilly revivalists in Europe and younger Americana fans. In 2009 she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as an Early Influence.
Dixie Locke Emmons knew Elvis Presley before he was the King of Rock 'n' Roll. Dixie met Elvis in Memphis at church, and the pair dated as Elvis' career took off.
Randy Starr is a singer-songwriter who wrote twelve songs for Elvis Presley movies. In 1957 Randy's record of "After School" became a top 40 hit. In 1959, as a member of The Islanders, his instrumental song "The Enchanted Sea," reached the top 10 on Billboard's Honor Roll of Hits. His TV credits include five appearances on Dick Clark's American Bandstand. Randy's Elvis movie songs are: "Kissin' Cousins," title song of the film "Kissin' Cousins," which was a million-seller gold single record release; "The Yellow Rose of Texas" in the film "Viva Las Vegas;" "Carny Town" in the film Roustabout; "Look Out, Broadway" in the film "Frankie and Johnny;" "Datin'" in the film "Paradise, Hawaiian Style;" "Adam and Evil" in the film "Spinout;" "Could I Fall in Love" and "Old MacDonald" in the film "Double Trouble;" "Who Needs Money" and The Girl I Never Loved" in the film "Clambake;" "Almost in Love" in the film "Live a Little, Love a Little," which was a single record release; and "I've Got News for You" in the film "Girl Happy."
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