Elvis Presley lived and died in Memphis, Tennessee, the house of the Blues. But he additionally hung out within the Country music capital of Nashville, which recognises The King in numerous methods immediately. Now Graceland archivist Angie Marchese has guided followers by a captivating video tour of Elvis hotspots within the metropolis.
A brand new publish on Graceland’s official Instagram account reads: “We’re really excited about the upcoming release of From Elvis in Nashville next month, so The Graceland Archives team decided to take a little road trip and check out some of Music City’s Elvis hotspots!”
Angie started the tour outdoors Nashville’s well-known Country Music Hall of Fame.
The Graceland archivist mentioned: “Not only is Elvis a member, but you can also see his gold Cadillac on display.”
She then identified the Hatch Print Shop proper by the Hall of Fame.
Angie continued: “Now no tour of Nashville can be full if we didn’t cease right here…at historic RCA Studio B.
“This shouldn’t be solely the place Elvis recorded his first full report Heartbreak Hotel in January 1956, however went on to report over 250 wonderful songs, proper right here on this property.
“Now that wraps up our fast tour of Nashville. There’s so many extra locations to go and see, particularly issues which can be associated to Elvis.”
Graceland have been selling the brand new Sony CD launch of From Elvis In Nashville, which is launched on November 20 and might be pre-ordered here.
Meanwhile, Elvis’ grandson Benjamin Keough has been buried close to The King at Graceland.
Elvis’ ultimate resting place is within the Meditation Garden by the Memphis mansion, the place he’s buried by his father, mom and grandmother.
His grandson is buried on the opposite aspect of the fountain, straight reverse Elvis’ grave.
Unlike the opposite Presley members of the family, Benjamin’s grave is a chest tomb and positioned close to Graceland’s swimming pool.