"Let me tell you about when I met Elvis ..."

Apart from the obvious human tragedy of Presley's early death, there is also a great sadness that the creative world was deprived of his memories and personal stories. We'll never know what it felt like to be the most famous person on the planet from the age of just 21. What fabulous tales might he have told as an old man sitting on a chat show sofa talking about sharing a stage with Frank SInatra, or Bill Haley, or Lowell Fulson? How would he have remembered the saga of turning down a role opposite Barbara Streisand in "A Star Is Born"? What were his memories of the night he "spontaneously" started singing "That's All Right" at Sam Phillips' studio in Memphis. These and so many other storie

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