Whether you heard it on a jukebox, on the radio or at the movies, Elvis’ music left an indelible mark on popular culture. Here are a few of our favorite performances.
The King has influenced music, movies and more in the 75 years since his birth
James shares the juicy truth of how he ‘made’ it in the music business with a little help from The Mob
The prices that Elvis’ fans are happy to pay for his albums, posters and memorabilia show he’s still alive and well in the collectors’ market.
Blues records made a nice showing in online auction results. But don’t worry, Elvis and Beatles fans — your guys are here, too.
Bluesman Furry Lewis should’ve been busting his buttons that two artists who hit it big in the 1950s thought enough of his early work to, um, “sample” it.
Rarities from The Beatles and Elvis Presley are expected to be among the most-sought lots in Backstage Auctions’ upcoming Vintage Pop and Rock Auction.
For the first time in a long time, The Beatles failed to crack Goldmine’s Market Watch. (Never fear, Elvis is here.)
It’s hard to say whether posters will become highly collectible, but history doesn’t seem to be on their side.
No surprise to find The Beatles, Elvis and The Sex Pistols topping the Market Watch heap. But a few entries may trigger déjà vu, so we’ve expanded the Top 10 to 12.