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    If you're keeping score at home, Elvis now has his 81st top-40 hit to go along with his 38 top-ten hits and 20 number ones. "Thank ya. Thank ya very much."

    Elvis Presley earns highest-charting Billboard Hot 100 hit since 1978 as Blue Christmas jingles in at #40

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news...ZPE?ocid=AMZNh
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    "Lissen, man, I don't care that I've been dead for 42 years. I jus' wanna keep on makin' money. To all my millions o' fans who will buy this box set, I jus' wanna say thank ya. Thank ya very much."

    Elvis Presley’s pivotal year of 1969 celebrated with massive 11-CD, 50th anniversary box set of his performances at the International Hotel in Las Vegas: Live 1969, available physically and digitally August 9th
    RCA will also release digital album American Sound 1969 featuring 90 rare and previously unreleased outtakes.

    https://www.legacyrecordings.com/201...lly-digitally/

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    Butler was born in 1991 in Anaheim. As a teenager he appeared in episodes of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Hannah Montana, iCarly and iZoey 101. He co-starred in The Iceman Cometh on Broadway, 2016-18. Now he'll portray Elvis Presley opposite Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker (who was born Andreas Cornelis van Kuijk in the Netherlands, was an illegal immigrant and was never a colonel).

    Austin Butler to star as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann's biopic

    https://www.aol.com/article/entertai...opic/23769998/

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    If you ever dreamed of owning the Ford Roadster hot rod Elvis drove in the 1957 film Loving You, it's going up for auction along with a limousine, a pickup truck and a Harley all owned by Elvis. Oh boy!

    Incredible Elvis Presley hot rod heading to auction for first time

    https://www.motoringresearch.com/car...r-for-auction/

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    Graceland, the Memphis estate owned by Elvis Presley from 1957 to 1977, is the second-most-visited house in the United States, after the White House. Upon Presley's death, the estate passed to his daughter Lisa Marie. The property was originally part of a 500-acre farm owned by several generations of the Toof family. The mansion was built in 1939 and named for Grace Toof, who had owned the property from 1894 until her death in 1928. Graceland opened to the public in June of 1982 – and any member of the public who wants to take the guided VIP Tour of Graceland, visit Presley's private lounge, see Presley's automobiles and custom jet planes and get a meal voucher for Vernon's Steakhouse will have to pay $180. Elvis just keps making money!

    Elvis Presley: Graceland celebrates 38th anniversary as a museum with thank-you video to fans

    https://www.express.co.uk/entertainm...iversary-video
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