ELVIS: The Exhibition – The Las Vegas Years

From 1969 to 1976 Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8th, 1935 – August 16th, 1977) performed 837 consecutive sold out shows in Las Vegas, Nevada, selling $43.7 million in show tickets for 2.5 million guests at what was the International Hotel and then from 1971 the Hilton Hotel which had the biggest showroom in Vegas (he would perform…

ELVIS: The Exhibition – The Comeback Years and Graceland

Following years of making Hollywood movies and their associated soundtracks in the 1960’s, Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8th, 1935 – August 16th, 1977) had not performed a live concert since 1961. So after a 7 year break he made his mighty return to the stage during his 1968 comeback special: Elvis (a must see!) which…

ELVIS: The Exhibition – The Early Years from Tupelo to Hollywood

Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8th, 1935 – August 16th, 1977) was born into humble beginnings in Tupelo, Mississippi but soon made a rapid rise to the top of the music charts and went on to star in 31 feature films plus 2 concert documentaries. He was known as the “King of Rock and Roll” and in his later…