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The Rock-itt : August 2011
Elvis made his mark on the world, a mark that continues to resonate, just like a great song. walking through the home of the man known as “The King of Rock & Roll” seeing all the gold records and awards he achieved, his collection of cars, his plane named after his daughter Lisa Marie and in the grounds of his home, learning more about his incredible generosity and ultimately, his own grave site, along with those of his mother, father, grandmother and twin brother who died at birth. The photos on these pages were all taken at Graceland. They show a few images of a life and a house which has touched so m any and continues to do so. Long live ‘The King’. Recently, I had the good fortune to visit Elvis’ hom e town of Memphis and naturally I had to make a visit to his home, Graceland. Graceland is a m ecca for Elvis fans, it draws tens of thousands of people from all over the world every year. For m e it was a special experience, Graceland Memphis Tennesse Elvis’ gravesite Memphis Tennesse The lounge room at Graceland. Elvis loved the room to be always filled with family and friends Elvis would watch 3 TV programs at a time in the TV room The pink Cadillac Elvis bought for his mother Elvis achieved countless platinum record sales