Not going to lie: I wish that I could be at Graceland right about now, with throngs of fans lining up to celebrate The King.
Visiting Graceland is an experience everyone should have at least once in a lifetime. Even if you aren't his biggest fan, it's just something to behold: the jungle room, the cars, the jumpsuits.
The good news: today kicks off a year of celebrations in Memphis and beyond, so there will be plenty of opportunities to get your Elvis on in the coming year.
Here are a few other places where The King still lives. So pack up your peanut butter and banana sandwiches and start planning your road trip. In a pink Cadillac of course …
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National Portrait Gallery's "Images of The King." The exhibit, which opens today, features portraits, images from Graceland and original artwork from the 1992 Elvis stamp design competition.
"Elvis! His Groundbreaking, Hip-Shaking, News making Story" opens at the Newseum (Washington D.C.) March 12. It tells the story of Presley as he was portrayed in the news media and how his music and physicality pushed the boundaries of mainstream taste and free expression.
The Grammy Museum's "Elvis at 21: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer." Photojournalist Alfred Wertheimershot promotional images of Elvis when he was a newly signed recording artist. The exhibit is all the way in L.A. But we hear that there might be some Southerners who are out their this weekend …