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  • Elvis Presley - Zippo Lighter - Street Chrome
    Item #: EPAM3790
    • Street Chrome Zippo lighter featuring an image of Elvis on the front.
    • Dimensions: 1.5" L x 0.5" W x 2.25" H
    • Made in U.S.A.
    • $29.99
  • Elvis Colorized Guitar Zippo
    Item #: EPAM3607
    • Chrome Zippo lighter featuring a colorized image of Elvis on the front.
    • Dimensions: 1.5" L x 0.5" W x 2.25" H
    • Made in U.S.A.
    • $29.99
  • Elvis Graceland Repeat T-shirt
    Item #: EPCT772
    This soft, dark gray Gaceland t-shirt features red, blue, and gray text on the front of the shirt. 65% Polyester, 35% Ring-spun Cotton. Preshrunk.
    • $24.99
  • Elvis Color Changing Mug
    Item #: EPAM3722
    Add a hot beverage and watch Elvis go from Vegas to Memphis!

    Mug is microwave safe.
    FDA Approved.
    Not dishwasher safe.
    Imported.
    • $14.99
  • Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train Paperback Book
    Item #: EPAM3735
    When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillips's Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Phillips invited a local guitarist named Scotty Moore to stand in. Scotty listened carefully to the young singer and immediately realized that Elvis had something special. Along with bass player Bill Black, the trio recorded an old blues number called "That's All Right, Mama." It turned out to be Elvis's first single and the defining record of his early style, with a trilling guitar hook that swirled country and blues together and minted a sound with unforgettable appeal. Its success launched a whirlwind of touring, radio appearances, and Elvis's first break into movies. Scotty was there every step of the way as both guitarist and manager, until Elvis's new manager, Colonel Tom Parker, pushed him out. Scotty and Elvis would not perform together again until the classic 1968 "comeback" television special. Scotty never saw Elvis after that.

    304 pages (approx.), 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches, 50 b&w photographs, discography, appendices, index.
    • $25.00
  • Elvis 40th Anniversary Aloha from Hawaii DVD & T-Shirt Combo
    Item #: EP133COMBO
    Please note: This item is available on backorder and will ship on or around February 5, 2014.

    Elvis Presley made television and entertainment history with his “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii” concert television special. The performance took place at the Honolulu International Center, now known as the Neal Blaisdell Arena, on January 14, 1973. It was beamed live via Globecam Satellite to various countries, on a delayed basis to approximately 30 European countries and first aired in the U.S. on April 4 on NBC. The viewing audience was estimated at over one billion worldwide.

    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” fans from around the world gathered in Honolulu in January 2013 for five days of celebrations. The highlight of the week was a screening of a special re-edited version of “Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii,” that was shown at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, exactly 40 years to the day Elvis performed there.

    The re-edited version, which includes rarely-seen footage and audio, received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. This special 40th anniversary edition offers a new look at Elvis during one of his most outstanding concert performances of his career.

    ELVIS ALOHA FROM HAWAII
    • Re-edit of Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii as seen at the Blaisdell Arena on January 14, 2013

    BONUS FEATURES
    • Event footage from the 40th Anniversary Celebration in Honolulu in January 2013
    • A Look inside the New Elvis Hawaii Exhibit” at Graceland
    • Clips from Elvis’ Aloha from Hawaii Press Conferences
    • Replica Booklet of Program from January 14, 2013 Screening Event

    This is a Region-Free DVD.
    • $34.99
  • Elvis Hound Dog Book (The Leiber & Stoller Autobiography)
    Item #: EPAM3728
    In 1950, a couple of rhythm-and-blues–loving teenagers named Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller met for the first time. They discovered their mutual affection for R&B, and, as Jerry and Mike put it in this fascinating autobiography, began an argument that has been going on for over fifty years with no resolution in sight. Leiber and Stoller were still in their teens when they started working with some of the pioneers of rock and roll, writing such hits as "Hound Dog," which eventually became a #1 record for Elvis Presley. Jerry and Mike became the King’s favorite songwriters, giving him "Jailhouse Rock" and other #1 songs. Their string of hits with the Coasters, including "Yakety Yak," "Poison Ivy," and "Charlie Brown," are a part of rock 'n' roll history. They founded their own music label and introduced novel instrumentation into their hits for the Drifters and Ben E. King, including "On Broadway" and "Stand by Me." They worked with everyone from Phil Spector to Burt Bacharach and Peggy Lee. Their smash musical Smokey Joe’s Café became the longest-running musical revue in Broadway history. Lively, colorful, and irreverent, Hound Dog describes how two youngsters with an insatiable love of good old American R&B created the soundtrack for a generation.
    • $16.00
  • Elvis The Rebel and the King Book
    Item #: EPAM3719
    The Rebel & The King is a celebratory, first-person account written by Academy Award-nominated actor, Nick Adams. The book delves into his close friendship with Elvis Presley during their whirlwind eight days in Memphis when Presley returned to Tupelo for his Homecoming Concert in 1956. The book was posthumously published by Nick Adams' daughter, Allyson Adams, after she discovered the unedited manuscript in a box of her father's memorabilia. The book includes facsimile of original text, edited version, 15 photos (some never before seen), and a foreword by Allyson Adams. Elvis Presley had just exploded on the American scene and was filming his first movie, Love Me Tender, when he introduced himself to Nick Adams on the backlot of 20th Century Fox. Nick was a struggling actor, part of the Rebel Without A Cause gang and showed Elvis the town, introducing him to Natalie Wood. Nick was infamous for writing about his famous friends, including James Dean, and he and Elvis became fast friends. "I would rather live one day as a lion, than a thousand years as a lamb. And that was the first thing that came to my mind when I sat down to write this story about Elvis.” Nick Adams, 1956.
    • $24.99
  • Elvis Hawaii Button-Down Shirt
    Item #: EPCM395
    65% cotton, 35% rayon. (MD – 3XL). Imported.
    • $70.00
  • Elvis On Tour Shout Unisex T-Shirt
    Item #: EPCT655
    100% cotton. (SM – 2XL). Imported.
    • $24.99
  • Elvis TCB Pinstripe Button Down Shirt
    Item #: EPCM391
    100% cotton. (SM – 3XL). USA.
    • $70.00
  • Elvis TCB 16 oz. Pint Glass
    Item #: EPAM3171
    Deep-etched in exquisite detail, this collection of USA-made glassware features Elvis' famous TCB logo.
    • $19.99
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