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Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, to Gladys Love Presley (née Smith) in the two-room shotgun house built by his man, Vernon Elvis Presley, in preparation for the birth.

Alright, so today’s the 28th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. What I have never figured out is: why is he considered the “king” of rock ‘n roll when there have been so many better rockers since then?

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NY Unique Entertainment offers the best celebrity lookalikes in New York, from Elvis & Michael Jackson, to new stars like Justin Bieber! Click to search!

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Garde-moi la dernière danse is the eighth album by European pop star Dalida.The title song of the album, a French cover of the American hit “Save the Last Dance for Me”, was released as a single.

Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapels has the top offering of themed Las Vegas Weddings.

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Elvis would have celebrated his 75th birthday next Friday, but for his death at 42, bloated to 20 stone and addicted to drugs. Now a BBC documentary looks into his final years as a Las Vegas star, when he turned the city from a Mafia-ridden vice-den into the world-famous temple of entertainment it

Not that I have anything against Etta James’ “At Last” or Michael Buble’s “Everything,” — they’re both perfect first dance songs — but I’ve heard them both WAY too many times at weddings. So, combining my database of musician friends (some of whom made the list) with the Offbeat Bride editorial

In the final part of Ray Connolly’s exclusive series on Elvis, why he died bloated and insane and what happened after his death

Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, to Gladys Love Presley (née Smith) in the two-room shotgun house built by his man, Vernon Elvis Presley, in preparation for the birth.

Not that I have anything against Etta James’ “At Last” or Michael Buble’s “Everything,” — they’re both perfect first dance songs — but I’ve heard them both WAY too many times at weddings. So, combining my database of musician friends (some of whom made the list) with the Offbeat Bride editorial