A Few Last Facts About Elvis Presley
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Elvis Presley´s last film before death
The last film Elvis saw at the cinema was The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
Elvis Presley´s last book before death
The book Elvis was reading at the time of his death was “The Scientific Search for the Face of Jesus” by Frank O. Adams, (Psychical Aid Foundation, USA, 1972).
Elvis Presley death and money
Elvis died with about $5 million in his bank account.
Elvis Presley´s last words before death
Elvis heads for the bathroom carrying the book, Frank Adams’ The Scientific Search for the Face of Jesus. While on his way, Ginger calls out “Don’t fall asleep in there.” “Okay, I won’t,” are Elvis’ last words.
Elvis Presley´s last concert before death
June 26, 1977 – Market Square Arena Indianapolis
Elvis Presley´s last song before death
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
Elvis Presley´s last words to anyone outside Graceland before death
His last words to anyone outside of Graceland were to his first cousin and assistant, Billy Smith, over the phone. “Billy, son,” he said, referring to his upcoming series of concerts, “this is gonna be my best tour ever.”
Elvis Presley´s funeral after death
Elvis was buried twice. Elvis was originally buried next to his mother, Gladys, at the Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis. Shortly after, several young men attempted to steal his body. So Vernon, Elvis’ dad, decided to move both bodies to the grounds of Graceland. The bodies of Elvis and his mother were moved to Graceland on 2th October of 1977.
Elvis Presley´s death cloth
Elvis was buried in a white suit that his father had given him and TCB lighting bolt ring on his finger.
Brett Young’s Emotional Cover of ‘Hallelujah’ Is Must-See
Brett Young’s ability to throw every emotion into a performance doesn’t end with his original songs. The “In Case You Didn’t Know” hitmaker’s cover of “Hallelujah” is so vulnerable, one senses he’s on the verge of tears.
The just-released “Hallelujah” performance video from Young’s Taste of Country RISERS video shoot is four roller-coaster minutes that spotlight his depth of storytelling. At times tender and at times powerful, this rendition is a hair-raising performance as real as anything Young recorded for his new self-titled album. The “Like I Love You” singer proves that fans have only seen the tip of iceberg in terms of his artistry.
Young was revealed as one of seven Taste of Country RISERS in March, and since then he’s gone on to notch a second No. 1 hit and land a coveted opening slot on Lady Antebellum’s You Look Good Tour. His RISERS performance of “In Case You Didn’t Know” is closing in on 1 million views on YouTube, but perhaps more meaningful is the dozens of comments from fans who admit the song made an impact on an important relationship.