This Elvis Newspaper - Historic NYTimes Coverage provides all the news that was fit to print about the King! Read and reminisce with 84-pages of full-size newspaper headlines and articles from the New York Times, including a special color section.
Elvis was one of the originators of rockabilly and became the leading figure of rock and roll. His energetic songs, in combination with his unconstrained performances, made him immensely popular and very controversial. The Elvis Newspaper - Historic NYTimes Coverage shows how his work was appreciated among many and how it ultimately lead to winning the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award at age 36.
Elvis was born on January 8, 1935 and began his career in 1954. In 1958, he was conscripted into military service and returned to his career in 1960. In the 1960s he devoted much time to making Hollywood movies and soundtrack albums. He wasnt seen on stage for 7 years but returned in a successful comeback television special. After this, Elvis had an extended Las Vegas concert residency and many lucrative tours. In 1973, approximately 1.5 billion people viewed his performance of Aloha from Hawaii, the first globally broadcasted concert, via satellite.
The Elvis Newspaper - Historic NYTimes Coverage provides all the details and is a must for any Elvis fan!