By request the Always Elvis Fan Club will have available six new personalized fan club certificates for 2018. Always Elvis certificates are presently available in both print & electronic form (e-certificates) that members can then print as they suitable for framing! Always Elvis certificates are designed with high resolution photos and are available in six versions: Elvis Aloha, Elvis Now (Concert), Elvis That's The Way It Is, Elvis Comeback, Elvis Charro and Elvis Army.
Tour like the king! Elvis Presley’s Graceland now offers expertly-guided, luxury motorcoach tours of major music landmarks and museums as the ideal complement to the Graceland tour experience in Memphis, Tennessee.
Each year during the holiday season, Graceland sells poinsettias as a fund raising campaign to raise money to support the Elvis Presley Charitable Foundation. The foundation offers support to various charitable organizations, especially those focusing on art, education and children programs.
As part of its CLASSIC ALBUM series, FTD will release the original soundtrack album for “KISSIN’ COUSINS.” It features unreleased outtakes, rarities and an informative illustrated 16-page booklet with rare memorabilia, movie trivia and photos.
The Always Elvis Fan Club has released its Top 10 Concert Songs based on feedback provided by club members. This special concert list of songs were ones Elvis performed on stage but never recorded in a studio environment. Similar to our previous Top 40 Singles list we bring your these concerts songs with information about the songwriters, audio and video from the original performers and of course Elvis' versions.
The King’s piano is headed back home. Elvis Presley’s Graceland announced that it reacquired the original baby grand Knabe piano that was part of the singer’s home in the 1950s and 1960s, and will place it on display in December. Graceland officials are calling the instrument’s return the most “significant piece of original furnishings to come home … since the Mansion opened for tours in 1982.”
The managing partner of Graceland Holdings LLC says the plan for a new $40 million to $50 million Whitehaven arena with 5,000 to 6,000 seats isn’t to compete with any venue in Memphis and Shelby County.