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    during the 1950s the rise of rock and roll and popular black Rhythm-and-Blues were converged together. Elvis Presley also referred to the King of Rock was one of the most successful and popular artists of the mid-1950’s who explored the musical genre of rock and roll and the Blues. He was an influential American singer‚ actor‚ and guitarist who had an immeasurable impact of world culture. Elvis Presley was and still is the most significant figure or idol in rock and roll history‚ who revolutionized the

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    Elvis Presley Elvis Presley made a huge impact on people of today! He changed the way we sing our song today by singing the song fast than other writers of that time would have sang it. He changed the way people may have dressed in that time to some new some that would pop make them stand out from other singer or dancers. He inspired people of today to put raps in their songs. He inspired everyone today how to sing their songs and how to dance and how to dress and stand out. Elvis Aaron

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    Elvis Presley The King of Rock and Roll Elvis Aron Presley was born on January 8‚ 1935. He was born in Tupelo‚ Mississippi. His father was Veron Elvis and his mother was Gladys Love Presley. HE was born with a twin brother Jesse Gaaron Presley. His brother was stillborn. In November 1948‚ the family moved to his hometown of Memphis‚ Tennessee. He enrolled at Humes High School and this is when he became serious about music. Elvis first started recording music in 1953. He made music with

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    -Elvis Aaron Presley was the first widely known rock and roll singer star. He was named the King of Rock and Roll. -He was born on January 8th 1935 in Tupelo Mississippi to Gladys and Vernon Presley‚ in a two room shotgun house built by his father. He also had a twin brother‚ Jessie Garon‚ who was delivered 36 minutes before Elvis‚ but was still born -As an only child‚ Elvis became very close to both parents. His family attended the Assembly of God Church‚ and that is where he found his initial

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    Meihofer Morse 1 Elvis Presley’s Impact on Today’s Culture Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo‚ Mississippi on January 8‚ 1935. He had a twin brother named Jessie Garon that was stillborn‚ leaving Elvis to grow up as an only child. He and his parents moved to Memphis‚ Tennessee‚ in 1948 and Elvis graduated from Humes High School there in 1953. After convincing his parents to buy him an acoustic guitar‚ Elvis began teching himself to play and sharpening his talents. Elvis’ impact on todays culture

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    Elvis Presley was not only the “King of Rock and Roll”‚ but could also be said as the king of his time period. “He brought together American music from both sides of the color line and performed it with a natural hip-swiveling sexuality that made him a teen idol and a role model for generations of cool rebels.” (Pareles 438). Elvis Presley made a huge difference in the music world. There is no quesion about it. “Teens related positively to his sexiness‚ especially the suggestive way he swiveled his

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    . There’s good rockin tonight (Elvis Presley).” Elvis Presley was the king of rock and roll. He has had a great influence on the music industry‚ as well as how music is played today. Now everyone knows Elvis is very popular and is the king of rock and roll‚ however throughout this paper you will learn how about Elvis became the king of rock and roll and what he did to become so popular. Elvis Aaron Presley was born on January 8‚ 1935 in Tupelo Mississippi. Elvis was actually born right after his

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    Elvis Presley Elvis Aaron Presley was born inside of a two roomed house in Tupelo‚ Mississippi ‚ on January 8th ‚ 1953. Elvis had a twin brother ‚ Jessie Garon ‚ who was still born. At the age of thirteen ‚ he and his parents in 1948 moved to Memphis ‚ Tennessee. There in 1953 Elvis graduated from Humes High School. Elvis was musically influenced by the pop and country genre of music ‚ he frequently attended the all night gospel sings ‚ and the gospel music he had experienced

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    Leiber and Mike Stoller‚ but people remember the person who put it on the charts‚ Mr. Elvis Presley. Presley used his infamous style of merging rock and roll with gospel music‚ a technique that has never been done before the 1950s‚ and pushed the limits of many Americans by erasing the existing line of “black” and “white” music. Going from poor to riches‚ Presley changed the view and sight of music. With out Presley music would have stayed segregated‚ the civil rights movement would not have moved forward

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    to become one of the most successful names in rock ‘n’ roll. In 1946‚ Elvis was given his first guitar as a gift from his mother on his 11th birthday. A few years later when he won a talent show at Humes High School in Memphis‚ he had his first taste of musical success. Presley soon began recording‚ touring‚ and trying to pursue his musical dream after Sam Phillips‚ the record label owner of Sun Studio‚ decided to take Presley under his wing. Elvis’s awards includes 2 Golden Apple Awards and 3

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