When Elvis Costello this week canceled two upcoming shows in Israel, Twitter lit up with praise and condemnation.
If they were for so many different people, why were they all dispensed only to Elvis?
Elvis has fallen off the Top 1,000 for the first time since 1954, though Presley is holding steady at No. 274.
Dr. J.T. Francisco was the man who had staunchly maintained to the world that Elvis Presley died of heart failure.
After Elvis was pronounced dead, Dr. Nick signed the death certificate.
Peter Guralnick has written biographies of Elvis and Sam Cooke.
“We urged Elvis Costello to respect the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment, and sanctions on Israel,” she said.
Man, is he mixed up in a whole lot of different stuff, from karate to Elvis impersonating to fiction writing.
William Morris has been a Hollywood behemoth for many years—an agency whose talent roster ranged from Elvis to Ryan Seacrest.
Elvis was drafted in March 1958, assigned to a tank division—the one formerly headed by Patton—and sent to Germany.