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Elvis Presley memorabilia Framed

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This Elvis Presley item is Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia its 1 of 250. Elvis Presley the KING!

Signed By: Elvis Presley
Product SKU: ELVIS-243
Limited Edition: 1 of 250.
Dimensions: 1000mm x 700mm.
Certificate of Authenticity: YES
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Product Description

The Elvis Presley item is a Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia its 1 of 250. This range are not personally signed they are numbered reprints. This collector's item is superbly box framed with 5 personalized CD's in solid timber frame with gold trim and beautifully presented in a double matte and will take pride of place in any collection a must for any music memorabilia lover. Singer, musician, actor. Born Elvis Aron Presley on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi. (He later changed the spelling of his middle name to the biblical form of Aaron.) From very humble beginnings, Elvis Presley grew up to become one of the biggest names in rock and roll. He was originally supposed to be a twin, but his brother Jesse Garon (sometimes spelled Jessie) was stillborn. Presley got his first guitar at the age of ten, and had his first taste of musical success by winning a talent show at Humes High School in Memphis. After graduating in 1953, he worked a number of jobs while pursuing his musical dream. He cut his first demo record at what later became known as Sun Studio that year, and before long, Sam Phillips, the record label owner, decided to take the young performer under his wing. "That's All Right" was Presley's first single in 1954. Presley began touring and recording, trying to get his first big break. n 1955, Presley began to develop a following with fans being drawn to his unusual musical style, provocative gyrating hips, and good looks. That same year, he signed with RCA Records, a deal worked out by his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. Presley was on a roll, scoring his first number one single with "Heartbreak Hotel" and first number one album, Elvis Presley, and signing a movie contract with Paramount Pictures—all in 1956. Despite the uproar his sexy dance moves caused, he also becomes a popular guest on a number of television variety shows.

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