Cult of Whatever continues its look-back on Elvis' life and career, 40 years after his death. Up next is 1969-1970 and his big return to superstardom.
Cult of Whatever continues its look back on the life and career of Elvis Presley, 40 years after his death. Up next is a peak inside the "comeback" year of 1968!
Cult of Whatever continues its look-back on the life and career of Elvis Presley, 40 years after his death. Part Six looks back on the doldrums of the mid-60's.
1963-1964 brought great change to popular music, but for the first time since he burst onto the scene, Elvis was not at the forefront. He was barely visible...
Elvis' career in the early 60's featured a tug of war between artist and handlers. The desire for new sounds fought against the desire to pump out new soundtracks.
Part three in our monthly series examines Elvis' halted career while with the US Army in Germany. Movies, music, tragedy and romance fill these two "forgotten" years...
Part two in our twelve-part retrospective of Elvis' life and career takes us to the peak of Presley, from Heartbreak Hotel to Jailhouse Rock and everything in between.
2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. Let's look back on his rags to riches life, and examine some of the songs that made him The King.
Elvis' final years were marked with drugs, depression and and poor concert performances. But on his final New Year's, Elvis put on his last great show...
Elvis in the 1970's is often dismissed as a punchline. Four filmed-specials, however, reveal the tragedy behind the turbulent final years of the King of Rock and Roll.