Fadal accompanied Presley back to Memphis when the singer took emergency leave to be at the side of his dying mother, Gladys, who passed away on August 14, 1958 in Memphis.
The legendary rock'n'roll singer Elvis Presley, who died 40 years ago today, was famous for many things, including the fact that he never played a concert outside of North America. It's reported that Brooks has had fans come from states such as Alabama, Texas, and many more.
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Elvis topped the Hot 100 Billboard charts in the USA 18 times during his career, a feat matched by Mariah Carey and topped only by the Beatles, who scored 20.
"I understand they are a business, and there's absolutely nothing wrong with them making money", Elvis fan Anthony Stuchbury told The Independent. "God took him back home, but he's still here".
Plus, just in case you also wondered what he favourite song of her father's is, she confesses that there are two in particular that she enjoys listening to and they relate to two of his biggest movies.
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Galaz, who is a member of Elvis Country Fan Club, wasn't the only one who cultivated a love for Elvis as a child. "You could see his heart through his music", Thompson said.
Stevie was 10 when the King of Rock "n" Roll died. "Before Elvis, there was nothing", John Lennon once said.
On Tuesday evening (August 15), the annual candlelight vigil was held commemorating Presley's death. "His music talks to you ... it has a spiritual meaning in his words".
"When Elvis did his comeback special he wanted to speak at the end of the TV special to basically say everything is going wrong but if we all stand together nothing can break us down or make us faulter".
Ecstatic fans jostle to stand on the exact spot where he stood, and cradle and croon into the microphone he used, manically snapping photographs and tingling with delight.