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MUSICAL INFLUENCES
SPARE WILDMAN ROCKABILLY
IMPERSONATORS
ELVIS PRESLEY HIT SINGLES
HEARING ELVIS PRESLEY
TOM PARKER
YOUNG ELVIS PRESLEY
STAGE
LYRIC
YEARS
ROCKABILLY
CLEVELAND
BLUES
WAY
BOB MARLEY
MADONNA
MOVIES
POPULAR CULTURE
HOT 100
CHARTS
HOLLY
IDOL
TENOR
ALBUMS
SONGWRITER
FAME
GROUP
ROCK MUSIC
JUNE 26
SHOW
CAREER
MUSICAL CAREER
JOHN LENNON
TOUR
JACKSON
ROLLING STONES
PLAYING
YEAR
PHILLIPS
ARMY
COL
PERFORMER
SUCCESS
MUSICALS
FAN
OPRY
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Definitions

  1. Elvis Presley was the musical superstar of the period with rock, rockabilly, gospel, and romantic balladeering being his signatures.
  2. Elvis Presley is a recording by Alec Empire which incorporates Elvis Presley samples. (Web site)
  3. Elvis Presley is a GOD. There's a lot more to life than heavy metal, I just happen to like that the best.
  4. Elvis Presley is a pop culture pinata - everyone loves to take a whack at his good fortune.
  5. Elvis Presley is the self-titled debut album by Elvis Presley released on RCA Victor Records in mono, catalogue number LPM 1254, in March 1956.

Musical Influences

  1. Her early musical influences were Elvis Presley, Tammy Wynette, George Strait and Reba McIntyre, as well as the gospel choir of her church.

Spare Wildman Rockabilly

  1. A contemporary of Elvis Presley in the Memphis scene of the mid-'50s, Burnette played a similar brand of fiery, spare wildman rockabilly.

Impersonators

  1. The term Elvis taxon is used because although Elvis Presley is truly dead, he has many impersonators.
  2. The term Elvis taxon is used because of the large number of sightings of Elvis Presley long after his death, as well as for his many impersonators. (Web site)
  3. The term "Elvis taxon" is used because of the large number of sightings of Elvis Presley long after his death, as well as for his many impersonators.

Elvis Presley Hit Singles

  1. For a list of Presley's singles, see Elvis Presley hit singles.

Hearing Elvis Presley

  1. After hearing Elvis Presley 's song, "Mystery Train", he began writing rock 'n' roll material. (Web site)

Tom Parker

  1. Tom Parker, who later became Elvis Presley 's manager.

Young Elvis Presley

  1. The Bo Diddley Beat was driving audiences wild, and the excitement Bo generated onstage was noted by a young Elvis Presley. (Web site)
  2. The novel was adapted as the movie King Creole for a young Elvis Presley, but retained very little of the original plot.

Stage

  1. She was nicknamed The Female Elvis, for her impressive dance moves she did on stage, similar to that of Elvis Presley.

Lyric

  1. Blues musicians changed music introducing a style of rhythm, lyric and sounds that influenced Elvis Presley, Eric Clapton, and Eddie Van Halen.

Years

  1. In early years, Wanda worked with another young entertainer that was just getting started by the name of Elvis Presley.
  2. And after all these years it seems clear that Elvis Presley was not the beginning of something but the end. (Web site)

Rockabilly

  1. Poovey switched to Rockabilly after seeing Elvis Presley perform in person, and he remained with the Big D. Jamboree until it was taken off the air.

Cleveland

  1. October 20 The first footage of Elvis Presley is filmed as part of a film short about the Cleveland, Ohio, disc jockey Bill Randle.

Blues

  1. Juliet Prowse reached the height of her popularity in the 1960s, appearing alongside Elvis Presley in G.I. Blues.

Way

  1. Elvis Presley performs the song as part of a medley with " Little Sister " in the rockumentary film That's the Way It Is (1970).

Bob Marley

  1. These days his client list includes Nickelback, the Supremes, and Grandmaster Flash, as well as the estates of Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, and Count Basie. (Web site)

Madonna

  1. American pop stars such as Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, and Madonna have become global celebrities.

Movies

  1. Elvis Presley made a few movies that have been equated with the old musicals in terms of form.

Popular Culture

  1. According to the St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, "Jolson was to jazz, blues, and ragtime what Elvis Presley was to rock 'n' roll ".
  2. In terms of his influence on popular music and popular culture he is rivaled only by Elvis Presley and The Beatles. (Web site)

Hot 100

  1. Before the Beatles, the highest number of concurrent singles by one artist on the Hot 100 was nine (by Elvis Presley, 19 December 1956). (Web site)

Charts

  1. Nevertheless, I am bashing those you don't know enough about the charts when they start making comparisons to Elvis Presley.

Holly

  1. Besides Elvis Presley, Holly, Valens, and Richardson were known as three of the first rock and roll teen idols.

Idol

  1. Heavily influenced by his idol, Elvis Presley, and the 1950s rock revolution, he is also known as the most famous dancer of the Hula hoop fad. (Web site)

Tenor

  1. In The Great American Popular Singers (1974), Henry Pleasants wrote: "Elvis Presley has been described variously as a baritone and a tenor.
  2. Music critic Henry Pleasants writes: "Elvis Presley has been described variously as a baritone and a tenor.

Albums

  1. The majority featured the legendary back-up vocal group The Jordanaires, who also appeared on many of Elvis Presley 's albums. (Web site)

Songwriter

  1. His biggest success as a songwriter came in 1970, when Elvis Presley recorded his song " Kentucky Rain ".

Fame

  1. Davis initially rose to fame as a songwriter, having early success with the 1969 song for Elvis Presley called " In the Ghetto ".
  2. Elvis Presley is probably the biggest gospel artist but he is also in the rockn roll hall of fame and country music hall of fame. (Web site)

Group

  1. The group also sang backup for Elvis Presley in a series of Las Vegas concerts during the late 1960s, and for Cissy's niece Dionne Warwick.

Rock Music

  1. Holly turned to rock music after seeing Elvis Presley sing live in Lubbock in early 1955.

June 26

  1. Elvis Presley made his last live concert appearance in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Market Square Arena on June 26, 1977. (Web site)

Show

  1. It is said that he had seen Elvis Presley on a show in Dallas, Texas.
  2. She was called "the female Elvis" with the approval of Elvis Presley, her RCA label mate, and sang "My Boy Elvis" on NBC's "Today" show.
  3. Sullivan had to take a medical leave from the show, missing the September 8 appearance of Elvis Presley (something he earlier had stated never would happen).

Career

  1. He is best known for his backing of Elvis Presley in the first part of his career, between 1954 and the beginning of Elvis' Hollywood years.
  2. Among those who received career boosts from this exposure were Elvis Presley, the Everly Brothers, Bobby Helms, and Loretta Lynn. (Web site)

Musical Career

  1. Returning to America in 1956, Jenkins still had an open offer to join the Phillies, yet he decided to pursue a musical career after he heard Elvis Presley. (Web site)

John Lennon

  1. By all standards the late Bob Marley is comparable with other music mortals like Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke, John Lennon of Beatles fame and Jim Hendrix. (Web site)

Tour

  1. During Ferlin's peak period, a beginner named Elvis Presley opened shows on tour for him.
  2. Anne disappeared during a tour with Elvis Presley and did not return to the group.
  3. The tour featured many well-known musicians, including a young Elvis Presley, who had not yet become a national sensation. (Web site)

Jackson

  1. Jackson was working with Elvis Presley when his career first started to take off.
  2. After the allegations were settled in 1994, Jackson married Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis Presley.

Rolling Stones

  1. We have had our share of major rock influences, from Elvis Presley to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. (Web site)
  2. Brown's vocal style has had a great influence on musicians from Elvis Presley to Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, and hip-hop artists. (Web site)

Playing

  1. He frequently worked in Memphis for Chips Moman, and can be heard playing the piano on the Elvis Presley hit " Kentucky Rain ".
  2. Playing with everyone from Elvis Presley to Bob Dylan to Willie Nelson, his impact on more than five decades of American music is still being felt today.

Year

  1. By the end of the year, Colonel Tom Parker had become his manager; Parker would later become Elvis Presley 's manager. (Web site)
  2. Elvis Presley could top the charts again later this year with a new remix by Paul Oakenfold of a little known track called Rubberneckin'. (Web site)
  3. The gospel song was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1963, and within the next year, 126 artists had recorded his songs. (Web site)

Phillips

  1. When Elvis Presley walked in unexpectedly, Johnny Cash was called into the studio by Phillips, leading to an impromptu session featuring the four musicians.

Army

  1. March 5 - Elvis Presley returns home from serving in the US Army.
  2. After receiving his draft notice in 1958, he wrote a parody of Elvis Presley going into the army, "All American Boy".
  3. After graduation he entered the U.S. Army where he took basic training at Fort Hood, Texas with Elvis Presley.

Col

  1. Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters had worked with Elvis Presley on tour in the mid-1950s, and were booked by Col.
  2. Col. Parker may have been a marketing genius, but Elvis Presley needed record producer Sam Phillips to help shape his rock 'n' roll sound.
  3. Elvis Presley and his parents signed a contract with Col.

Performer

  1. Before signing with Capitol in 1956, Jackson noticed a new performer taking audiences by storm: Elvis Presley. (Web site)

Success

  1. Some suggest that Elvis Presley had the same success with rock and roll that Goodman achieved with jazz and swing.
  2. During the 1950s singer Pat Boone rivalled Elvis Presley for success on the charts, most famously with subdued covers of hit songs by black artists.
  3. When Sholes took over pop production in 1957 - a result of his success with Elvis Presley - he put Atkins in charge of RCA's Nashville division. (Web site)

Musicals

  1. She loved Elvis Presley as a child and sang in musicals, choral groups, and talent shows while in school.

Fan

  1. The contents of this Elvis Presley site is written by a fan for his fans about Girl Happy - Starring Elvis Presley.

Opry

  1. The group continued to be popular on the Opry and even opened for Elvis Presley in 1956-57. (Web site)
  2. She's sang at the Opry, dated Elvis Presley, inspired Elvis Costello, and been covered by the Cramps.

Categories

  1. Music > Singers > Country Singers > Johnny Cash
  2. Elvis
  3. Beatles
  4. Music > Composers > Songwriters > Hank Williams
  5. Entertainment > Celebrities > Entertainers > Frank Sinatra

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