The book Elvis & Me has been written by Elvis Presley’s ex wife Priscilla Beaulieu Presley. This book is actually the story of this famous couple of the time. The book portrays on various shades of Elvis’s life and character. I recently read this book. Here is the book review of the ‘Elvis and Me’.
The book revolves around the time when Priscilla met Elvis for the first time when she was 14, how they fell in love with each other, their marriage, the time after their marriage, the love & fights they had and eventually their divorce. Priscilla Beaulieu has narrated the entire story from her point of view. The core of the book portrays the feeling how a person loves another person unselfishly, even adapting him with his flaws. The book has been written beautifully since you can easily grow up page by page with Priscilla and her inner feelings of joy, sadness and finally her wretchedness.
I really like the book but at some portions (may be being a hardcore Elvis fan) the book does not justify (at least not me). The happy part of the book seems like a fairytale but the sad part and especially the deep sore feelings of rejection by Priscilla just made me shiver. But still a must read for all Elvis fans and those who are not Elvis fans (what are doing here?) go through it to have a keen look to the fact how one person can be selflessly in love with another. View the book at Amazon.
We have talked about almost everything of Elvis Presley – the legendary rock artists. We have talked about his life, his career, his fame, prestige and name that are hardy replicable by any other rock artist today or in future. Today we will be discussing about one more important aspect of our legend Elvis’s life which is like another star in Elvis’s already star studded image. It is the huge cultural impact of our legend Elvis over society.
Experts say ever since the starting of career, Elvis has had a huge cultural impact over the society. Elvis has been given with adjectives like “Creator of Rock Music”, “Rock Music Giant”, “Rock Music Idol” and many more such praiseworthy adjectives. World has even provided Elvis with the tag of Rock Music God that has never ever been provided to any other artist of rock music.
Cultural impact of Elvis has always been similar to his emotional impact over our society. Youngsters take him as an icon, a style and sex symbol for ladies while men see him as a legend and old people as a warm heartily person. He is someone who single handedly changed the course & preface of entire music world. He was ranked second greatest singer of the world that itself explains the impact of Elvis over the world. His dance moves, recordings, clothing, attitude, style, lifestyle and cool looks have always created a huge brunt over the society being an eminent embodiment. So it not wrong to say that Elvis’s life has created a huge cultural as well as emotional impact over the world which is simply not replicable.
Well who does not know about the king of the rock music world – Elvis Presley? But there are some unknown interesting facts about Elvis which you might not know. Interesting what those facts could be? Just go through this article and you will get the answer. Below here are 10 unfamiliar yet interesting facts about the legend himself – Elvis Presley.
Have a quick look –
Elvis’s popular black hair was not actually black. He had brown hair. He dyed those to black.
Elvis was born twins but his twin brother was a stillborn. His brother was named Jesse.
Elvis was actually his dad’s middle name which he took and got it milestone in the history.
Elvis, whom every girl dream of, was actually got rejected at school by girls.
The first ever guitar Elvis purchased was actually against his wish at the age of 11 by his mother.
When Elvis was just 15 months old, he almost died in a tornado ofMississippi. If that would had happened that means the world would have been deprived of this legend.
Elvis was a big foodie. He loved deep-fried fatty goodies, potato & cheese soup, meatloaf with mushroom gravy, biscuits, gravy etc. But he hated fish. He could not stand the sight of fish food.
Elvis was 6 feettall and his shoe size was 11.
Elvis met his wife Priscilla when she was just 14 years old and that too during his Germany military services. Eight years later after their meeting he married her.
Elvis had a daughter Lisa who married Micheal Jackson. Later she married Nicolas Cage who was also Elvis’s obsessive.