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January 8, 2010

Happy 75th Elvis!

Posted: 11:30 AM ET

NOTE: Priscilla did this blog for us on Elvis's birthday last year, but we thought it would be nice to revisit in celebration of his 75th birthday!

By Priscilla Presley

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Today on Elvis' birthday and the 70th anniversary of Graceland being built, it's a bittersweet time to remember the life and joy we had at Graceland while Elvis was alive. Riding horses, racing with the golf carts, the home cooked southern meals and all of the gatherings with family and friends made it a playful, fun and loving time.

We always celebrated Christmas and, of course, his birthday. This was a very special time of year. You'll note the Christmas decorations are still up. It was Elvis' tradition to keep them up through his birthday.

(Read the rest of Priscilla's commetary here)

FOR MORE INFORMATION visit www.elvis.com

Filed under: Elvis • Larry King Live • Priscilla Presley


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Linda P   January 8th, 2009 2:02 pm ET

I never appreciated how beautiful Elvis' voice truly was until I really took the time to listen to him and the words he sang. Elvis' gospel is so beautiful and I listen to him often now and appreciate him so much more. He was truly a gifted entertainer.


Heather   January 8th, 2009 2:35 pm ET

I used to enjoy Larry King Live. However, I am disgusted with one of his most recent topics – Oprah's weight gain. He must be hard pressed for a story to have to resort to something so insignificant. So she's gained weight. How is this time any different from all the other times she has lost and gained weight? WHO CARES?? The world is full of issues far more important – death, disease, homelessness, hunger... need I say more? We tune in to a top news station and we have to listen to how Oprah got fat again? Let's end this. Send her to a psychiatrist, get to the root of her obsession with food, and let us all move on.
And one more thing....tell Larry to stop interrupting his guests when he speaks. They are there because they have a story to tell. Let them tell it.


dom   January 8th, 2009 2:52 pm ET

Great Larry...
Are you trying to stay out of important topics by serving us more useless stories.... Oprah gaining weight, Presley' s daughter do whatever...

Maybe you need to retire....

Meanwhile people are dying in Gaza, people getting shot in the metro....


joanne from ny   January 8th, 2009 3:30 pm ET

leave the Travoltas alone..he was over weight..250 lbs..maybe he suffered a heart attack..they loved hm very much ...maybe they would have done things differently...we all look back....


danny from ca   January 8th, 2009 3:32 pm ET

Priscilla still loves him & maybe regrets the divorce....


BOOM BOOM BRANNIGAN   January 8th, 2009 3:51 pm ET

HI LARRY, A VOICE FROM THE PAST YOU HAVE A GREAT SHOWI WATCH IT EVERY NIGHT KEEP UP THE GREAT SHOWS. BOOM BOOM BRANNIGAN ALBANY NY WPTR


Bob Burke   January 8th, 2009 4:06 pm ET

Elvis was a moderately fair entertainer who made the worst movies ever to come out of Hollywood. Humble guy, nice guy perhaps, but I never have understood all this "Elvis the King" nonsense...


Ed from Massillon OH   January 8th, 2009 4:51 pm ET

Its good to know that Elvis is still appreciated in the enterainment field.
I worked at RCA Records in Indianapolis IN and Elvis would come in every so often to see his records being pressed into 45's and 33's. He was always so friendly to everyone he meet at the plant. Many of my co workers were impressed with Elvis's concern for the record industry. I was wondering if he ever discussed his visits to RCA with Prisicilla?

You have a great show and I try to watch every night. Keep up the great work.


Alyce Clarke   January 8th, 2009 5:08 pm ET

Enough about negative Elvis. He was an awesome performer and singer. I lived in Memphis off of Beale Street during his early years and it was a magicial time. Walking down Beale with a purple suit painted on a window looking like a Elvis wantabe. Our music industry lost an icon, such a tragerdy.


Melissa B ~ California   January 8th, 2009 5:22 pm ET

“Well, isn’t that special!” How endearing. I find it amazing that she left Elvis when he was alive, but she’s been all about Elvis after his death. Although his daughter Lisa Marie is the sole heir of his estate, I’m positive Priscilla Presley is enjoying the lifestyle of the rich and famous–thanks to the King. Elvis will always be alive in our hearts, such a talented man, who I think died of a broken heart.


Karri   January 8th, 2009 5:29 pm ET

Elvis Presley was a beautiful person, we miss him so much


Karri, nebraska   January 8th, 2009 5:38 pm ET

Elvis was a gift from God and we treasured the time we had with him. I am proud to say that my children rock out to his songs. Happy Birthday to the King of Rock n Roll....


L. Woods   January 8th, 2009 6:19 pm ET

I am even more disgusted after reading Priscillas commentary. She does act like his widow, rather than his EX and I totally agree with Melissa B. I love Larry King, but the subjects lately are a little boring, Priscilla being one of them. Would be better to have the true relative and heir, Lisa Marie on Larry King.


atsegga   January 8th, 2009 7:18 pm ET

The Borgen Project has some good info on the cost of addressing global poverty.

$30 billion: Annual shortfall to end world hunger.
$550 billion: U.S. Defense budget


hugh ~ california   January 8th, 2009 7:44 pm ET

@atsegga,
You digress from the principle topic of discussion.


Kathydell Ming   January 8th, 2009 7:46 pm ET

Last night was one of the best shows I seen you do. You questions were great and Bishop Jakes' answers were so clear; he has made a believer out of me. When will you have him back on the show. I look forward to his return.

Kathy,
Bermuda


Griff   January 8th, 2009 8:48 pm ET

Anne Marie the name, of his latest Flame????
Lisa Marie.... Where did the 'Anne' come from...


Andy Kristoffersen   January 8th, 2009 8:53 pm ET

Good evening Priscilla and Larry,

Priscilla's grandfather was born in my hometown of Egersund, Norway. This past summer Priscilla was honored with a plaque that is insribed "Priscilla's Place" on the house in Egersund where her grandfather was born.

I wonder if Priscilla can share her thoughts on this honor and whether she plans to visit Egersund anytime soon.

Regards,

Andy
Raleigh, NC


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:05 pm ET

Have you ever? No! Your Right, I'm left; She's Gone....
Cilla. That;s what Elvis called her.


Ed Cleary, Haymarket, VA   January 8th, 2009 9:08 pm ET

When Elvis died, we lost a true National Treasure. He will never be replaced and never be forgotten. God Bless You, Elvis Presley. Happy Birthday your Majesty!


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:09 pm ET

i have never been to Grace Land,,,,, !956.... Heartbreak Hotel....
Just another kid.... But he followed me for another 20yrs....


Dakota   January 8th, 2009 9:11 pm ET

happy birthday elvis!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ralph Williams   January 8th, 2009 9:12 pm ET

Elvis is the greatest singer and actor of all time. He is always so nice and charitable. Happy 74th birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Kelly Simms   January 8th, 2009 9:13 pm ET

Happy Birthday to Elvis....us fans love you so much....we always will...we are so grateful to have you in our lives...even still after all these years. We love you as much today as we did long ago. Thank you Priscilla for helping to keep his memory alive....


Cathy   January 8th, 2009 9:14 pm ET

Thanks for having Priscilla on tonight honoring Elvis. I share his birthday and have loved his music and really feel special to have the same birthday as him (even though I am a year younger.


Peggy R. from Moosic, PA   January 8th, 2009 9:15 pm ET

Hey Larry, Thank You so much for having Priscilla Presley on tonight.I am a big Elvis fan and I like to wish my Idol a "Happy 74 Birthday".Thank You also Priscilla for treating the fans with such great respect down at Graceland. Like The King would say "Till we meet again, May God Bless and Adios".


Adam Anderson   January 8th, 2009 9:15 pm ET

I am 26 and in a wheelchair, elvis has been a huge part of my life when I was little my voice was very weak and so long story short I was at a library one day at something drew me to an elvis tape and so I popped it in and started singing along and a few months later my voice got stronger. To this day I keep up on singing his songs and he keeps me going.

Thank you and god bless Elvis,


kathy   January 8th, 2009 9:16 pm ET

Elvis is just as loved today as he was 30 yrs ago. My neice is 7yrs old and she has fallen madly in love with him. The town we come from has parades for special occ. They have Evis inpersnator in it. And the young kids of this modern days have fallen in love with him. So i dont think he will be forgtten for many more years to come.


DJ   January 8th, 2009 9:17 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! The celebration of a true artist's birthday! Wish you all the luck Priscilla!


Anthony   January 8th, 2009 9:18 pm ET

It is magical to see how Priscilla truly keeps the spirit of Elvis alive. Long live the King!


Judith   January 8th, 2009 9:18 pm ET

The way we view music today is because of this man, Elvis Presley. He will live on in our hearts.


DJ   January 8th, 2009 9:19 pm ET

Adam keep going strong there!


Al Gardner   January 8th, 2009 9:19 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis and thanks for all the joy and excitement you brought and continue to bring to so many of us, you will never be forgotten and will always be loved..Thanks Al


mel   January 8th, 2009 9:20 pm ET

i am a new fan of Elvis not reliving how many songs of his i new the words to. he was a great performer that still is gaining fans today!!!

FOR THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEG. THINKS TO SAY DON'T YOU HAVE ANYTHING BETTER TO DO?


Sandra Robertson, Ga.   January 8th, 2009 9:20 pm ET

Elvis was a gifted entertainer and a true southern gentleman and my Mama loved him. Happy Birthday and God Bless the Presley family.


Penny   January 8th, 2009 9:21 pm ET

Hi, I am 68 years old today, January 8th. 2008.

When I was in high school the kids used to sing "Happy Birthday Penny and Elvis"... and I always thought that was so much fun.

I was devistated when he died, along with everyone else, but I had always felt that because of our birthday I had a special connection with him. He had such a wonderful voice, and was such a talent.


kay   January 8th, 2009 9:21 pm ET

Elvis was my hero as a teenager and he became quite a classy human being,he was a very generous human being.I attribute it to his southern upbring


michelle saybo   January 8th, 2009 9:21 pm ET

Happy birthday to one of the greatest entertainer of all time. I have treasured his music and movies forever and it never gets old. He will always be the King of Rock and Roll. I went to several concerts of his and it was WOW!. Thank you Priscilla and Larry.


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

No she will not.... I don't watch CNN anymore.... I don't watch TV anymore.... Ask Cilla why? You destroy input....
So what about Toronto 1957????


Dorothy   January 8th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

L. Woods – I agree with you about widow versus ex. I loved Elvis and I really do like Priscilla and would imagine life was tough with him, however, it seems more and more like it has been forgotten that they were divorced. But, I guess you can still really love your ex and admire him and just not be able to be married to him.


ellie   January 8th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

I wish there were more singers like Elvis.


Juanita from Utah   January 8th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

Thank you Larry for remembering Elvis on his birthday ...we are still getting our nations important topics (blogger dom) its ok to take 30min out of our day the remember the man who made soooo many ppl smile for sooo many years. Today is my bday as well and Im proud to share it with the king!!! LOVE YOU E !


D.J.C   January 8th, 2009 9:23 pm ET

My only regret in life to this point is that I never had the chance to see Elvis perform. I was only a year old when he died. The world could use more people like Elvis in it. Whenever I am down, all I need is to hear the voice and I'm immediately in a good mood again. I even named my first born son after him (Presley). I often hear people say that he was the greatest entertainer that ever lived and I couldn't agree more. In fact, I'd go a step further and say that he was the greatest singer to ever grace this earth. Long live the King!


Deborah Bekke   January 8th, 2009 9:23 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis, and thank you Priscilla and Lisa Marie for all they have shown us of his private life. He was an Icon no one can compare. Thanks for sharing. with love Deb in Nebraska.


maggie b   January 8th, 2009 9:23 pm ET

i would like to wish elvis a happy birthday. even though i never got a chance to meet him i was a very close follower of his career. iwas 15 when he passed away and i can tell you the exact place i was when iheard the news and i can never forget. and i wish everyday that i wish icould have met him. i love pricillia and lisas marie and wish to meet them one day. thank you very much Maggie B.
Callahan Florida.


Louise Welch   January 8th, 2009 9:23 pm ET

Pricilla, thank you so much for all the work you have done in keeping Elvis alive for us all. I almost hated Elvis when he first started out because my older brother adored him, made all of us kids sit in chairs while he played the guitar on an ole broom we had and sang all of Elvis's songs. If we clapped he would say " Thank you, thank you very much. Okay, I sing another one" but, if we didn't clap he would beat us with the broom and then say " now would you like for me to sing another song?" I too, love all of Elvis music. I especially love the christian music....
So, once again Pricilla, thanks to you and Lisa Marie (i have bought her music too, she is great) for keeping Elvis with us...In spirit, he has never left us....Love to all the Presley families.....


sammie   January 8th, 2009 9:23 pm ET

Elvis was a wonderful performer and entertainer..he is still missed greatly. Priscilla was beautiful when she married Elvis and had beautiful lips but I dont like what she has done to them now and she appears to not be able to smile much. Happy birthday Elvis.


Lisa   January 8th, 2009 9:24 pm ET

I love Elvis! Happy Birthday!!!!! Wish you were still here...


Dennis   January 8th, 2009 9:24 pm ET

Priscilla, you look Fabulous, tell us how was your experience making the Naked Gun Movies younger audience fondly remember them!


Lilly Paloma   January 8th, 2009 9:24 pm ET

I read on a celeb web site that Elvis was actually Jewish, having been born of a Jewish mother (Gladys' mother was a Jew, and therefore she was). Gladys told her son to hide that fact, although she was proud of it. In his later years he sometimes wore a Chai (letter meaning "life") and a Star of David, along with a cross, and joked to friends that he "had all his bases covered for the afterlife." Many years ago on the tour, I saw that Gladys' tombstone had a Star of David on it, and that always puzzled me, as Elvis was so connected to gospel music.
Priscilla, did Elvis ever discuss this fact with you and did he ever explore his Jewish roots?
Love him... miss him.


Najy from va   January 8th, 2009 9:24 pm ET

i love you percilla. you are great. i have seen your grandfather, elvis was great.

Najy from va


Dawn Little   January 8th, 2009 9:25 pm ET

I think Elvis was and will always be the best legend in Rock and Roll.I still miss him.


Steven   January 8th, 2009 9:25 pm ET

Great to see Pricilla and Graceland. Love Elvis! Larry did u every interview Elvis? Could we see a clip?


ELVIS' BIGGEST FAN MARK   January 8th, 2009 9:25 pm ET

Hi Larry and Priscilla!

Great show!

Elvis is special because he is the perfect example of someone who had everything in the eyes of what people think is everything but Elvis knew what was important in life, family friends and giving back because he knew God had blessed him.

Long Live the Legacy of Elvis.


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:26 pm ET

I have a Photo.... Cilla on the Left Lisa in the middle. Elvis on the right....
I told you.... You don't know Elvis.... 1956- 1977..... Tupelo....


eve arden   January 8th, 2009 9:26 pm ET

Did Elvis own another house besides Graceland when he died? If so where is it located? If there was a home did you live in as well when you were married?


Alicia L.C.   January 8th, 2009 9:27 pm ET

Elvis is the rold model for my perfect man! Happy Birthday, Elvis Presley, you're still precious to many people around the world!


Peggy   January 8th, 2009 9:28 pm ET

I was only 16 when Elvis passed, and I loved him. I had a lot of his records & pictures on my walls. Elvis was awesome. Happy Birthday Elvis. I still love you...


Sara Conover   January 8th, 2009 9:28 pm ET

Elvis was an amazing entertainer. I'm only 28 but I can't imagine not being a fan. It started for me at 13 years old and ever since Elvis has impacted my life. I love his music and movies. My Dream is to go to Graceland someday and visit his beautiful home. Thankyou Larry for doing the Elvis Tributes they are always so informative and fun to watch!!!


Nooncat   January 8th, 2009 9:28 pm ET

Happy Brithday Elvis. Your still TCB.


Susan McGovern   January 8th, 2009 9:29 pm ET

As a lifelong Memphian and Elvis fan, I wanted to say Happy Birthday to Elvis & thank Priscilla for keeping his legacy alive in such a beautiful way. I've had the honor of going to Graceland three times this year. I've been going to the candlelight vigil for almost 30 years.
We miss him so much and he left us way too soon but we will ALWAYS remember him on his birthday and everyday. Elvis fans are the absolute best and most devoted, loving people ever. We will help Priscilla keep the memory alive for all time.
Thanks Larry for being live at Graceland on this special day.


hugh hopkins   January 8th, 2009 9:29 pm ET

Elvis was and is my favorite singer as he is to my daughter Victoria ans Abigail and my grandson Dustin. May the leguan live on way past his 74th birthday. Priscilla keep up the great work you do for us fans God bless


bucbaby1   January 8th, 2009 9:29 pm ET

I give Priscilla so much credit for keeping GL in such great shape – if it wasn't for her it wouldn't be what it is today.

I took my mother there for her mother's day gift 2 years ago and it isn't what you think – it's an expensive home but the rooms are smaller than you would imagine, it isn't just a mansion, it is a home.

I can't wait for the new displays/buidings to be built across the street I will definatly go back, it was one of the best trips I've ever taken. Memphis is an awesome town, if you haven't gone, please atleast go once, you will be amazed.


priscilla marquez   January 8th, 2009 9:29 pm ET

Happy Birthday to Elvis. he would have been very happy with his twin granddaugthers.


Michelle   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

I love to hear the story of my mother's first Elvis concert. I think he had a beautiful voice and my iPod is full of not only his music but Lisa Marie's as well. She reminds me of her dad. I wish that he was still here, with Priscilla, who loves him so much and Lisa Marie. I know that Elvis would have loved to play with his grandchildren.

Happy Birthday Elvis


Frank   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

God bless you Elvis on your 74 birthday in Heaven....your missed...rest in peace my friend


Dorothy Grisco   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

I too am celebrating my 74th Birthday. A lot my friends remember my birthday only because of Elvis because he gets a lot of publicity.
I would like to ask Priscilla if I can have some sort of memento of Elvis.

Thanks, Dorothy


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

Remmember the First Movie Elvis......Who killed who????


M   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

Thank you for the Elvis presentation today!

It is my Father's birthday today and he would of been 78. I have my Dad's –Elvis 45 records. My nephew was born six years ago on Elvis' birthday!

We visited Graceland last Spring on the 30th anniversary of Elvis
Loved all the museum artifacts at Graceland. It was wonderful!!!
And being on the Jet! A beautiful Spring day in Memphis.


PHYLLIS   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

What a beautiful soul he was. We the public I think may have destroyed his innocence.


Kathy Long   January 8th, 2009 9:30 pm ET

I was there 3 years ago right after Christmas. Do they change things up some in the exhibits so you can see different things each time?


pat   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

I Love You Elvis. I still wish you were alive. Watching this show tonight i am crying


GAIL MEADOWS   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS...YOU ARE TRULY MISSED


lorne mac kinnon   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

happy birthday to the king. my wife and i were in glaceland in 1987. glad we were,at the home of the king.
lorne mac kinnon
sydney nova scotia


Sandy   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Saw Elvis in concert at Bloomington In., Indiana University...It was such a thrill and something I will never forget...He was such a wonderful person, I loved to hear him sing...A great entertainer although he has been gone for such a long time, by being able to hear him sing it is almost as though he is still with us...Happy Birthday Elvis


Yolanda   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

I agree with Priscilla what was there not to love about Elvis. He had everything that anybody would of wanted and more. I wonder if Priscilla ever regrets not sticking it out with Elvis to see where it would of went. Elvis was and is still a wesome singer and actor and man


GARY LARZIK   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

LARRY,
PLEASE TELL PRISCILLA PRESLEY "THANK YOU FOR KEEPING GRACELAND & ELVIS GOING ON FOR US FANS. MY WIFE AND I WENT TO GRACELAND EVERY AUGUST FROM 1978 UNTIL 2000. WE ALSO WENT TO GRACELAND ON ELVIS' 50'TH BIRTHDAY AND WE GOT A PICE OF THE ELVIS BIRTHDAY CAKE, THAT MY WIFE PUT AWAY AND WE STILL HAVE IT IN OUR ELVIS ROOM..
MY WIFE PASSAWAY IN 2005 AND I HAVE NOT BEEN BACK TO GRACELAND, IT'S HEARD TO GO ANYWERE WITH OUT HER. I SOMEDAY HOPE TO GO BACK AND SEE ALL THE NEW THINGS.
GARY LARZIK.
FAN OF ELVIS.


JC   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis!! Thank you for being such an inspiration & the one & only King. We love you so much Elvis & we will never forget you.

God bless Elvis & his family.


Dolly Gatti   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Elvis was a national treasure. He did more as one lone singer than groups of 4 or 5 did together. His voice was a gift from Heaven. He had such charm and talent. He didnt resort to dirty lyrics or nudity to sell himself. He treated women like ladies, he was not ashamed to show how much he loved his mother and father. He took them to Germany when he did his stint in the Army. He was a great son. He had such outstanding physical beauty that even men admired his looks, and his talent spanned the ages. When I was a teenager and getting All Shook Up over him, my mother admitted that she too was swooning. He did no harm to anyone, his generosity was astounding. If he ever hurt anyone, it was only himself, he became a victim of his own fame. He believed in God and Jesus and was not hesitant to talk about his faith. He loved to sing Gospel songs. He was an American Treasure, and we love him 30 + years after his death.


Vicki Washburn   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Happy birthday Elvis..... You are sooooooo missed am a big fan of youres and am truly grateful that Graceland has been preserved so well and that Pricilla continues to do live interviews on youre behalf.. you are truly missed and congrads on youre new granddaughters.. Love and miss you.. Vicki


Sandy   January 8th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Hi Larry and Priscilla

I am from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I would first of all like to say Happy Birthday Elvis. I have been a huge fan since I was a young girl. I am very pleased Priscilla is doing this show from Graceland. I still listen to his music all the time. (I love the older Elvis voice the best). I always make a point to listen to his music on his birthday and anniversary of his death. My daughter is 12 and knows all his music as do my nieces and nephews from 9-20. Elvis and his music will always live on.

Thank you
Sandy


caroline   January 8th, 2009 9:32 pm ET

he will always be young to us and keep us young along with him–those were the besr years of our lives-thank you


Frances   January 8th, 2009 9:32 pm ET

My children and I went to see Graceland two summers ago and it was a vacation that I will treasure. My daughter was only 4 years old at the time but she knew who's house we were at and she was so amazed at all the wonderful outfits that the Elvis Muesem held. Any time Elvis comes on the radio she can pick it out very quickly. My 9 year old son loved the whole visit. We are very instered in going back to see the new exhibites that you are talking about tonight.


debbie   January 8th, 2009 9:32 pm ET

The interview is awesome! My family & I were just there 2 wks. ago visiting Graceland. The decorations are just as they were then, of course, and beautiful. Believe it or not, my great aunt Clara Griffith, lived across the street from the Presely's in Tupelo when Elvis was born.


Tracey Mills   January 8th, 2009 9:32 pm ET

I grew up listening to Elvis through my Mom and Dad! They loved his music and so do me and my kids today! The legend of Elvis lives on... he is still the King!


Kacee   January 8th, 2009 9:32 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis I love you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Julie   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

Hi Larry.

It is indeed a special day... It is my son's 11th birthday. The funny thing is I have always been an Elvis fan since childhood and when we were expecting we had decided on an name which was Aaron Dean (after Elvis Presley and James Dean) my due date was originally January 11th so here comes my lil one and he blesses us on Elvis birthday at that point we decided not to interfer with the gods so we named our beautiful son Kyle. Whenever someone ask I do tell them the story behind the birth of our son. We are honored to share this day with Elvis and many others out there.

Thank you for your time


Brenda Smith   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

Thank-you for having the show on Elvis. I was engaged for 10 yrs to an Elvis tribute artist and he passed away 6 yrs ago at the age of 50. Your show brought back so many memories. I have been to Graceland a few times. Elvis was truly the best and will live forever in our hearts. Happy Birthday to the King.


Cheryl Bryant   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

I have been an Elvis fan for over 40 years. I think Elvis and Priscilla were great together. Priscilla has done him and Lisa right. I don't think she gets enough credit.
I have been to Graceland at least 20 times, when I lived in Bartlett,Tn. It was a great tour and my two oldest granddaughters also went a few years ago. My three kids went with me everytime. They love Elvis too!
God Bless the Presley family for all they do for charities. Priscilla keep it going for another 30 years or more. We need this inspiration.
Thank you for rescuing the horses and taking care of them.
A fan always and congrats on the new babies.
Cheryl Bryant Spanaway,WA


Beverley Kerkes   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

I first saw Elvis in concert in Detroit in 1957. I was 12 years old. I looked at him and fell in love and still feel the same way 52 years later. How I wish I could I could have met him and touched him-just once. ....maybe in the next life I'll get lucky. Happy birthday Elvis.


DONNA SNYDER   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

ELVIS WAS A GREAT PERFORMER LOVED HIS MUSIC,, WENT TO SEVERAL OF HIS CONCERTS HE HAS BEEN GREATLY MISSED. HOPED TO SEE AT LEAST ONE OF HIS CONCERTS ON THIS SPECIAL DAY THANKS PRICILLA FOR KEEPING HIS MEMORY ALIVE


darlene   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

whenever i see a segment or article about elvis i am very saddened i only wish i was able to meet him i have had the great chance to visit graceland with a friend he will always be in our hearts


citizenjournalistreview   January 8th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

I can remember all of us in junior high school wearing our Elvis tee shirts virtually every day.

Many mothers had concerns that Elvis' gyrations might 'corrupt' their daughters. So, they very closely monitored what their daughters were watching (I think they wanted to watch it themselves but couldn't admit it.) I had an elderly neighbor who was very forward thinking. So, whenever Elvis was on the Ed Sullivan Show, she'd have the TV turned on and I'd tell my mother I had to go 'check on her'. It all worked out and there were two 'best friends' (one 12 years old and one in her 80s) watching the gyrations together. My mother never guessed.


Kacee   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

How cool is it to be a person who touched him That's awesome I'm only 15 now so i hate how I never got to see hime. My room is full of his pictures.


Casey   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

I never watch Larry King Live, but I tuned in tonight because I am a huge Elvis fan at only 20 years old. I visited Memphis for my senior trip, even! I've enjoyed this broadcasting of Larry King Live. I think it would have been even more entertaining to have Lisa Marie at Graceland, as well (as some others have mentioned). Still, great episode. Happy 74th birthday to The King.


Alan K.   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

thank you Larry for doing a special on Elvis for what would've been his 74th birthday.
Whats to say about Elvis that hasnt been said a million times before.
Often imitated, but never duplicated, he is the undisputed King of Rock N Roll.
With his swiveling hips and curled lip, he had a voice like no other.

To quote the King, "All I ever wanted was to help people, love them, lift them up, spread some joy"

Gone, but never forgotten, he will continue to live on in the hearts and minds of fans around the world forever.
And you better believe that the day I have children, his legacy will move forward into the next generation.


Annette   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Priscilla thank you for keeping Elvis's memory alive. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and memories with all of us.


Katie   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! You are loved by all and missed deeply! Priscilla, we love you too!


Ingrid Navarro   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

I am from Costa Rica and am enjoying your program tonight on Elvis. Happy Birthday Elvis! I visited Graceland years ago, when I was about 12 years old, (I am 55) and have never forgotten the experience. I remember the gate was open and we just drove to the door of the house. Elvis was not in the property, we were told, but I will never forget that day.


Jeanne   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Priscilla,
I wrote Elvis several times when I was a child, one was a diary of sorts and some 30 pages I sent to him. I never heard back and yet I would like to think that some how he got them and knew that to me, at the time, an 8 year old child, he saved my life. My parents, especially my dad use to be very violent......he would beat my mom often. When he did and I could not "hide" her, I would go in my room and lock the door and listen to Elvis. He would take me away from the yelling and the sounds of fists hitting my mom. I use to have this fantasy that he would come and take me away from there.
I just wanted someone close to Elvis to know what he did for me.

Thank you for all you do!


Ceil Wrightson   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Elvis has always been very special to me. He is my age and my youngest daughter, Sandra, was born on January 8th also so you can see that we have a lot of connections. I think he had it all. I loved his voice and his heart. He was a beautful person inside and out. There will never be another "King"!!!


Cheryl   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Good evening,

I met George Klein when I was in Memphis a few years ago and was lucky enough to have him autograph original newspaper clippings of when Elvis appeared in Toronto, Ontario Canada in April 1957. We fans in Canada are proud to say that our country was the only other country where Elvis ever appeared live. I only wish I could have met Elvis, we love and miss him always, he was truly a lovely man. Happy Birthday Elvis wherever you are (( :

Cheryl Bott
Toronto, Ontario
Canada


Griff   January 8th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Lisa Marie in Pig-Tale looking at her Daddy.... "I love you Daddy"...


David   January 8th, 2009 9:36 pm ET

Happy Birthday and thank you Elvis.


Chrissy Hitchin   January 8th, 2009 9:36 pm ET

How gracious Priscilla is to keep Elvis' memory alive in the way that she has. Afterall, he wasn't a very good husband to her. However, he did afford her the extraordinary life that she has lived since she met him. But that still does not take the place of what she was robbed of by his marital indiscretions. One thing is for certain, Elvis would be so very proud of how she has kept his memory alive. Kudos to Priscilla!


Rosemary S. Hano   January 8th, 2009 9:36 pm ET

Since Elvis was divorced at the time of his death was
Pricsilla named the beneifciary of Graceland and all his assets? If not, how did it come about that she is the spokesperson for his estate? She had done a wonderful job keeping his memory alive.


mark   January 8th, 2009 9:36 pm ET

This Elvis thing wasn't what we had hoped it would be. To much talk about the Travoltas' and Lisa. Didn't see many treasures either. You asked some really insignificant questions. It was blah to say the least.


Dolores Kimball   January 8th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

There will never be another Elvis. He is, and always will be, the King. We will love him forever!


Linda Simard   January 8th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

I just happened to turn to Larry King and seen Priscilla and celebrating Elvis's birthday. Elvis, in my mind, was and still is probably the best singer there is. When he sings his gospels it brings me to tears; they are so heart wrenching. God bless him.


Charlotte   January 8th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

Larry, love your show. Glad to see you are honoring elvis birthday. I met Elvis when I was 14 years old. He stood on an old tree stump inside the gates of graceland signing autographs. This was probably in 1967, I couldnt get over how handsome he was in person. I was visiting my cousin in memphis and she took me there. My cousin was one of the top 10 hairdressers in memphis at the time and had been in graceland before. The only thing I had for him to autograph was a vinyl cigarette case. I was a young smoker. My parents moved us to arizona in 1952 but always went to visit in the summer. My mom was about the same age as Elvis. Her and I have always loved him as so many do. I feel so fortunate to have been standing so close to him in person. I wish I still had that cigarette case, I continued to use it and I guess the autograph eventually was rubbed off. I was just a silly young girl. But I still love Elvis today.


Chris McQueen   January 8th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

Happy B-Day ELVIS! The closest thing to Elvis today is Johnny Harra who played in the Movie "This is Elvis" Im just curios what the Presley Family thinks of Johnny?


Stephen from Canada   January 8th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

I make a pilgrimage to Graceland every 5 years, but in 2010, I'll be there to experience the special moments that will be planned for the 75th birthday celebrations. For anyone who has been putting off visiting Graceland, all I can say is don't put it off any longer. Whether it's the Elvis Week celebrations in august, or the January 8th celebrations in 2010, you have to be part of it. Being among fellow Elvis, die-hard fans, is something that I look forward to during every visit. Seeing the fans from all over the world is proof that Elvis' legacy endures and just shows that he touched fans the world over. He never made it to Europe, to perform in concert, but that hasn't stopped his influence from reaching everyone. ThankyouElvis....thankyouverymuch....!!!


Coop   January 8th, 2009 9:38 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis. I was in my teens when Elvis passed away and still get chills when I see his performance clips and hear him sing. There is no one else like him. Thanks to Priscila and Lisa Marie
for opening up their home and lives so we could all know Elvis a little better.


cirene   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

A National Treasure
The historic Biltmore Estate has a unique place in the heritage of the United States. Its centerpiece, the Biltmore House, is the largest private residence in the America. The house and its many other unique and awe-inspiring features have made it the most visited historic tourist destination in the nation. It receives more annual visitors than Colonial Williamsburg, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, and yes, even more than Elvis’s Graceland. The most visited winery in the country is not in Napa valley – it is the Biltmore Winery.


Mike Rayl   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

Wow 74,... he is 2 years older than my mom..., how time flys...

Has Elvis made more money after his death, then he did when alive???

His manager made 50%... i love him, Elvis...


Linda Wolf   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

What an amazing interview. Loved it. Just visited Graceland last month. Was great to see the rooms again with Priscilla. Happy Birthday Elvis. We will love you forever! Linda


Tanya Lewis   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

Happy Birthday, Elvis!
It would have been my mom's 73rd birthday. She shared a birthday with Elvis. She was a HUGE Elvis fan. She and my dad were in the army with Elvis and we have a picture of my mom with him. She loved Christmas, too. She died 8 years ago yesterday. I miss her everyday. I just bought the new Elvis Christmas duet CD and LOVE IT!
Memories,
Tanya
Arkansas


Gail   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis, Still the KING...Always the KING


Tamara   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

Happy 74th birthday Elvis u will always be missed very much, i love your singing, Priscilla and lisa were blessed to know u, u will always be missed in my eyes. RIP Elvis, your always loved.


:)   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

i'm still looking for the watch it looks sort of like the one from walmart that i purchased..........:)


G Davis   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

So glad to see he is still being remembered on his birthday!! There will never be another one like him!


KIMBERLY   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

LOVE THE ELVIS BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS LARRY AND PRISCILLA LOVE YOU IN TEXAS:)


Mary Jane A Texas   January 8th, 2009 9:39 pm ET

I want to thank Priscillia for sharing information regarding Elvis with his fans. She loved Elvis and gives much of herself to his fans. As I watched tonight, it crossed my mind that when she is gone, our link to Elvis and his life will be gone as well. She has been kind and gracious where Elvis and his fans have been concerned and is our true last link to someone who knew and understood Elvis. Please tell her thank you for sharing a bit of Elvis' life with his fans. She is an inspiration and her love for Elvis is evident still today!

Thank you


Jocelyn from Canada   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

I have enjoyed listening to Elvis for years and still enjoy hearing his beautiful voice and songs. I still have magazines and papers from the early 70's and look through them from time to time. I believe he had such an impact on the music industry. Happy Birthday E.


Cyndi   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

Elvis was and always will be the king.
We will miss him, his good looks, talent, and his "nice guy" attitude!
Wish I could have seen him in concert and saw it first hand.
Happy birthday Elvis!!


Mary from FL   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

Elvis was a true entertainer. His voice was like velvet and he was "a total package" just as Priscilla said he was. I miss him and I miss his music. Congrats Lisa Marie and Priscilla on the new grandkids!


Donna Vaupel   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

Wonderful interview and Elvis and Priscilla and Graceland clips. I had the pleasure of visiting Graceland for the first time last August and it is truly a special place. It is foremost a home, with all the warmth and spirit of Elvis. Thank you to Priscilla and to EPE for sharing this legacy with us. A great way to celebrate Elvis' birthday!


Patty Hammock   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

I was a bit of an Elvis fan back in the early 1960's. What I can't understand is why Elvis is seen as a hero, while other artists who died from drug over doses were just drug users?


Georgina   January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

Love hearing Elvis stories from Priscilla. My sister and I are huge Elvis fans and love the fact that she shows such love and respect for him.


janice howard   January 8th, 2009 9:42 pm ET

I walked 5 mi.to see elvis @ bell auditorium . I still remember that night.there will never be another elvis. he was just an extraordinary person in every thing he touched.I was 11 yrs old then & the only time I got to see him in person. I am now 65 yrs old. elvis thanks for the memories. sincerely. jh


Bonnie Herd   January 8th, 2009 9:43 pm ET

My son is 38 years old now. He was born in July, 1970, but he feels like he has two birthdays because he named after Elvis; therefore until he was in his teens, he celebrated on January 6th also. My son's name is Aron Michael Herd. Until Elvis was in Kansas City in November 1971, Aron's name was spelled Aaron. Then I was lucky enough to talk to one of "the boys" that was with Elvis. At that time they asked Elvis how hw spelled his middle name. My husband explained that we had named our son after Elvis and wanted to spell the name correctly. He told us that it was spelled Aron, so we then went to the Bureau of Vital Statistics and had it changed. He will always be Number 1 in our hearts. I will not call him the King, because he made it very clear that Jesus Christ is the King. He has a beautiful daughter and beautiful grandchildren. GOD bless them all.


BONNIE SWIHART   January 8th, 2009 9:43 pm ET

I ALWAYS ENJOYED ELVIS THEN AND NOW,


Noel   January 8th, 2009 9:43 pm ET

Happy Birthday ELVIS!! Great show and interview. Priscilla and Lisa are doing an amazing job with Elvis's legacy.


Brenda   January 8th, 2009 9:44 pm ET

Long live Elvis,
He brings me much happiness in these depressing times of the world, you also have to remember "Gospel "was his first love of music.

I thank God he brought Elvis to this earth which was not for long!
Long live the King of Rock and Roll, he made this place a better place.

It is the only kind of music that makes sense to my soul, ears and my heart!

Love,
Brenda


Kim and Tony Stewart   January 8th, 2009 9:44 pm ET

Much love to Priscilla, Lisa and family.

Our Best,

Kim and Tony Stewart, author


Jimmy Valentino   January 8th, 2009 9:45 pm ET

I was and I am big fan of Elvis.
He was and will be my best singer and most humanitarian man: Charisma and generosity was parts of his action. Until now, when I have the occasion, I sing almost exactly like him with bands or in karaoke where I had the best prize imitating Elvis as showman on stage and close voice in slow or gospel songs:
My way, I can't Help Believin', All shook up, Blue suede shoes In the Getto, Bossa Nova, etc.
I wish on day I will have a chance to perform in front big audience in Las Vegas with his white jumpsuit, I will be close impressive but never like Elvis.
Love to you for ever
Love to Prescilla,Lisa Marie and to Graceland.
I wish one day I will meet thesenice persons in Real.

Jimmy VALENTINO
PHD Computer Sciences, Montreal Canada
MBA finances
Great fan and imitator of the king of the kings


shirley   January 8th, 2009 9:45 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! We still love you and always will. Many thanks to Pricillia and Lisa for keeping your memory alive and well.


Rosie B.   January 8th, 2009 9:45 pm ET

My husband & I go to Graceland evey August for Elvis Week. We have a great time & have met a lot of wonderful Elvis fans from all over the world. I can't imagine not being there for this Memorial.


Devansha   January 8th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

I was fortunate to see Elvis in concert, back in the 1970 era when he came up to Massachsettes. It is a memory I have kept close to my heart, and have shared with my 9 yr. old grand daughter. She loves his music and collects memorabelia! Elvis was a talent that could not be matched, from his Gospel songs to his movies. He lives on in the hearts of his fans forever.


Brenda   January 8th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

Happy 74th Birthday Elvis!
We Miss you so very much
Thank you Larry for your shows on Elvis
Thank you Priscilla for keeping Graceland and Elvis ALIVE
I still remember where I was and what I was doing the day he died
I had seen him in Detroit earlier in the year. His songs touched my heart back some 40 years ago and they still touch my heart today. I get teary eyed when I see him perform his Gospel songs. He is surely singing them with the Angels Now.
Elvis We Love You


Marion Reap   January 8th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

Great show! Big Elvis Fan, also fan of Shawn Klush and neighbor, there will never be another Elvis, Happy Birthday ELVIS


Nick in Austin   January 8th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

Thanks Larry for having Priscilla on tonight. And thanks to Priscilla and the entire family for helping to keep the memory of Elvis alive and well. What a gift he was to our world, and what a loss when he left us so soon! His music and his love and generosity will endure.

Happy 74th birthday Elvis!


Nancy from Ontario   January 8th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS!


Sue..Kentucky   January 8th, 2009 9:47 pm ET

I still remember his first performance on Ed Sullivan... WOW !! Loved him then..... love him now!! His "spirit" lives with us...... Thanks to Priscilla for allowing us to continue to know him....... she and Lisa have kept his memory alive and been so gracious by sharing his life . We have been able to enjoy in the present things that would have only been in the past.....
Thanks Larry for hosting the "Birthday" Party one more year for the "KING" of rock and roll !!!!!!!


Jamie Kelley   January 8th, 2009 9:47 pm ET

Hi, Larry and Priscilla,

Pretty amazing, 74 years, and posthumously still going strong. I know I can speak for fans everywhere that he was truly one of a kind – and the many people who don't understand his impact really haven't explored the man's life and career to a proper extent.

As a 28 year old singer who was and is very influenced by Elvis, exploring his music is truly facinating – he truly was a natural genius in his art, for those willing to look and forget the false stereotypes that are so often in front of people when his name is mentioned.

Thank you, Larry, for taking the time twice a year to recognize a talent that has been an influence and an inspiration for generations, and doesn't look to be ebbing anytime soon.

Sincerely,
Jamie Aaron Kelley


barb   January 8th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

Thanks so much for the Elvis rememberance on his special day!! There never will be another "total package" as was the King. In my family, we are FOUR generations of Elvis fan and we are keeping the dream alive. The littlest kids in the family know the words to Elvis songs & aren't the least bit shy of belting them out! I think he is the most iconic figure of the 20th century.


Lisa Dravis   January 8th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

Of any entertainer that I have ever heard of, Elvis is hands down the best. I was 14 when he died and me and my mom mourned him like he was one of our family. During the year, my love for him has grown. My name is Lisa, I have a daughter named Priscilla(from the Bible) and my mom was a twin. I feel that Elvis is close to me in spirit and he would have been and is to me my best friend. I was also married on May 1st and not because of it being Elvis' day. People tell me, oh he is dead and I shouldn't feel so strongly twards him but I tell them he is not dead to me. When I married my exhusband back in 1982, he took my Elvis collection out back when I wasn't home and shot them up. Recently, I had all my Elvis cd's stolen at work but it does not stop me from collecting and loving him more. This past September, my daughter took me for my first time to Graceland. It truly was one of the best experiences of my life and I will go back again some day.
Lisa D. from GF, Montana


Barbara   January 8th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

Elvis -– The King of Rock n Roll will live on forever !!!


jim lo stuto   January 8th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

I am 9 years old and i am doing a oral report on Elvis tomorrow in school. is there anything special that you can tell me that i can share with my class,


Cheryl   January 8th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

Elvis rocks!!!! wish he was here......Happy Birthday


Sherry Hammer   January 8th, 2009 9:49 pm ET

I love Elvis when Elvis died i went to Graceland. couldn't get in
but got some leaves off the trees got flowers off his grave i really enjoyed my trip. I hope i can go back someday and go inside
Graceland. Thank you Pricilla for opening Graceland to the public.
I will be a Elvis fan forever !!!!


ravenwing   January 8th, 2009 9:49 pm ET

I was blessed enough to see Elvis in concert with my mother in Austin, Texas, April 1977, just a few months before his death. We won two fourth row tickets. What a magical night it was. I was only 17 and as far as I was concerned the biggest fan he had from the day I could spell his name. My whole family loved his music and admired who he was as a person. Even as I turn 49 tomorrow I still remember the day I heard on the radio driving home from swimming that Elvis had died. There are two who contributed so greatly to our history's entertainment and fantastical exhilerations that I can never imagine what this world would have been like without them – Walt Disney and Elvis Presley.


Tricia Z   January 8th, 2009 9:49 pm ET

Wow, people are so judgemental and jealous of Priscilla. I believe in love forever, even if fate brings a divorce. It is wonderful that she continues to celebrate what they shared, lived, and her continued love for him. I was a little girl who use to pretend Elvis was my boyfriend and I would kiss a pole on our porch and pretend it was him. After growing up I saw the spirit and kindess in his soul and I regret never getting to see him in person and hope some day to visit Graceland. My heart and prayers to his family, it is a great loss.


Geneva   January 8th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

My heart swells with overwhelming love at the thought,site, or at hearing Elvis or his name. EVERYTHING about him makes me quiver. I was born after he passed away, yet I miss him as if I personally knew him and spent time with him. When I was just a few weeks old my mom put on an Elvis record and she says I made the happiest sounds and it only happened when she put Elvis on. He electrifies my soul. I can't remember a time not loving Elvis. When my friends were obsessed over New kids on the block I was obsessing about Elvis. haha My dream of all dreams is to see Graceland with Priscilla or Lisa Marie, since they can bring Graceland alive in a way only those who lived there and knew him could. They do a fabulous job at keeping his memory alive as only they could!


Elvis' Princess   January 8th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

Happy 74th birthday Elvis my dear....God knew how special you were and was very selfish when he decided to add you to his list of angels!!! I love you so much and you have deeply changed my life!! xoxo you will forever live on in my heart <3


sonia   January 8th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

How I Loved Elvis, I always lessoned to him when i was a child he got me throw the worst of my chld hood.. thank you Elvis happy Birthday Sonia


jaime   January 8th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

I WAS ONLY 8 WHEN ELVIS DIED, BUT I HAVE LOVED HIM FOR AS LONG AS I REMEMBER. HE IS SUCH A WONDERFUL PERSON. SOME TIMES WHEN I WATCH HIS DOCUMENTRIES I BALL MY EYES OUT. I USED TO HATE PRISCILLA FOR LEAVING HIM AND MAKING HIM SO SAD TOWARDS THE END BUT NOW I REALISE THAT THEY STILL LOVED EACH OTHER. AND IN MANY WAYS I THINK HE LEFT HER FIRST.


Debi   January 8th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

I'm 55 yrs old and still love to see any Elvis shows. I hope I can make it to Graceland this coming year. It's really a wish of mine. I got to see him Live in Concert in Cleveland, Oh. about a year before his passing. It was the great time I have ever had, I have a little yorkie named Elvis so the memory is always with me, It's silly I know, but he's the King of the neighborhood.. See you in Graceland...


Erin   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

Elvis will continue to be popular for decades to come.
Will always be in my heart. I listen to his music and still a fan. I think God for Elvis and his special voice. He was a special entertainer and will still a special Spirit.
Hope to some day see Graceland. Thanks for continuing to show programs about Elvis. Priscilla for keeping Elvis alive at Graceland.


angela   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

What planet is Suzi Orman on? Doesnt this woman get it, people DO NOT HAVE the money to pay off their debts, they dont even have jobs. And the fact that she is wealthy herself of course makes the fact that Obama is rethinking taxes something she endorses. I am not surprised, futher evidence of the great divide.


cindy   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

i thought the show was nice but too much on the horses and not enough on the house and the fans


Patsy   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

Happy Birthday King ! Your music will live on forever. Play some beautiful music for my husband Jack, he's up there too. Long live the King!!!


v cleary   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

Elvis was a man flesh and bones was blessed with a wonderful talent but certainly not a King just a human being not perfect and should not be worshiped.


Tammy Richards   January 8th, 2009 9:51 pm ET

I thank Elvis was a wonderful person and I wish that I knew him in his prim. So I wanted to wish him a Happy Brithday on his special day. Love ya Tammy


Julie D.   January 8th, 2009 9:52 pm ET

Seeing Priscilla sharing her memories was wonderful. The joy that Elvis brought to many lives is tremendous. I first watched him on the Ed Sullivan Show while a patient at Warm Springs Foundation. My room was full of other patients gathered around the tv to see this new singer/entertainer. Many of us were in body casts receiving spinal fusions but our entire focus was on the tv and this handsome and energetic young man. I was one of the youngest at 13 but the enjoyment Elvis gave to everyone of us with his records and music was enjoyed every day and could be heard throughout the halls. I wish I had been able to let him know what an impact he had on the teenagers in this place in 1956-57. My heart is filled with gratitude whenever I think of Elvis and his contribution to us during this challenging time of our lives. I will always remember...


Nat   January 8th, 2009 9:53 pm ET

I emigrated to Ontario, Canada from Europe in 1958. I spoke no English. The first time I heard of Elvis was when a friend took me to see Blue Hawaii. I went back to see Blue Hawaii three times that same weekend. Needless to say, I was hooked. Withouit any doubt, the very best entertainer of the 20th century.


Margaret Minter   January 8th, 2009 9:53 pm ET

Just wanted to wish Elvis a Happy Birthday. I freally enjoyed your program tonight on Elvis . I loved him so
. I listen to his music all the time, I miss him so. Hard to believe he would have been 74. I have been to Graceland twice and hope to go back again soon. I loved it therte.Long lived the King.


Pattie   January 8th, 2009 9:53 pm ET

My 12 yr old grandson has been listening to Elvis since before he could walk. We had a juke box & had nothing but oldies on it. He especially liked Jailhouse Rock & wanted to hear it over & over. As he got older he learned which buttons to push to hear it. Now he knows more about Elvis than anyone I've ever met. He was in his school talent show performing Hound Dog & brought the house down. Check him out on YouTube, (Larry as Elvis)... Elvis has been a wonderful influence on his life & a terriffic role model. Better then the singers out there today for sure. I would be happy if he grew up with Elvis' loving, giving nature. Thanks to Priscilla & Lisa for keeping his spirt alive for our younger generations. He was and is a joy to watch.


dewanna   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

happy birthday ELVIS baby ! thats what we called each other i met him in monroe, Louisiana. i miss you ! i can tell you he loved pris , but he was very hurt about the divorce, his real hurt was her taking Lisa away from Graceland , he said that everything he loved had left graceland most of all his mother,, cilla, and lisa. he told me he not have a normal relationship with anyone congrats LIsa your daddy loved you more than life itself . thank you pris you are doing a good job el would be proud of you. thanks to larry for helping to keep his memory alive


Rollande Gatineau Quebec   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! No one can forget a person like you that reached the heart of his fans with music, movies and lots of love.

We will always enjoy seeing him on Television and in movies and hear Priscilla talk about him the way she does.


Alicia   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

We can never ever forget Elvis. He was a phenominal entertainer musically and misguided and directed on his movie choices. That was no fault of his own. However, he gave this world a lot. I don't know of any other entertainer ever who has given so much as Elvis, charity, personally or otherwise. As for Prisciila, don't say a word unless you have walked in her shoes. Elvis loved her til the day he died, and she loved him. She put up with more than most women would if their husband was cheating every chance he had, and publicly. I really appreciate what she has done for Graceland and for the fans, by keeping Elvis' memory alive. I love Elvis and miss him. I was 17 when he died and am grateful the I was in this world at the same time. You are missed and loved very much. Happy Birthday Elvis and lets keep him going every Jan/Aug.


Michelle Farr   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS. Thank you Priscilla for keeping Elvis's memory alive for all of us to love. It is wonderful that you and Lisa Marie are doing so many wonderful things for others around the world of behalf of Elvis. He would have wanted nothing but the best for you both and this is probably the best way you could have done it, to give to others as he had always done.


doug inCanada, eh?   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

I believe the reason Elvis is so popular today is that he showed many of the characteristics we all we wish had more of: compassion, integrity, talent, Faith, love....etc. I wonder, had he lived, would he have reverted to singing Gospel full time? After all, that was his favourite type of music....I believe he would have...

by the way, Griff...if you don't have anything positive to say....


Joan Servis   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

Thank you, Larry, for having the birthday celebration for Elvis. I am a big fan. My favorite song he sang was "Blue Christmas". I even gave the piano sheet music to my son and asked him to learn to play it for me. He had never even heard the song as he is a young man in his 50's. So, this past weekend he was visiting me from California and he sat down at the piano and played it for me. I hope he watched your show tonight.


Darin Scheiding   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

Elvis impacted our society as a whole in many ways and still does . Just look at the sales of his music and memorabilia . Graceland and EPE I think he is proud of the direction things have gone since he left us. And proud of those like Lisa Marie , Precilla and others who made it happen.
Not everyone has to be a fan like myself but you have to respect what he did and the mark he left on this world.
Happy Birthday King of Rock ...... You made a difference in this world Elvis thank you.


bob   January 8th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

happy birthday elvis .say hi to my buddy peanut in heaven. tell him i miss him


Sue   January 8th, 2009 9:55 pm ET

I remember the day Elvis died, I was at home waiting for the birth of my first child, remember watching the news and was shocked. He was very talanted.


Shelley and Mike   January 8th, 2009 9:55 pm ET

Happy 74th Birthday Elvis!!! Priscilla and Lisa Marie–Thank you for sharing Graceland with Elvis fans. Each time we visit it is a joy to be close to Elvis. We were lucky enough to be at part of Elvis Week 2007. That we will never forget it.


julie   January 8th, 2009 9:55 pm ET

I never had the opportunity to see Elvis Presley in concert unfortunately. Recently I had to do research for a school project
I knew that Elvis was extremely popular and his legacy has stood the test of time.I saw many photographs of him in books looking at them I reaized that there was something that was spiritual and innocent in his face thats when I discovered his Gospel music. This is the Elvis Presley that I want to remember.Priscilla I admire you so much in your own right for all of your contributions


Jon Cotner-Borrows/mysteryman1835   January 8th, 2009 9:55 pm ET

Quote:
"Patty Hammock
January 8th, 2009 9:40 pm ET

I was a bit of an Elvis fan back in the early 1960’s. What I can’t understand is why Elvis is seen as a hero, while other artists who died from drug over doses were just drug users?" unquote

maybe- while others who really take drugs (illegal stuff – not the prescripted once ) lost weight instead of increase weight ???

ups... did is say to much ?
he he he just spelling the stone...

so i say it that way:

Who ever have ears should listen
Who ever have eyes should see
Who ever want´s to know more should research now.....

So what is the biggest INTERNET Site in our days ??
right you tu..
so start there:

HAPPY 74 Birthday to Elvis ARON Presley
may God bless
TCB/TCH


Tricia A   January 8th, 2009 9:56 pm ET

Elvis was my first love, and at the ripe old age of 62, I still mourn his loss. No entertainer (including the Beatles) has ever had such an impact on me as did Elvis. I still have my original Elvis Presley Fan Club card. I finally visited Graceland in 2007 – I know I will go back again. Thinking about him today, on the occasion of what would have been his 74th birthday, makes my heart full and still brings tears to my eyes. When I look at Lisa Marie, I see Elvis – so he lives on through her.


Colleen Turcotte, Canada   January 8th, 2009 9:56 pm ET

Since singing along with Elvis at 3-years of age, my devotion to him has remained my whole life through. I thought the biggest thrill of my life was seeing him perform live at one of his last concerts in Detroit, then
visiting Graceland twice, but the best thrill was last March when I finally made it to Tupelo. There I discovered we both had a poem that made significant marks on both of our lives as children. The poem is "IF" by Rudyard Kipling. I now have a copy of it on the wall in my Grandsons' guest room.
Thank you Priscilla for keeping his memory alive. I enjoyed watching Larry King this evening and seeing Graceland agåin. I believe Elvis will always be with us in his enduring spirit. Happy Birthday Elvis!


Susie Roberts   January 8th, 2009 9:56 pm ET

Happy Birthday to our one and only ELVIS! Thank you Larry and much love to Priscilla and Lisa Marie, her husband Michael, and their new treasures. Wouldn't Elvis have loved to be with those babies!!

I love Elvis and thank him to this day, for all the incredible music and love that he gave to this world. For the incredibly short amount of time he was here on this earth, just look at what all he gave. The man was amazing vocally, and it touched millions of peoples souls...still does, mine included. To this very day, when I hear his voice, it gives me goose-bumps. I admire his generous soul and his caring heart. No, he wasn't perfect, as not one of us are, but he gave his best......and we appreciate it so very much. A treasure without a doubt! Bless his heart! I was only 15 when he died, and have NEVER gotten over it, not really. What an impact he had and has on our culture.

Thank you to the lord above, for sharing him with us, even for the short time we had him......and we hope that everyone is enjoying his 74 Birthday, I'm sure heaven is "Rock'n" tonight.

All my love – Thanks again Larry, and Priscilla you are the BEST!


Brenda D   January 8th, 2009 9:56 pm ET

Thank you for the great show!
I was so blessed to meet Elvis and go to numerous concerts.....he was a very special person. I miss him so much and love seeing and hearing "new" bits of information about him....please continue to keep his memory alive. God Bless You!


kollette   January 8th, 2009 9:56 pm ET

I never truly liked elvis till i visited Graceland. That place can truly transform a persons view on "the King". I have to say that after visiting there I became a true elvis fan. Thank you for keeping it open for us to see and share in his life. if you have not visited there I highly suggest it. its beautiful and peaceful and worth every penny.


Maxine L. Shatley   January 8th, 2009 9:57 pm ET

I read the majority of the blogs and I'm disappointed in some of the responses on this memoriable day. Priscilla did love Elvis and for reasons, we don't know, she had to leave him. Together, they had a beautiful daughter that looks so much like her dad. I'm so glad that Priscilla has taken on the job to help keep "ELVIS ALIVE" and to keep the beautiful estate alive. Elvis had a beautiful voice and he loved to entertain for the people. I have been to Graceland and it is a beautiful old home. It's a home that people love to come visit and remember how the man who use to live there and who was so instrumental in moving Rock and Roll into the spotlight for so many up and coming entertainers. Remember how he was down cast on TV and radio stations because of his vulgar moves. "Gosh, I loved those moves". My father was in the hospital when Elvis passed away in 1977 and it made him so sad to hear about his death (not knowing he would be passing himself in November). We all loved him. We all love his family and we appreciate them sharing what was the KING's with the public. I hope Elvis is sitting beside the Good Lord above and singing some of his most beautiful gospel songs.
God Bless Priscilla and Lisa Marie and her family and God Bless America
MLS


Joyce Loebertman   January 8th, 2009 9:58 pm ET

When Elvis passed away My sisters and My mother and myself would make two trips a year to Graceland, On his birthday and on the anniversary of his death we would always look forward to these wonderful trips. From our very first visit when all we could do is stand at the gate and cry to the last trip were we take the tour time after time. If you are a Elvis fan you must go you can really feel Elvis there ..ELVIS IS GRACELAND. What a beautiful place fitting for thr KING OF ROCK and Roll.


Dawn in Florida   January 8th, 2009 9:58 pm ET

There are a few days that stand out so vividly in my childhood. One is when I woke from a nightmare & my mom let me watch Elvis in his Hawaii concert. This was the 1st time I saw Elvis Presley and I fell in love. I was 4 years old.
One of my saddest memories was August 16, 1977. I was 8 years old & on the swingset in my backyard when my parents heard the news of Elvis's death and my mom cried. I can remember feeling a tremedous loss for this most wonderful man. I cried as if my best friend had died.
I am now 40 years old & have been a lifelong fan of Elvis. His spirit & God given talent has touched my soul in a way that no one else ever will.
I pray that his soul is at peace and I wish him a very Happy Birthday!!!


Juanita from Utah   January 8th, 2009 9:58 pm ET

TODAY IS MY BDAY TOOO (35)!!! Happy Birthday to all the other Elvis fans who were born on this wonderful day!


Pat   January 8th, 2009 9:59 pm ET

Enjoyed the show. I am from Tupelo, MS where Elvis was born. The Elvis Presley Birthplace and Museum celebrated today with birthday cake, and there was a show here tonight celebrating his music.


vic freeman   January 8th, 2009 9:59 pm ET

luv this interview with Cilla Presley.. Elvis will always be in our hearts!! Thanks Larry for having Elvis on your show!!!


laura molina   January 8th, 2009 9:59 pm ET

Happy Happy Birthday Sweet Elvis

I have loved for as long as I can remember, when God made you he made a one of a kind. He made you for all of us to love and treasure. There will never be anyone like you again, I believe you will live on forever, and there is no one else you can say that about. How I wish I could have met you or seen you in concert. One of my biggest regrets!!!! You were truly beautiful and special, We Love You Elvis


Donna Allen   January 8th, 2009 9:59 pm ET

Congradulations to Lisa and Husband on the birth of their twin girls.

I would like to thank Lisa Marie and her family, and Priscilla Presley for sharing all the memories they have of Elvis with us, his fans. I think Priscilla Presley is not only beautiful but very kind. She has been the reason we have had Elvis in our lives all these years since his death and for that I thank you. I will always love Elvis. I am 61 years old female who has spent my years raising children and now I have 4 grandchildren. I have been blessed. I do not have a lot of memorabilia of Elvis. I have only been to Graceland once. I live in Monroe, LA and I went to both of his concerts. One day I hope to go to Graceland again. Until then, I feel blessed that you share your memories of Elvis, his music, and his performances. Thank you again. He will always be that once in a lifetime performer that as of now, no one living can hold a candle to Elvis. This world was blessed with this special man. Then God blessed Elvis with Priscilla. Thank you. Donna Allen, West Monroe, LA


Marie   January 8th, 2009 9:59 pm ET

ELVIS PRESLEY was born with a heart of gold. He had everything, but yet he was so sad. He truly made an impact on my life. I have loved Elivs my entire life. I have always wanted to visit Graceland, but I don't know if I will ever be able to afford it. I think that going to Graceland would be just incredible. I am so glad that Pricilla and LIsa Marie has continued to keep Graceland alive through Elivs. My parents listen to the Gaithers daily, sometimes all day long, and I know that Elvis, the Gaithers and all the other gospel singers are having a great Pentecostal time. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ELVIS. HOPE TO MAKE IT TO GRACELAND ONE DAY.


Joyce   January 8th, 2009 10:00 pm ET

Priscilla,
I have lived in Memphis all my life and will never forget Elvis. His music was and will always be the best ever !!!!!!

Thank you for keeping his memory alive.


Mickey   January 8th, 2009 10:00 pm ET

I just visited Graceland last week and it was spectacular to see Elvis's home.....It was amazing walking through their home and seeing all of the things that Elvis loved...I am a big fan of Elvis....He was the most handsome person ever! And a great entertainer....I think that Elvis and Priscilla always loved each other...Perhaps if he had lived long enough, they would have found their way back to each other...What a beautiful couple they were!


Tim   January 8th, 2009 10:01 pm ET

I think it would be neat if Lisa Marie would do a video / song with her father, just like Hank Jr done, with his dad. I have been to GL 2 times over the years and found it to be very interesting. The amount of awards that Elvis has recieved is amazing. I think Lisa Marie should continue her singing career, it is amazing, how much she resembles her father.

One more thing, I was wondering if the estate of Elvis, still has the car, that was given to Elvis, by a fan by the name of Jimmy York, from Strasburg, IL.? The car was a turquois colored Lincoln Continental, about a 1976 model, he also left some land in the area to Elvis.


David from Memphis   January 8th, 2009 10:01 pm ET

Let's all remember we are talking about the EX. Read the record; Elvis would not be impressed, without a doubt. Why don't Larry ask about Elvis's blood kin that he cared so much for and the way they have been treated by the EX. That would be quite a show!!!


CONNIE   January 8th, 2009 10:01 pm ET

THANK YOU PRISCILLA FOR KEEPING ELVIS ALIVE FOR ALL HIS FANS. I WISH HIM A HAPPY 74TH BIRTHDAY. MY DAUGHTER WAS BORN ALSO ON JAN 8TH AND MY SON WAS BORN ON MAY 24TH PRISCILLAS BIRTHDAY. HE WOULD HAVE BEEN SO PROUD OF HIS TWIN GRAND CHILDREN. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND GRACELAND PRISSCILLA AND LISA MARIE


kathy   January 8th, 2009 10:02 pm ET

I was a hugh fan of the king and always will be to the day i die.My heart goes out to his daughter and grandkids and family.Priscilla you were a wounderful wife and mother knowing how hard it was to be a normal family,to be able to go out and walk down the street or go to the movies,He is so loved by people that we all sufaticated him to the point he couldn't do anything that we all do.For him to do anything he would have to do it at nite. he brought us so much joy and happiness into our lives.As a teen i remember just sitting in my room listening to him sing or watching his movies over and over again,it made me so happy.god bless you Priscilla and Lisa Marie and your family's,And thank you Elvis for coming into all our lives.


Megan   January 8th, 2009 10:02 pm ET

Elvis is FOREVER!!! Thanks to Priscilla for all her dedication to the legacy of ELVIS PRESLEY... Elvis we miss you!!!


Priscilla   January 8th, 2009 10:03 pm ET

I loved you in 1955 and I still do. Your great talent will never die. You are immortal and truly The King of rock n roll. Forever baby and for all eternity. Happy Birthday.


Betty   January 8th, 2009 10:03 pm ET

Larry, Thanks for the memories of Elvis. He was and will always be the greatest singer.


Joe   January 8th, 2009 10:03 pm ET

WE LOVE ELVIS PRESLEY MY TRUE AMERICAN HERO AND WE ALSO LUV CILLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


angela   January 8th, 2009 10:03 pm ET

I would like to further add that virtually all of Ms. Ormans advice is based on the premise that you are earning enough income to support yourself and then have some to spare. Suzi, your advice is dated, get out of the 80's, and stop chewing people out while your at it..


tina gries   January 8th, 2009 10:03 pm ET

hey
iam a big fan of elvis prisileys. music and his songs. and so is my dad and mom we where shocked when he passed away, in 1978. i was on 13yrs at the time, i rememer that day very whell. it was verey sad when it happened i was at my grandmas and so was my sisters and brothers and my dad had to go pick my mom up some where at the time, and it came over the radio that he passed away. and tv, and we lost it. i think the whole world lost somoene specole. when we lost him, i love all his movies and his music i manily love the movie BLUE HAWAII, and JAIL HOUSE ROCK. and we have all his movies. whell i have to say my brother usto to pretend he was him in concert, at our home. and we had to have to through water at him.and towels at him. and a week later we missed him in concert in 1979, i was about 17yrs old , and we almost went but we didnt go at the time, but i wish we had the time to go to see your husband in concert. we will always miss him pricilla, and yes you have two beatufal granddaters, and yes ELVIS would love them two girls.. and i have LISA MARARIE on my myspace . i hope to talk to a friend i hope,,,,whell please you and your family take care ok.. love my family to yours ...

your fan tina

tina gries...


Betty   January 8th, 2009 10:04 pm ET

Thanks for sharing Elvis with us. As a 66 year old he still gives me the chills when I hear his beautiful songs as well as seeing him on tv. I still have a 6ft Elvis under my bed. He is THE KING.
Long Live Elvis


Erin   January 8th, 2009 10:04 pm ET

Elvis touched many hearts and will continue too. We were all blessed to have been gifted with Elvis's music. No entertainer has been able to come close to Elvis's legacy or talent and charm. Hopefully with his memories we can continue to keep him alive.


Rhoda   January 8th, 2009 10:04 pm ET

Im an a big fan of Elvis and have lots of his things. My bonus room is all Ellis. I I saw Priscilla recently in North Hollywood at Smokey Joes Cafe Concert and walked right next to her. I really wanted to say hello but felt I should respect her privacy so I didnt. The show had the performers sing different Elvis songs and I had wondered how hard it was for her. Priscilla thanks for keeing Elvis alive for us. Rhoda, Reseda, CA


cam   January 8th, 2009 10:04 pm ET

HAPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS.. PRICILLA I WANT TO THANK YOU AND LISA FOR KEEPING GRACELAND LOOKING SO BEAUTIFUL, WE VISITED GRACELAND LAST YEAR AND LET ME TELL YOU, I JUST WANTED TO CRY. I KNOW YOU AND LISA AND YOUR GRANDCHILDREN WILL KEEP HIS MEMORY ALIVE. THANK YOU .

LOVE, CAM


Marilyn   January 8th, 2009 10:04 pm ET

I was very disappointed in Priscilla"s interview tonight. She seemed as though she was doing a job talking to the public tonight. I can not imagine being married to Elvis and not being aliitle more emotional. I love him and his music and have thought about him and listened to satellite radio all day in honor of him. Is that what money or being in the public eye does to people? How sad!!!!!! I miss all my family members everyday of my life and they were just plain people. I sometimes wonder if she realizes how lucky she was!!!!! Money does that to people. I am glad I am poor but rich in heart!!!!!!!


wade   January 8th, 2009 10:06 pm ET

i think the stimulus package is bad it want help ppl with new job's if there's no demand for there product company's want hire more people an also dem.said the war in iraq was wrong but yet obama want's to send 20,000 troops to afgan so the war marche's on what change are we looking for ? ty larry for the great job you doing


Joy Taylor   January 8th, 2009 10:08 pm ET

Thank you, Priscilla, for keeping Elvis' legacy alive. Without you and your work for the estate Elvis would only be a memory...not a legend. I first saw him in 1956 when he performed at the Charlotte Coliseum with Bill Black and Scotty Moore. He looked straight at me and pointed and sang to me! His charisma was magic, and I was sure he was singing just to me! His eyes were so expressive. Everyone else probably felt the same way. I was about three rows away and when he left the stage afterwards we went onstage and spent a few minutes talking to Bill and Scotty...getting their autographs... and holding Elvis' guitar. I never saw him in person again but was overjoyed when he went back to his roots and made the gospel album. God bless you and Lisa and your families...and Happy New Year!


Mark Lane   January 8th, 2009 10:09 pm ET

Elvis at she was the greatest!!!!No one but Priscella knows what she went through. Unless you were in her shoes!!!
Happy Birthday Elvis....wish I could have meet you in person.


Margaret Rabalais   January 8th, 2009 10:10 pm ET

Elvis- Happy Birthday! I love you and miss you so much! I think about you, talk about you and listen to you everyday. Thank You for your wonderful music and your love. You have made everyday of my life better because I have your beautiful music to listen to.
Priscillia and Lisa- Thank You from the bottom of my heart for all your hard work you both do in Elvis' name. He would be so proud of how you have takin' care of business.
Lisa and Michael- Congratulations on your beautiful twins.
Happy New Year to all of you!

Love, Margaret Rabalais


Marguerite McLaren   January 8th, 2009 10:14 pm ET

I am 68 years old. I was a religious nun during Elvis's fame. Our son moved to Memphis last year so there was the possibility that we would visit Graceland. After viewing "He Touched Me" special last October, I was totally obssessed with Elvis's Gospel music. This past November we visited Graceland, purchased his cd on Gospel music, and I hasve been playing it 24/7. He uplifts my soul, does more for me right now than my Sunday mass, and I must say that that this new experience is a real breath of fresh air in my soul. Thank you Elvis.


Gerhard   January 8th, 2009 10:14 pm ET

Larry, thank you for celebrating Elvis' birthday and having Priscilla on your show. I happen to get to know Elvis and his music only when he died in '77 growing up in Germany as a teenager. I remember that I was listening to all his music, watched all his movies and collected every information about him. I was crazy about Elvis. Now, I am living in the US and visited Graceland twice. Thanks Priscilla, you are doing a wonderful job! Music is a passion in my life and going throughout the different genres of music throughout the last decades Elvis still seems to be present. Bottom line: Elvis is still magic! His music,his voice and him as a great human being. I'd give something to meet him in person. – Elvis you are the King of Rock'n Roll!


shele   January 8th, 2009 10:15 pm ET

Any one know anything about Elvis Jr.?............is he for real Evlis's son?


tina gries   January 8th, 2009 10:15 pm ET

when GOD TOOK you to heaven you left all your loved ones behind and went in piece and GOD called you home to him...
to be with him and the angles,,,and your mom....so now rest.
and go play lovely music for them and your mom....

YOUR FAN WHO MISS YOU,,
TINA GRIES...


Simone   January 8th, 2009 10:16 pm ET

Hi, first of all, thank you larry for giving us the joy of having priscilla in your show, i am a 29 year old woman from Brasil, my birthday is on feb 1st, just like lisa, and i feel blessed for sharing the same birthday with her. I love Elvis Presley since i was 12, and i just wanted to say that the first thing i did when i came to live in USA was to visit graceland, A DREAM COME TRUE, beautiful and i will have those memories for the rest of my life, i try to go back to graceland ever since, and everytime it gets better and better, i live in kansas city MO, and hope to be there again this august and finally be able to meet the presley's family in person and shake hands with them... much love to you all and happy new year.


fiorella   January 8th, 2009 10:17 pm ET

Thank you Larry and Miss Perscilla for keeping Elvis` memory alive. I am a really big big big fan of Elvis and will always be one of his biggest fans. He was taken away from the world too soon. I regret I was not able to see him live in concert, but I never pass up the opportunity to watch his movies or see one of his concerts on t.v,
I recently had the honor of touring his beautiful home of Graceland. I was so excited that I couldn`t sleep for days before the trip. It was a dream of mine for many many years to come to Memphis and see where Elvis lived. I had the opportunity of meeting the famous Mr. Lansky during our stay at the beautiful Peabody Hotel. What a treat that was. He was an amazing gentlemen with wonderful stories to tell us about the King and his Clothes..... He also went as far as to get us his personal chauffeur to drive us to Graceland. What an awesome Man....I feel as though I was the luckiest person alive during our stay in Memphis. I felt very close to Elvis and I was sad to leave your beautiful Home. Thank you for allowing the public to see where Elvis spent his time . I really trully appreciate who Elvis was as a person after seeing all his humanitarian awards and medals. Now I know why he was The King....because he looked after his people. I will always treasure my time at Graceland. If you want to see something incredible that will change the way you think forever, don`t miss The Graceland Tour. You will never forget it....... A once in a lifetime opportunity. Fiorella from Canada


Shelley Sanders   January 8th, 2009 10:18 pm ET

All of us die-hard fans of Elvis look forward every year to seeing just a glimpse of something we may have never seen before. Larry King, you want to know what the attraction was....that is what you asked Priscilla....well, look at him, listen to him sing with that golden voice that never hit a sour note.....what can we say.

Fans like me dreamed of marrying him and we just knew that he loved us as much as we loved him. When we heard he got married, we were jealous until we saw the most beautiful woman that could only be the one that could possibly claim to be Mrs. Elvis Presley.

Elvis is still singing the song. We can still hear him.

Nothing you say will ever deter the fans. We just don't care what dirt you want to dig up on him. We don't care. We still keep our fantasies about him.

I might as well add something else here. I am sick of the people who make fun of Lisa Marie. They talk about her like she came from a comic strip. I applaud her for her kiss-my-a** attitude.

Thanks to Priscilla for making sure that everything is still the same at Graceland and opening it to the public.

And for the people who say they loved Elvis and then tells me a song is their favorite that plays on the radio over and over again on the oldies station. I say "YEAH, RIGHT!" You then have never really listened to Elvis.

Well, I guess I am done now. So I'll shut up.

But like Priscilla said, "I'll spend the rest of my life defending him."


lorna   January 8th, 2009 10:18 pm ET

When I was a young girl I was in Memphis and I heard this great guy who was singing on the jute box.. I believe it cost my dad a dime to hear the song. I asked the manager of the diner who this was he said a local kid named Elvis Presley. I dimed my father to death and he was so tired of hearing him on the jute box I thought he would pull me out by my hair to get out of there. I came home told all my girlfriends about this guy and they didn't believe me that someone could be that great. A few months later he was on the Ed Sullivan show. They called me up immediately yelling and carrying on about how great he was. I never missed a song, a movie or anything after that. Went to one of his concerts in Iowa and no one can imagine only the people who have went to his concerts the electricity that he put out. I was fortunate to go to Graceland 2 weeks before he died. It was a trip I will never forget. To this day I play Elvis songs. It took a long time to get over his death as I still had the feeling like millions of others it wasn't true. I get disgusted with people who have things bad to say about Elvis. Thanks to you and Lisa Marie you continue to show the true and loving person Elvis really was. Elvis would be so proud of you and Lisa Marie for what you have done. Keep up the good work and remember we will always love Elvis. So Happy Birthday Elvis and may your songs and movies live on for many many more generations


Terry James   January 8th, 2009 10:18 pm ET

I seen Elvis in concert and it was the best concert I have ever been to. He is truly the King. Thank you Priscilla and Lisa for keeping Elvis’s memory alive for all of us to love. Happy Birthday Elvis


Linda   January 8th, 2009 10:20 pm ET

I've been an Elvis fan since I was 10 when I first heard his music. John Lennon was right. Before Elvis a younger generation had nothing to connect to. He literally started a musical revolution. It was phenomenal to have experienced that. When I first saw him on TV and in the movie theatre in Love Me Tender, he immediately became larger than life, and he has remained larger than life to this day. Elvis music was alway in our lives. I grew up with their family. I was married the year after Elvis and Priscilla, (similar wedding dress) My daughter was born 1 year after Lisa, When I went through a divorce, my daughter suffered problems with bulemia at the same time that Lisa was having problems. This is what I want to say. We tried everything, to help my daughter. Back then they didn't have a lot of information on how to treat bulemia. We sought medical, psycological, and actual hospitalization. Yet , through all of that, my daughter has always believed it was Elvis' music that got her through that very difficult time. My daughter and I made our first trip to Graceland in 2006 together. It was absolutely wonderful to be there. It's been my daughter Leslie's dream to someday have the opportunity to tell Lisa in person just how much her dad's music helped her during that time and to share with her why. I'm writing this in hopes that Priscilla will read this. Elvis' special gift was a wonderful soul. and that's where I feel his music actually came from. It's obvious Priscilla is still connected to his essence and his soul. We all feel connected, so I can only imagine she feels it even more having known him since she was a teenager. My biggest regret is that I never saw him live. Unlike many entertainers that have passed away, Elvis' energy still feels earth bound and ever present. This is what feels so very special about the essence of Elvis and the world loves him and he touched the world. I would love to have heard him verbalize what it was like to have that much energy or love directed toward him.? After 31 years we still miss him.


Annette   January 8th, 2009 10:20 pm ET

I love Elvis. When I die I'm having his version of My Way played at my funeral. I know I won't hear it but it is one of my favorites, and like Elvis it describes my life. I also love his version of How Great Thou Art. LOL who am I kidding I love all his songs. Elvis was the King on Earth and I bet hes the King in Rock and Roll Heaven. I'm so glad he left us Lisa Marie, I love her music too.


Patricia   January 8th, 2009 10:22 pm ET

I must say that I still love his movies, particularly the one with Ann Margaret. They are always a breath fresh air, especially in light of the trash level of todays' movies.

When my friend and I get together for a vacation, we pop our CD of Elvis favorites and have a ball as we travel and reminisce

.


Sherry Doran   January 8th, 2009 10:22 pm ET

Happy birthday to yhe king of rock & rock,you will always live in my heart forever.I got to visit Graceland on 11/29/2008 a dream come true for me,when I walked the front doors of the house it was breath taking!I could feel his presence in every room I could not help but cry in the thropy room looking at his jumpsuit's and watching the clip of his last concert.His music is played in my car or home everyday,I also have two room's in my home that is nothing but Elvis! I took a picture taken of me at the front door og Graceland and had a throw made for one of my room's it turned out great!Thank you to pPriscilla & Lisa for allowing me into you home and sharing some many wonderful this about THE KING! Love you all Sherry Doran Kingsport,Tn


Roberta Gallant   January 8th, 2009 10:22 pm ET

Hello, Elvis,

Happy birthday! Throughtout your lifetime, I lived at the Laconia State School and Training Center (a residential placement) in Laconia, New Hampshire. At Laconia State School, I watched you on a black-and-white television set. On television, you were a fabulous figure! I enjoying watching you sign, dance, and play your guitar on the air.

Roberta
Concord, New Hampshire


JAN   January 8th, 2009 10:23 pm ET

THANK YOU PRISCILLA FOR ALL YOU DO IN ELVIS MEMORY
YOU ARE TRULY "KEEPER OF THE FLAME -DREAM- ELVIS
WOULD BE SO PROUD OF E.P.E AND HOW YOU TURNED GRACELAND INTO WHAT IT IS TODAY, I HAVE BEEN THERE AFTER IT OPENED IN 82- AND WAS THERE IN -2005-25TH
I WENT TO THE SHOW WITH ELVIS AND HIS BAND – ELVIS WEEK-
AND I ENJOYED IT --- I WANT TO COME BACK THIS YEAR AND SEE ALL THE NEW THINGS THAT GRACELAND HAS- I THANK YOU AND LMP FOR KEEPING THE MEMORY OF THE GREATEST
- KING OF ROCK AND ROLL – ELVIS-
THANKS AGAIN JAN BECKETT – A TRUE PRESLEY FAN-


Memphis 1944   January 8th, 2009 10:25 pm ET

Isn't it amazing that someone who is loved as much as Elvis, can still bring smiles and adoration 31 years after his physical body is no longer with us. As Priscilla said, Elvis' spirit is alive at Graceland. What an amazing talent and man. He loved his God, family and country. I'll always remember in one of his interviews, someone asked him a political question and his answer was "he didn't think that he should comment, that was personal and he shouldn't influence anyone". Something to that affect. Too bad entertainers today don't feel that way. Thank you Priscilla for giving us the chance to share Elvis' home. We love him so.


Anna   January 8th, 2009 10:25 pm ET

Thank you for commemerating Elvis's 74th birthday! He was and forever will be the greatest person who entertained us passionately, shared generously, loved enormously and believed in God faithfully. His life was short but his memory will live forever.

Elvis impacted my life greatly. Till this day he inspires me to be respectful, forgiving, generous, kind, passionate and caring.

I wish more people would be like Elvis what a wonderful world this would be!!

Congratulations Lisa on the birth of your twins. Thanks Priscilla for taking care of business and for keeping his memory alive!!


jim ponegalek   January 8th, 2009 10:26 pm ET

HI LARRY AND CILLA I WAS IN THE ARMY WITH BIG E IN GERMANY BEEN TO HIS HOME AT VERN HIEM SAW YOU CILLA MANY TIMES YOU WOULD,NOT REMEMBER ME ONLY IF YOU SAW ME . HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG E I,LL NEVER FORGET YOU AND CILLA ARE JUST AS GOOD LOOKING NOW AS THEN AND I KNOWN YOU STILL LOVE VERY MUCH TAKE CARE I REALLY MISS THAT BIG E LOVE YOU BOTH AND GOD BLESS YOU YOUR BEST FRIEND BIG JIM NOT GOODBYE JUST SOLONG


JES   January 8th, 2009 10:27 pm ET

Memories'
Yes, pressed between the pages of my mind...
Elvis' you made a lot of people very happy.
Happy Birthday to you!

You are still in the minds and hearts of a lot your fans.
Me for one.

Thank you... Yes' thank you very much!


Megan   January 8th, 2009 10:28 pm ET

Thanks, Larry for having Priscilla on the show and for remembering Elvis on his 74th Birthday. I know Priscilla must be exhausted.

I was at the the Birthday celebration this morning at Graceland. I was no more than three feet from Priscilla, and sorry to disturb those that despise Priscilla, but she is absolutely beautiful. All of those stories about her face being seriously altered are simply not true. Seeing is believing. She has hair like silk, her skin is like a 25 year old. She is tiny, almost frail, very petite. She has the voice of an Angel and also the smile. I know Elvis would have been very proud of her. Maybe she used some injectibles in her face, so what? She is stunning, folks. She as sweet as she is beautiful. Accept it folks. Elvis saw her and that was it. He was not wrong.

Priscilla has been more than kind to Elvis' memory. It is clear she still loves him to this day. She left him yes, but how would any of you care to walk a mile in her shoes? Married to a man that every woman wanted to sleep with, constantly wondering....They were a family. The public did not want THEIR Elvis to have a wife and child. They wanted him to belong to them. How could she fight that? He loved to perform, he adored his fans, and he adored his family. One cannot have it all. I think they did the best they knew how at the time. Someone had to make a choice. They were still friends, still on the telephone. Can any of you imagine the courage it took for that tiny woman to divorce Elvis Presley? Things had to be hopeless and unhealthy. Think about it. She loved him. There had to be another side to the story.

Happy Birthday, Elvis. Thank you, Priscilla for helping to make his day memorable. I am certain he is smiling down from heaven.


Melody G   January 8th, 2009 10:32 pm ET

If you are an Elvis fan you absolutely have to go to Graceland at least once, it is a beautiful and peaceful home and you feel Elvis' spirit. Although I do get frustrated that Priscilla has so much to do with the estate even though she was not his widow but his ex wife, I do appreciate that we fans are given the blessing of being able to be so close to him and what he loved. I would love to see Lisa Marie spend more time doing what Priscilla does, she is the true Presley heir.


Jean Olszak   January 8th, 2009 10:32 pm ET

I have been an Elvis fan since 1954, when I was seven years old and saw him on his first TV appearances. I describe Elvis as the best looking man to ever walk the face of the earth, and the best singer of all time. You will never be forgotten, Elvis. Happy Birthday. I will love your forever. When I walked into Graceland for the first time in November of 2007, I was in complete awe.


Melanie Renowden-Wilson   January 8th, 2009 10:32 pm ET

What a tremendous privilege it is to be able to walk through Elvis' home and feel his ever present spirit throughout those rooms. I have been to Graceland twice and plan on returning again soon. If Elvis were here today in the physical sense, I have no doubt that he would be so very proud and grateful to Priscilla and to his beloved daughter, Lisa, for opening up his home to the public and for continuing to carry on his traditions of love, life and help to those in need. May God Bless both of you and your families. The two horses you have adopted are beautiful. It is wonderful that they have found a peaceful home such as Graceland in order to live out their days.


arden   January 8th, 2009 10:33 pm ET

Who owns Graceland now? What is your and Lisa Marie's actual involement with the actual owernship of Graceland?


Teresa   January 8th, 2009 10:33 pm ET

Priscilla Presley has been an admirable steward for the memory of Elvis. She has so many of the same qualities she attributes to Elvis; humility, loving spirit and devotion to Elvis and his memory. Even though she suffered some very difficult times during their marriage, she has the wisdom and love to concentrate on his good points, and to be a faithful supporter of his memory and legacy for all of his many fans, and most importantly to Lisa Marie and her family.

Lisa has been so fortunate to have the parents she has. Priscilla has been lovingly honest about his faults as well as his good points. Over the years I have become more and more impressed with Priscilla's strength and charisma. She is a strong person who is unwavering in her commitment to Elvis, Lisa, and her entire family.

Priscilla has a beautiful smile, which she flashed often in the pictures and home movies with Elvis and Lisa. I wish she would smile more in public appearances, because she definitely lights up a room with her wide gorgeous smile.

The Elvis Special, also on tonight, is fascinating. One of the most endearing moments was when Priscilla and Lisa were giggling over Priscilla's pregnancy trepidation. It displayed their love and bonding. All of those private moments are a tribute to Priscilla's strength as a mother and a wife.


Gina   January 8th, 2009 10:33 pm ET

From the time I was big enough to sit in front of a black and white tv, I loved Elvis. I used to tell my parents that I would someday marry Elvis. They would laugh but I as many others, meant for it to really come to be.

I was 16 and working at DogPatch USA outside Harrison Ar. A phone call came for me at work that day from my mom I knew it wasn't good. I returned her call to find out that Elvis had died. What a terrible day. I had always planned to meet the King someday and so I had a great deal of regret knowing that would not ever be possible.

I am grateful to Pricilla and Lisa and all the hard work that goes into allowing us to go to Graceland and re-live some of our dreams that might otherwise go forgotten.

Thanks, Larry. We love you too!


Jas   January 8th, 2009 10:36 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis ... Wish you were here.
Elvis is the perfect package!


Linda & Michael Ramsey   January 8th, 2009 10:39 pm ET

Happy BD Big E!!!!! We visited Graceland in October and found out I have great taste in China..Displayed on the dining room table is the same patern of Noritake china that I own!! woww..You will always remain in our heart and was honored to walk in the very rooms that you walked..You were God's gift to us all...Linda & Michael Ramsey


Sheila Carr   January 8th, 2009 10:39 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis I saw Graceland for the first time in August of 08 thank you Pricilla and Lisa Marie for allowing me to share Elvis's life and home with a long time fan. So happy about the horses Elvis would have been so proud, and Lisa Marie so happy for you and hubby on your new baby twin girls, wish you guys all the joy and love they bring love Sheila from Virginia Love you Elvis 4-ever


Judy   January 8th, 2009 10:39 pm ET

Thank you Priscilla for keeping the memory of ELVIS alive for all of us. I am a huge ELVIS fan and just watching him or listening to his music makes me feel happy inside. Someday I hope to visit Graceland, it is my dream! ELVIS will always be THE KING!!


JAN   January 8th, 2009 10:41 pm ET

THANKS PRISCILLA- YOU ARE THE KEEPER OF THE LEGACY
OF A GREAT MAN- I HAVE SO MUCH LOVE FOR THE ENTIRE PRESLEY FAMILY- I ONCE MET UNCLE VESTER AND HAVE HIS BOOK AUTOGRAHPED BY HIM--- I HAVE BEEN TO GRACELAND SEVERAL TIMES- 82- WHEN YOU OPENED IT- THANKS!!!!!!!!!
90,2005,25TH ANNIVERSARY- I SAW YOU BEING INTERVIED FOR THE TODAY SHOW- THANKS FOR KEEPING HIS MEMORY ALVIE- AND CONGRATS TO THE ENIRE FAMILY ON THE BIRTH OF THE NEWEST- MEMBERS -YOUR TWIN GRANDBABIES-
TAKE CARE – JAN A LIFETIME FAN TCB-


Cherry B   January 8th, 2009 10:42 pm ET

Thanks, Larry, for honoring Elvis tonight. I live in Tupelo, Ms, his birthplace, so we're pretty familiar with him here. Elvis has become such a great piece of American history. Not just entertainment, but our cultural history. It appears he'll always be remembered well. Thanks for giving us such diverse shows. Seems that you have plenty of topics these days. With all the bad news, it's nice to see something like tonight's show.


Tammy T. from Lincoln, Ne   January 8th, 2009 10:42 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elivs.You are the king.


tina gries   January 8th, 2009 10:44 pm ET

I THANK YOU PRISELA ,FOR KEEPING ELVISES.DREAM ALIVE FOR HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS.AND THANKS FOR CELEBATING IS 47TH BIRTHDAY,I THINK HIS FANS WOULD LOVE THAT THAT YOU ARE DOING THAT FOR THEM KEEPING THAT STILL ALIVE FOR THEM.I WISH HE WAS STILL ALIVE TODAY ME AND MY DAD, WE STILL LISEN TO HIS MUSIC AND WATCH HIS MOVIES,WHEN THEY COME ON THE MOVIE CHANELL 47.EVERY YR THAT HIS BIRTHDAY ROLLS AROUND..AND MY SISTERS BIRTHDAY IS JANUARY IS THE 26TH AND NT NIECES IS FEB 9TH,,,I KNOW THOSE YRS MEEN SOMTHING TO YOU,,,I TOLD MY MOM SOMDAY I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE MY KIDS BORN ON YOU BIRTHDAY,JANUARY8TH, THAT WHOULD BE COOL, WHELL I HOPE YOU STILL KEEP HIS MEMORIE ALIVE TILL THE END OF TIME....AND HE WILL ALWAYS BE THE KING OF ROCK OF ROLL.. IN MY EYES..

ELVIS FAN TINA GRIES....


JAN   January 8th, 2009 10:51 pm ET

Thank you, Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley for keeping the memories of a wonderul man and entertainer alive for all of us to still appreciate.
I visited Graceland for the third time this fall and it's still unreal to me after 30 years what affect Elvis had on all of us. It's like Elvis never left the building. AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Bobby   January 8th, 2009 10:55 pm ET

We are true Elvis collectors and fell in love with the DVD Elvis Lives,
we anted to know if there will be the second one coming out that was done last year. We have had many friends over to see the first one and would love to have the second one. Watching the DVD makes you have chills when watching Elvis in the background with his band and his backup singers.

We love Elvis!!!


Anne   January 8th, 2009 10:57 pm ET

I'm 61 and still get the same feelings today as I did so many years ago to hear Elvis sing and entertain. He still makes me remember special times listening to his songs. And yes, he still makes me cry because he's gone. Elvis continues to be TCB around our family entertainment.


Carla   January 8th, 2009 10:57 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! Just wanted to let you all know that I've been an Elvis fan since I was 5 years old. That's when I first heard of him and to this day I want to express how much I appreciate his music and watching him is always a pleasure. I have all his concerts on VHS which I slowly collected through my growing up years and although my parents were so protective of me because I was born with Congential Heart Disease, therefore, they never let me go see one of his concerts but my life was better because when I listened to his music and watched him on T.V. and reading his books he is still to me the most generous person I've ever known, so thank you Elvis. You will always live on in my heart. His gospel songs I especially adore. I know that they have put out a DVD of his gospel songs and would love to own it but I no longer work due to my condition. I want to express my appreciation to Priscilla Presley and Lisa Marie Presley for keeping his memory alive for all his fans. Ciao for now.


Frank   January 8th, 2009 10:59 pm ET

God Bless you on your birthday....you are deeply missed rest in peace our dear friend


Cheryl in California   January 8th, 2009 11:00 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis – I still, and always will, miss you!


Tommy Sayors   January 8th, 2009 11:00 pm ET

I always enjoy watching your Elvis shows Mr. King but I don't understand why Priscilla Presley is always on them? Lisa should be hosting the show and not her Mother who obviously enjoys the limelight way too much and portraying The Kings Widow when she was Elvis's EX for 5 + years prior to his death. Priscilla even has a boy from one of her former live ins so why all the hoola with her hosting the Elvis shows?
This woman can't seem to ever get enough attention sadly enough.
Elvis's daughter Lisa Marie should host the shows and not Elvis's EX Wife.


Donna Paulus   January 8th, 2009 11:01 pm ET

Priscilla and Lisa
It is so nice to keep the Elvis homestead going for all the Elvis fans.
I have always wanted to come down but every time I try to plan a trip something happens that I cant make it. I have always said before I die I want to see it. Time is running out for me though, I am going to be 50 in a few weeks. I hope my dream will come true.
Lisa I have all your music too. And hon you look just like your daddy.


Bryan   January 8th, 2009 11:03 pm ET

I could be wrong but I've often thought that Larry is smitten with Priscilla & that's one of the reasons she's asked on the show.


Joan Nash   January 8th, 2009 11:05 pm ET

THANK YOU for keeping Elvis' memory alive for all his fans.We were at Graceland in 2005.We loved it.It is so beautiful.Forget the ones bad mouthing you Priscilla, anyone who watches the specials can see the love you,Lisa Marie, and your parents have for him.How could you not love a person so giving of himself.I hope you enjoy the new babies and congratulations to all on the twins.Please keep up with your specials on Elvis and Graceland.You are the luckyest person to have Elvis love you and you him.Your love will be there until the day you die.THANK YOU.......THANK YOU .....THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!! Happy Birthday Elvis.I wish I could of seen a live performance but your fans will all love you and your family.Thank you Priscilla!!!!Elvis is looking over you and your family.A Canadian Fan


Carla   January 8th, 2009 11:12 pm ET

My childhood dream was to visit Graceland. I just turned 52 and had the privilage to vist Graceland on Valentine's Day 2006. I was so happy to stand in the hallway and realize that something I wished for all my life came true. I have all my records from my teen years and still feel like I know the family personally. I would have loved to meet Priscilla in person. She was someone I know I could have been good friends with. I wish her much happiness in her future with her family.
God Bless the Presley family for all they gave us.


Tania   January 8th, 2009 11:13 pm ET

We have 1 person to thank for all this & her name is Marion Keisker.

On July 18, 1953, Presley went to Sun Records' Memphis Recording Service to record "My Happiness" with "That's When Your Heartaches Begin", supposedly a present for his mother.[During his initial introduction at Sun Records, assistant Marion Keisker asked him who he sounded like. Presley replied: "I don't sound like nobody." On January 4, 1954, he cut a second acetate. At the time, Sun Records boss Sam Phillips was on the lookout for someone who could deliver a blend of black blues and boogie-woogie music; he thought it would be very popular among white people. When Phillips acquired a demo recording of "Without Love (There Is Nothing)" and was unable to identify the vocalist, KEISKER reminded him about the young truck driver named Elvis Presley. She called him on June 26, 1954. Presley was not able to do justice to the song (though he would record it years later). Phillips would later recall that "Elvis was probably as nervous as anybody, black or white, that I had seen in front of a microphone."

I've been to Graceland and Sun Records twice, each time learning new things about the King! HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS! I wonder what you'd look like now. Hope you and Marion raise a beer or two!


Lena   January 8th, 2009 11:14 pm ET

My family and I were able to visit Graceland last Oct. For all those people that are fans and are not, should visit Graceland it was truely inlightening. I really think we all came home with a different understanding of Elvis.I can't wait to visit again,We all would love to move in that area now.I am greatful for the gift of Elvis's music and as Priscilla said he was truely the whole package! I listen to his music almost everyday and will forever.My kids ages 14 and 16 also enjoy and love him too. I hope one day they will introduce Elvis to their kids. We also enjoy his movies -- Thank You


Rita, from Virginia   January 8th, 2009 11:26 pm ET

Thanks Larry for honoring Elvis on his birthday. I wish he had lived to see his grandkids! Your show made me remember what was so special about Elvis and I thank you.


littlone   January 8th, 2009 11:28 pm ET

Larry King, my Mom and I went to Gaceland in 2004(we got lost on our way back from Panama beach...we played hooky for afew days and ventured to Memphis.Graceland was very cool and the wall outside was awsome to see all the fans from all over the world wrote,I climbed high and could not find a spot without writting over someone elses message(sighed the curb instead).my Gram and Pappy always listened to Elvis everyone sang along us kids too.We had the whole day there and I enjoyed the car area the best.My Mom and me had along ride back to Canada and talked alot, we had a feeling of sadness when we talked about how sad and lonely Elvis must have been to pass on the same way my great aunt passed.I have learned alot from Elviss music and life,I feel us kids dont understand why Elvis passed and maybe you could find answers so us kids loving the music field and admiring Elvis can feel all there is to feel and understand why he was not saved.I dont mean any disrespect but the truth will set us all free because Elvis has fans that feel deep sorrow at the same time as feeling great love for him.I did like to watch the show and hear that there is more stuff at Graceland ,the fans will forever support Graceland +Memphis and the enterprise but I think the fans want the full story of his passing also. Thank You


elaine holgate   January 8th, 2009 11:37 pm ET

My first boyfriend when I was 10 yrs.old was Elvis Presley.On my birthday my father gave me my first portable record player with a beautiful Elvis album.I remember screaming when I saw his handsome face.His voice was as smooth as honey.
I have listened to him over the last 50 years and as we all know
there is only one ELVIS.
Priscilla looked beautiful on Larry King Live to-night.
She still loves Elvis.Thank you for showing us the happy memories
you had at the pink mansion.You bring back our youth when we see you and hear your stories.
The beautiful horses you have adopted look very happy.
Thank you again for sharing. .God bless you and Lisa Marie
and all the grandchildren.
love from Canada


jim ponegalek   January 8th, 2009 11:40 pm ET

HELLO ALL ELIVS FANS I BEING OLD NOT MUCH TIME ,I HAVE THE 24GOLD GLASS THAT ELIVS HAD ON WHEN HE WAS PLAYING POOL IN POOL ROOM AT GRACELAND WHEN HE GOT HIT ABOVE THE EYE HITTING THE FRAMS I GOT THESE FROM ELIVS MANY YEARS AGO ,WELL I,AM WILLING TO PART WITH TO A REAL FATHFUL FAN THAT WILL LOVE THEM AS MUCH AS I HAVE THANK YOU JIM E-MAIL J.JRANCH@FRONTIERNET.NET GOD BLESS


John Hanley   January 8th, 2009 11:42 pm ET

While keeping with the majority, I would also like to wish Elvis a Happy Birthday! I respect him perhaps for different reasons than most. I respect his service when drafted. While stationed in Frankfurt, Germany, I visited the Kasern where he was stationed. I believe it was Edwards Kasern where part of the 3rd Armored Division was based. They had quite a lot of memorabilia there and I wonder what happened to it all once we pulled out of Frankfurt. I found Elvis to be a good person and role model but did not see what all the excitement was about regarding his singing talents. I did find he improved with age and actually liked a few of his later songs. As an actor, I am sorry to say, he simply didn't measure up. His movies, in my opinion, were B Grade at best. I know this will upset the majority of folks who have made entries here but it is my opinion and I believe I am entitled to it.


TEQUILA   January 8th, 2009 11:51 pm ET

HI,LARRY,THANKS FOR LETTING THE FANS OF THE WORLD,TO WISH THE KING OF ROCK N ROLL A CHANCE TO WISH ELVIS A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY,AND TO SAY THAT ALL ELVIS FANS WILL ALWAYS RMRMBER HIM FOR IS GREAT MUSIC,ELVIS WAS SUCH A GREAT PERFORMER AND HE WILL ALWAYS BE.WHEN YOU LISTEN TO SOME OF HIS MUSIC,YOU COULD RELATE TO IT.THE ONE THING THAT WAS SO GREAT ABOUT ELVIS WAS THE LOVE HE HAD FOR HIS MOTHER,HIS MOTHER HAD A BIG INPACT ON HIS LIFE THOUGH GOOD AND BAD,I ONCE REMEMBER ELVIS SAYING THAT,MOM IF I EVER MAKE IT,YOU WILL ALWAYS BE TOOK CARE OF,HE REALLY LOVED HER.THE FIRST SONG THAT ELVIS WROTE"THATS ALRIGHT MOMMA",HE DID FOR HIS MOTHER,HOW MANY OTHER ENTERTAINERS HAS DONE THAT.I DONT RECALL ANY TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE,DO YOU LARRY?BUT I COULD BE WRONG,BUT ANYWAY ELVIS'S LOVED HIS MOTHER,THE DAY HIS MOTHER PASSED AWAY,REALLY TROUBLED ELVIS FOR A LONG TIME.BUT YOU KNOW LARRY,ELVIS STILL HAS THE CAR HE BOUGHT FOR HIS MOTHER,HE WAS SO GOOD AND GRATEFULL WHEN IT CAME TO HIS MOTHER.ELVIS WILL ALWAYS BE A PART TO ME,HIS MUSIC HAS MEANING AND FEELINGS BEHIND IT,ITS LIKE WHEN YOU LISTEN TO IT,ITS AS IF YOU ARE IN THE SAME ROOM WITH HIM,THE SONG MEMORIES IS A VERY SPECIAL ONE TO ME,WHEN I LOOK BACK WHEN I WAS GROWING UP,I REMEMBER ALL THINGS THAT MY FATHER HAS DONE FOR ME-LIKE ALWAYS BEING THERE,I STILL HAVE MY FATHER TO THIS DAY,HE WAS A BIG ELVIS FAN AS WELL,I REMEMBER MY FATHER SEEING ELVIS IN JACKSONVILLE,FLA BACK IN THE 70'S,JUST BEFORE ELVIS HAD PASSED AWAY,MY FATHER HAS TOLD ME THAT ELVIS WAS ONE OF A KIND AND THOUGH THE YEARS GO BY,HE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.SO HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE KING.YOU ARE LOVED AND MISS BY MANY.BUT THERE IS ONE THING I HAVE NEVER UNDERSTOOD IS WHY PRISCILLA WOULD NEVER REMARRY ELVIS AGAIN,HE REALLY LOVED HER AND I KNOW SHE DID LOVE HIM TO,SO BUT NOT ONCEHIS HEART WAS BROKEN BY THE LOSS OF HIS MOTHER,BUT AS WELL THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE TO,BUT WHAT WAS SO SPECIAL HOW HE ADORED AND LOVED LISA MARIE SO MUCH,HIS ONLY DAUGHTER FULIFIELD HIS HEART AND TO INSPIRE HIM MORE AND MORE-THATS ONE REASON WHY THE SONG MEMORIES IS SO SPECIAL-HE WOULD SING IT TO HIS DAUGHTER THAT HE LOVED DEARLY.I KNOW ELVIS WOULD OF LOVED TO BE HERE NOW AND BE ABLE TO BE WITH THE ONES THAT HE LOVED.TO ALL OF THOSE WHO REALLY NOT KNOW WHY ELVIS FANS STILL MOREN OVER HIS PASSING,THEN YOU REALLY DONT KNOW MUSIC,AND THE CONCEPT ABOUT IT,IS BECAUSE YOU REALLY HAVENT LISTEN TO HIS WORDS WHEN HE WOULD SING,HIS MUSIC HAS INSPIRED,HELPED PEOPLE GET THOUGH THINGS IN THE OWN LIVES,ELVIS WOULD TAKE ALL THAT SADDNESS,WORRY,STRESS OR ANYTHING AWAY WHEN YOU LISTEN TO ONE OF HIS SONGS.ELVIS COULD RELATE TO THAT,SO HIS MUSIC ELVIS COULD EXPRESS HIS OWN FEELINGS ABOUT THINGS THAAT OCCURED IN HIS LIFETIME AS WELL.ELVIS HAPPY BIRTHDAY-THANKS FOR FOR PRISCILLIA,AND LISA MARIE FOR KEEPING ELVIS MEMORIES ALIVE,AND LETTING FANS TO REMEMBER ELVIS FOR HIS LOVE OF MUSIC AND INSPIRATION TO ALL THE FANS THAT ADORES HIM-HE WILL ALWAYS BE WITH THE FANS,AND THE FANS WILL ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIAL PLACE IN THEIR HEARTS FOR ONE AND ONLY KING OF ROCK N ROLL ELVIS. THANKS AND MAY YOU ALWAYS REMEMBER THE KING-HE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. WE MISS YOU ELVIS AND THANKS LARRY FOR HAVING THIS EDITION ON YOUR SHOW TONIGHT AND FOR PRISCILLA MAKING IT HAPPEN AND KEEPING IT SPECIAL TO ALL THE FANS-THANKS PRISCILLA FOR ALL THAT YOU HAVE DONE FOR ELVIS,THAT JUST SAYS YOU REALLY LOVE THIS MAN,THAT SAYS ALOT. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY LOVE, TEQUILA


Jane   January 8th, 2009 11:55 pm ET

I loved the show about Elvis, but I was just wondering about his grandson. You hear a lot about his granddaughter and the twins, but never his grandson. I heard that he looks a lot like Elvis, but I have never seen a picture of him. I am sure he is a very nice young man and very lucky to have a grandfather like Elvis.


carol smith   January 8th, 2009 11:58 pm ET

elvis is the greatest i am one of his biggest fans i have a big selection of his movies and i have a three year old granddaughter who loves listing to elvisand watching hes movies great work Priscilla and Lisia for keeping graceland opened for fans like me to come and see i hope to meet you both some day when i get to come back to graceland lots of love for every thing you do to keep the memorie alive


carol smith   January 9th, 2009 12:00 am ET

thanks for everything happy birthday elvis


Yaron   January 9th, 2009 12:07 am ET

Dear Larry,

Isn't it time to leave the Travolta's alone with their grief?

You have been obsessed with the Travolta's loss almost everyday.

No more talk on this subject {please}


Mike Anderson   January 9th, 2009 12:18 am ET

Lets celebrate Elvis' 75th in Las Vegas next year!!!


ReJeanna Fischer   January 9th, 2009 12:20 am ET

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS


SHIRLEY   January 9th, 2009 12:22 am ET

i grew up with all of elvis's music and he was and will always be the KING..it was a bad tradegy and he will always be remembered by millions...too bad he never had a chance to enjoy grandchildren....take care from ontario,canada......shirley......also i am 60 and hava 14yr old son that really loves and play the music i have of elvis.....also his one costume for a halloween party 2 yrs ago was of elvis white sequins jumpsuit


Pilgrim   January 9th, 2009 12:24 am ET

Such beautiful memories posted by Priscilla, thank you for sharing.


Michael   January 9th, 2009 12:24 am ET

God Bless You. The King that started it all!


jax nickels   January 9th, 2009 12:26 am ET

Priscilla, how do you stay looking so young?


J.D.Hanks   January 9th, 2009 12:27 am ET

He was the total package. There will never ba another like him....he was cool man.....


Tami in Mississippi   January 9th, 2009 12:28 am ET

I am thrilled that so many people around the world honor Elvis on this day. He truly left his mark on rock n roll and continues to influence generations today. Though he died before I was even born, I love Elvis and his music nonetheless. Elvis makes me proud to be a Mississippian!


Carmen L. Skeparnis   January 9th, 2009 12:29 am ET

Priscilla is as timeless herself as Elvis. She is represents Grace as Elvis represents Graceland. She should be proud to keep the legacy alive as wll as Lisa Marie. I am sending my love and best wishes to the King on his 74th Birthday!!!


tammy   January 9th, 2009 12:30 am ET

i hope priscilla has a great life, you can see the love she has foe elvis, who cares she is the ex, as we all know she was his heart. to spend her life holding on to peices of his past shows how much love she has for elvis. i do hope she is loved as much by lisa ! i wish her the best, ad i hope she is happy at graceland.


Trish MacDonald   January 9th, 2009 12:33 am ET

I always feel very humble celebrating my own birthday on January 8th and feel something of a connection to Elvis. Growing up I watched all of his movies and Blue Hawaii was my all time favourite!
I thank Priscilla for taking her time to celebrate his birthday at Graceland and for sharing it with Larry King! It is a birthday present for me as well! Thank you all.


Sherry Bellenfant   January 9th, 2009 12:34 am ET

I remember fondly Elvis coming to Middle Tennessee State University(I believe it might have been still called a college then). I'd never been so excited in my life. It was just one of those thrills and times that you can never forget. I even remember what I wore!!! I love Elvis' gospel songs the best. There was just absolutely no one like him nor will there ever be. A beautiful voice from Heaven.


Hank Zoeller   January 9th, 2009 12:34 am ET

Larry, love your show you are a King. Just Like Elvis. Fortunately, his legacy is his music and his ledgary generousity. My wife is a devoted Elvis fan. Two Kings on one show.....


Holly   January 9th, 2009 12:35 am ET

I was 7 when Elvis died. I remember being there at Graceland waiting in line to view his body. Everything seems so much bigger when you are little. I remember listening to my parents Elvis records on my record player when I was little. I still love Elvis' music and my three year old daughter likes Elvis too. When she sees him on t.v. she will say, there's Elvis. I bet Elvis would be so proud of his twin grand daughters.


Monda   January 9th, 2009 12:37 am ET

Happy Birthday Elvis,

Just wandering if Elvis and Priscilla had a son instead of a daughter, what would his name had been? Thanks for a good show.


Barbara Swarnes   January 9th, 2009 12:38 am ET

I'm enjoying watching your show tonight.....just wanted to say that I wanted to visit Graceland for YEARS, not really sure what to expect but wanted to say it was better then I even thought it would be. It is so well planned out, all the different showrooms!! My Husband surprised me with the visit and I'm planning on visiting again and taking my Grandchildren. The price is very reasonable, making it where everyone can visit. Thank You!!! Barb


Gail Russell   January 9th, 2009 12:39 am ET

I came up in the 70's watching Elvis and loved every single performance.I loved getting ready to watch the movies of Elvis after our dinner. Elvis was definately a good looking man.
Some would believe that was an understatement, even I believe it.
Priscilla looks good after over thirty years. Goodnight.:)


Bev Hardy   January 9th, 2009 12:39 am ET

I want to thank Priscilla and Lisa for sharing their wonderful memories. It is heartwarming to see the deep love they have for Elvis.


joy   January 9th, 2009 12:39 am ET

I love when you have Priscilla Presley on and celebrate Elvis Presley's life and legacy. She certainly shows sincere love for him and Graceland. Elvis was a big part of my childhood and teen memories. My mom loved Elvis as well. She went to see him in Maryland at the Baltimore Civic Center. I was very pregnant at the time and did not go with my mom and two sisters. I really wish I had seen him in person. I thought he was a wonderful entertainer and had a very loving humble heart. God Bless to Priscilla, Lisa and family and keep up the wonderful work they do on behalf of Elvis. Many thanks!


Johnny Steeb   January 9th, 2009 12:40 am ET

I grow up with Elvis in my High School days in N.J. We had his songs playing every Saturday night in the H.S. gym at our dances along with Chuck Berry, Bill Haley and the Comets, Little Richard. It hard to believe that it has been such a long time ago. I still play his songs and have his CD's and video's.

Thanks for the memories

JS


Brian in Chicago   January 9th, 2009 12:44 am ET

Thanks for the great birthday celebration for the King of Rock 'n Roll with the Larry and Priscilla! I'm so glad you appreciate the importance of these Elvis events and broadcast live interviews with Priscilla. It's always great to see her and hear about their lives together. And just as importantly, I'm so impressed and comforted to know that Priscilla and Lisa Marie are both compassionate animal lovers and are advocates for helping rescue four-legged friends! As Elvis once sang, "How GREAT Thou Art? Bravo you all !!!!


Fayclis   January 9th, 2009 12:46 am ET

To this day when I hear that fabulous voice I stop what I am dong and listen. There will never be another like him again, ever.


Jim   January 9th, 2009 12:47 am ET

You know you're an Elvis fan if you have an Elvis ornament on your Christmas tree. Happy birthday Elvis and Merry Christmas!


Lissa   January 9th, 2009 12:49 am ET

It's refreshing to see Priscilla so poised and relaxed on your show as we celebrate Elvis' birthday. I haven't seen her in the news/tabs in quite awhile. We lived next door to each other in Wiesbaden, Germany in the 60's. Her parents (Ann & Don) and my parents were friends. I spent many hours in their apartment when our parents socialized. 'Cilla' was never there at that time but I do recall being in her bedroom watching tv the night Marilyn Monroe died. We didn't have a tv so it was a big deal. I was a tomboy (Priscilla wasn't) and I use to play baseball with her brother Donny. I remember when her twin brothers, Timmy & Tommy, were born. When my Dad retired in southwest Missouri , Ann & Don came to visit my folks. I was always in awe of Cilla even though we never spoke. I sure wish I had kept the 45's that her Mother gave to me. Elvis would send her the latest 45's and sometimes there were duplicates. Occassionally we would take the same bus to school and I can remember barely being able to climb the steps when I'd follow her onto the bus.
Thanks Priscilla for keeping memories of Elvis alive and best wishes to you.


edith   January 9th, 2009 12:52 am ET

I think as time passes on, Priscilla appreciates and loves Elvis more and more. What she said tonight about him being a gentle, humble man who did so much for others, etc. was very nice. Although Elvis would be proud of her, I don't think he would be happy that she and Lisa are Scientologists. Elvis's scripture was the Holy Bible; the scripture of Scientology is the writings of Ron Hubbard. At least thats what it says on their web site.
For those of you who haven't been to Graceland, there is a huge glass plague there presented by RCA records to the Elvis Presley Estate which says "to the greatest entertainer of all time" so whenever anyone says Elvis wasn't so great I always tell them about that plague. Greatest of ALL TIME!! That says it all.


Marilyn   January 9th, 2009 12:52 am ET

Happy Birthday Elvis!
I will always love you for what you gave the world!


SABRINA   January 9th, 2009 12:54 am ET

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!~~
THE BOYD'S
KY.


vivi m   January 9th, 2009 12:54 am ET

From the first record I bought way back when to this day I fell in love with elvis and always he will be for me the most incredable voice and showman ever!! He and his family are in my prayers and as long as his family and fans remember ..he will never really be gone. Thanks to Priscilla and Lisa Marie for keeping Graceland and the life and living that goes on there. Someday I hope to visit. It will be a dream come true for me. All by best wishes...


Arlene   January 9th, 2009 12:55 am ET

Larry enough with Priscilla, she is his ex-wife not his widow. I think its time Lisa or another great love of Elvis' life (LindaThompson, she is well spoken also),or blood relatives represent the Presley Estate. I am tired of listening to Priscilla add more to the story year after year....where does she get this WE s–t Graceland and everything in it belonged to Elvis, he had it before and after Priscilla and he also loved more women before and after. Hope EPE will have other people in Elvis' life speak for the estate. Happy Birthday Elvis I love you.


Linda   January 9th, 2009 12:57 am ET

Happy Birthday to Elvis!!!
To Priscilla....THANK YOU for making sure that Graceland has been preserved the way it was when Elvis was alive. My husband & I were able to visit there many years ago, & it was well worth it!!! We almost didn't get there, as our car was stolen right out of the motel parking lot, just down the road from Graceland. My husband wanted to just hurry up and get out of Memphis, but I said "I'm NOT budging til I see Graceland!!"LOL!
It was great!!


Joleena Cameron   January 9th, 2009 12:57 am ET

To me Elvis was not just a great entertainer but a teacher, he has taught the world to fulfill your dreams no matter how big they are, and that is what I am currently doing. So thank you to Elvis for that! I carry my Elvis purse everyday and receive so many comments about it, people have asked me why do you love Elvis you are so young to know his music, and I say, age has nothing to do with it Elvis's music has touched so many people young and old. I love Elvis and I am proud to show it!


Nyla   January 9th, 2009 12:58 am ET

There's a manuscript in my room...600 pages...of a novel "What Might Have Been" about Elvis. I was stunned when he died and spent many months gathering information, little bits of love to keep me going when all I wanted to do was lie down beside him and follow him to the other side.
As I wrote, I wanted the novel to be (based on fact). I wanted to give Elvis some things he yearned for in life, but never had or could never keep a hold of, and I wanted to answer some questions that, it seemed, few had answers for.
So I began. A friend and I began our quest with Elvis and Jesse's birth in a bare little shack set amid squalor in the town of Tupelo, Mississippi.. Even though Jessie was stillborn, he did not want to be ignored. He seemed to take over and became a major character breathing life into each page, each chapter. He, along with Marianna Carpenter (a lovely Indian girl never known but by a few select people) wove through the events, months and years of Elvis' life until the night he died and left us all to grieve. But the story does not end there, and his passing left me filled with hope, peace, love, and wonder.
Even today, 27 years later, I find the unpublished manuscript a treasure. It was a comfort to me when my father died and I thank Elvis for his guidance. Charlie Hodge once told me that he thought Elvis would have loved it.
I guess, no matter what happens with it, I just want to say, Elvis was a huge part of my life from '77 to '81, and I feel his presence even today.
Sleep sweetly in Jesus, Elvis, until we meet again.


Tracy Shafar   January 9th, 2009 1:07 am ET

Thank you to the Presleys for opening Graceland to the public. It is my dream destination, and I can't believe I haven't been there yet. I want to see what he saw. I live directly north of Graceland, by a few hundred miles,and have been known to miss him by looking at the southern night sky. What an amazing man. There will never be another like him. I'm a female, but sometimes I put on Brut just to smell what he smelled.


D.James   January 9th, 2009 1:18 am ET

Elvis was a big part of my teen years when it came to his music. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest Artists ever. I had many a record of his(yes records that is) and still do. Thank You for keeping his memory alive each year and through out the year. Priscilla, you are one beautiful Lady and Elvis was Blessed to have had you in his life as well. You too are one to be admired for all that you do to keep his memory alive.
God Bless You and Lisa Marie, Elvis would be so proud of all that you have done in his memory.

D. James (Canada)


Holly   January 9th, 2009 1:25 am ET

First of All,

In response to Griff, what was your point? Do you not have anything else better to do than to leave your immature comments. To you, and to all of the other people that have to leave negative comments, you need to stay off of the blog, no one wants hear what you have to say.

Elvis,

Happy Birthday Our Sweet Angel! You are and wills be the Greatest entertainer that ever lived. You were a wonderful man!! I was born after your passing but I love you as much as if I had been. Thankyou Priscilla and Lisa for keeping Elvis' memory alive and sharing new artifacts with us from Graceland. Priscilla , you and Elvis were a beautiful couple, I can tell how much he loved you and Lisa. WE LOVE AND MISS YOU ElVIS!! LOVE YOUR FOREVER FAN!!


Lana in Missouri   January 9th, 2009 1:27 am ET

Happy Birthday Elvis! First, thank you to Larry King for taking fans to Graceland live. That's a big deal for those fans who cannot make it to Memphis for the birthday celebration. Also, thank you to Priscilla Presley for helping to keep Elvis' memory alive. She and Elvis Presley Enterprises always brings us new things to see from the wonderful archives of items kept by the Presleys of a life that was exceptional. I am a fan of Elvis Presley, have been since I was 4, and will be until I take my last breath. We lost so much when we lost him. For those who were too young and were not alive during the time of Elvis Presley, I'm sorry for you because you really missed something. You still have the images, the stories, and the music, but you'll never really know what it was like to be here at the same time he was – it was so exciting. He was like electricity, and he somehow made you feel more alive. For those of us who are old enough to have been around to experience Elvis, it's something you'll never forget. He was a talented, kind, and generous person whose journey through life touched so many. I thank God for the gift of Elvis. I pray someday to be able to meet him on the other side. I know he's there singing his beautiful gospel music for God. Finally, thank you Elvis for being a big part of my life, and for being the soundtrack to my life. I love you . . . keep rockin.


Charlene   January 9th, 2009 1:46 am ET

Happy 74th Birthday Elvis...You will always be the BEST!


Jana   January 9th, 2009 1:59 am ET

I love Elvis Presley, Pricilla, and Lisa Marie. I still listen to his CD's. For so many reasons, the lift, the place his music can take me to. I remember the moment I heard of his death, I was 14. I still wish it was not true. Very few moments I saw my mother happy, but I could always count on peace when an Elvis Movie came on she would sit us three children on the sofa with a blanket and M&M's and I could pretend to be in a different world watching a black & white 13 inch TV. He gave so much, and Pricilla's & Lisa Marie sacrifies must be honored, how dare anyone speak so unfairly of what Elvis loved the most, that is Pricilla & Lisa Marie. They are human flesh with feelings, and are subject to struggles and pain and problems as we all are. Pricilla love's him and that goes without question. I know, Elvis Presley is in Heaven, wouldn't it be great if we all could be as kind, talented, giving, caring as Elvis Presley? What a Mentor and of course, a very handsome man, we were lucky to have such a life force given to us in his voice. It will carry on forever until the end giving us smiles, tears, fun and energy.


Givemeabrak   January 9th, 2009 2:49 am ET

Has this woman forgotten that she WALKED OUT on Elvis & Graceland?
And how often has she, prior to the sale of EPE, made the statment..."carrying the name Presley is a burden". Why did she go back to it when it was Elvis' request in divorce decree that she not use the lasst name for gain, she waited til after his death to switch back to first, Beaulieu Presley, then Presley?
And Graceland's deed now belongs to Lisa, why isn't she giving the interviews?
Pris is just there to get money and continue in the spotlight which she loves and Larry King facilitates this every time.
A chimp could have sold Elvis, Pris is no great businesswoman...Elvis sells himself. If she was so wonderful at it why have all her own business's, not attached to Elvis, failed?
BTW whatever happened to her linen collection? Or the childrens clothing line or her perfume line, or hair extensions.
And why oh why does she always have to talk about herself? This is about Elvis bday yet she took the time to bring up yet again that twins run in her family...she couldn't just leave it at the fact that Elvis had a twin and perhaps (but doubtful) that is where Lisa got it? Both Elvis and Pris brothers are identical twins, Lisa's are fraternal which makes me think fertility clinic.

And to celebrate a birthday that ceased to stop 32 yrs. ago is appalling.
In loving memory of what WOULD HAVE BEEN Elvis 74th.


chris   January 9th, 2009 2:50 am ET

ELVIS.... just the sound of his name is unique, and that's what he was and will always be, I remember the day that he died, there was a solar eclipse that day, and then it rained, I remember thinking that the heavens were crying for joy that Elvis was coming into heaven's kingdom, he left our earth too soon, but what he left behind will live forever, there will never be another ELVIS in any future generations, I feel so blessed to have witnessed him in person, Elvis you are still loved and still missed..............Happy Birthday and Thank you!


Givemeabrak   January 9th, 2009 2:52 am ET

Well spoken Arlene!
And it's NOT the Graceland Elvis knew, not by a long shot.
It's a mishmash and Pris version of what it was, all photos indicate that this to she's made up.


todd lovely   January 9th, 2009 3:30 am ET

WOw oh my god .....how could larry do such a difficult and ask the most riddiuculusssss. questions... that would make pricilla so uncomfortable .... UNBELIEVABLE.... HOW SHE HANDLED THAT AS WELL AS SHE DID I WILL NEVER KNOW?


KC Mickie   January 9th, 2009 3:31 am ET

Dear Priscilla, Thank you so much for taking the time to share your memories of your life with Elvis with us. You are really too kind.

Sincerely,

Mickie chappell


Jim Archer   January 9th, 2009 3:35 am ET

PS....This has nothing to do with Elvis....I'm a 60 yr old male and I loved him and his music, still do. When I die I'll know there actually IS a heaven if I get put in the same room with Elvis,Roy Orbison,George Carlin and Richard Pryor. Instead I'll probably be stuck with some talking head from CNN or Fox Noise.


Linda   January 9th, 2009 4:05 am ET

Elvis's movie, Love Me Tender came out when I was in the 8th grade and going to Grant Jr. High School in Escondido, CA. I went to the only movie theatre in town at that time, on Grand Avenue. Very tiny by today's standards. I wanted to see that movie so much. Well the night I went the girls in the theatre squealed so loud I never did hear the movie. I finally bought it on DVD and one day when I retire soon I am going to close all the windows and doors and take the phone off the hook and watch that movie again! I remember reading stories about him being at a Cadillac dealership and purchasing a new Cadillac and actually buying one for a complete stranger who was admiring one there. Also the stories about someone admiring a ring he wore and he would take it off and give it to them. What a great big heart. I would have been totally thrilled to have had that happen to me. :) What a beautiful man with an absolutely beautiful, rich voice. I think the depth of his soul came out in his music because of the life he lived as a youngster. He was truly a gift to the world. I admire Pricilla & Lisa Marie for their tender loving care of his legacy.


Tammy Hornb   January 9th, 2009 4:09 am ET

Hey I seen LARRY KING with Priscilla,I just wanted to say a few things.

My name is Tammy,I live in Alabama.I was bron May 1974.An for as long as I have known I have been a ELVIS fan.I never got to see ELVIS live but you didn't have to see him live to know the man had something,a gift from above.I hope to one day get to go see his home.

I'm not only a ELVIS fan but Lisa's too,I love her singing.An Lisa is right what she said in her blog.
I like to thank Lisa & Priscilla for always doing something new every year,take care& God Bless

Tammy H.
Alabama


Cheri Woods   January 9th, 2009 5:18 am ET

Thank you Larry King for remembering Elvis on his special day (unlike many other channels. ) HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ELVIS!
I was lucky to have grown up in the Elvis era, watching him on TV & listening to his music. He was a huge influence on us teens in the 50's & 60's!
Despite the fact Elvis and I had mutual friends who knew him/dated him/worked with him, and I was married to singer myself in the 70's, my biggest regret is that I never met him in person.
The day he died, a part of all of us died. He was #1 and had it all.
-Cheri Woods
Author, "Death Row Madam: Exposing sex & drugs in the entertainment industry."
Website: myspace.com/cheriwoods


Yu Serizawa   January 9th, 2009 5:30 am ET

Elvis will always remain alive in our hearts, and with our lives through his music and images.
As much as she did for him (and particularly giving birth to his only child), I do not think it is appropriate for CNN to list Priscilla as his "widow" since they were divorced before he died.


wilbert manders   January 9th, 2009 5:45 am ET

hello pricilla greetings from me and elvis and 6 ,5 billionepeople dont now they are dead


LYNN   January 9th, 2009 6:00 am ET

LOVE ELVIS! HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS!!

We visited Graceland a few years ago and what an experience it was -unforgettable. I would love to be there again! We always keep on oUr christmas decorations right through to my birthday on Jan 4th and thorugh to Elvis' birthday on the 8th of January. I often do my borthday on Elvis's fro a joint celebrtion. My home comes alive and we all enjoy his great music and his prsence. My home is filled with his music and we all have such a happy time.

He is THE ROCK GOD OF ALL TIMES! TEH ONE AND ONLY!

HE GAVE SO MUCH TO THE WORLD! HE TAUGHT SO MUCH -MOST OF ALL TO BE HUMAN AND COMPASSIONATE-HIS MUSIC IS THE BONUS FOR THE WORLD TO ENJOY AND CHEISH FOR ALL TIME.

LOVE ELVIS!


Deborah M. Blanks   January 9th, 2009 6:26 am ET

I grew up listening to Elvis's songs and movies. I will never forget the day I heard he had died and where I was. My middle son was 3 yrs. old and we were on our way back from a Shriners Children's Hospital in Kentucky on a bus. The radio was on and it had announced his death. I was so SAD and still today I'm sadden when I think about
Elvis not being alive .Thank you for having your show about him tonight. I only wished you would have had the whole hour about Elvis. Elvis lives on in his movies and music. I am so thankful for that. He was and still is the greatest singer in the world.
Elvis Fan In Bama.


jane h   January 9th, 2009 6:52 am ET

Thanks, Priscilla and Larry for keeping Elvis' memory alive. I enjoyed tonight's segment on Larry King Live. I will always love Elvis, his beautiful music, his movies which are so much fun to watch. I hope to visit Graceland someday. We were close a few years back but the Tennessee heat in July was just horrendous and my husband and I high-tailed it back up to Canada which is so much cooler.
I collect Elvis CDs and movies, and memorabilia. My kids often get me 'Elvis things' for my birthday and for Christmas.
He was an inspiration and it would be nice if we had more of him these days, even though he's gone.
God bless you all
J... an Elvis fan forever from Canada


carolyn weddle   January 9th, 2009 7:11 am ET

hi watched the presley show last night a big fan, and i have been going to graceland since 1977 and i did not know pris had twin brothers as is elvis thats great lisa had no choice haha congradulations, thanks larry for the show, i always wondered why harold loyd elvis cousin is never mentioned, he worked at the gates for yrs, his mother was gladys sister, thanks again


jamie grigson   January 9th, 2009 7:15 am ET

I am a true Elvis fan. Thank you Priscilla for keeping his memory
alive. I love you and enjoyed your interview with larry king. I thought
you were fantastic on dwts. I just wish they would show more Elvis
on t.v. I do have a collections of his movies, but they need to show
more on the tube.I wish your and lisa marie a very happy new year,
and enjoy your new grandchildren. Elvis would be a proud grandad.

Sincerely,
Jamie


janet   January 9th, 2009 8:44 am ET

if she has got to be on TV she should do something with her hair after all she is not a teen cut it short like a woman of her age should wear it she looks like a witch,


Terri   January 9th, 2009 9:24 am ET

I think it is GREAT that Elvis's memory is kept alive. I know Lisa Maria was so young when her dad died, but it was be nice to see her take over what Pricilla has started. Her mom could be by her side, but it would mean more, I think, if his heir was also keeping him alive.
As for John Travolta, LEAVE the family alone, they need their grieving time! It has been all over the news on every channel for a week now. It is SOOOO sad that they have loss Jett. The media needs to quit talking about it & John will speak about it, in his own time!


Camilla, Norway   January 9th, 2009 9:49 am ET

Happy Birthday, Elvis. Thank you, Priscilla for TCB.


Janie   January 9th, 2009 10:23 am ET

I always enjoy listening to Priscilla, especially on Elvis' birthday. He was a very special, gifted entertainer and human being who deeply touched my life. After reading everything about the man for the past 50 years, I am left with one question about him that I've never seen answered anywhere. What were Elvis' politics? Perhaps Priscilla could share.


Susie Johnson   January 9th, 2009 10:55 am ET

I too love Elvis so much. But, I do think that Priscilla should really take the time to tell the whole truth about the man and what he was really like. Priscilla is not getting any younger and once she is gone there will be tons of truths that were never known. This man was a real person and I, for one, would like to know everything about him. He is truly an icon but certainly not perfect. Let the truth be known before it is too late. It would be ashame to never learn everything about Elvis. I would still love him the same and this should be written before it is too late. We all know that Elvis had several really bad habits, etc. and why is he just put upon a pedestol. He was the greatest ever but lets let the real trust be known for alll generations. We need this book to be written.


karen   January 9th, 2009 11:06 am ET

Pricilla has done a great job keeping Elvis' memory and his beloved Graceland alive. I remember when he died, there wasn't a lot of money to work with but she pulled it off in grand fashion. It seems he was always willing to open up his home to everyone, so I'm sure he'd approve of the operation it has become.


Gweneth   January 9th, 2009 11:46 am ET

Priscilla was so beautiful but talk about a face job going bad! While I was watching her last night, I thought she looks like Morticia played by Carolyn Adams on the Addams Family. I feel bad for her. I do appreciate the job she has done keeping Elvis' memory alive and Graceland open to the public.


Jacque   January 9th, 2009 12:25 pm ET

I thought that Larry King was dismissive and patronizing in his interview with Priscilla. His giggles told the world that he could care less about Elvis Presley's life and legacy. His leading question about what was the attraction to Elvis was demeaning. I also thought the entire technical aspect of the interview was highly unprofessional with the sound delay. It also caused Larry and Priscilla to talk over each other.
Larry, Next time just skip the interview or get someone who actually values The Presley's.
Jacque


Marilyn, Ohio   January 9th, 2009 1:00 pm ET

I will be 69 years old next month and Elvis came along during my youth. He was quite a phenomenon and changed music - I loved hearing him sing and watching him was something else! However, I cannot understand this "king" thing that goes on and on year after year. Elvis cheated on his wife, committed adultery, shot at televisions, took drugs – prescription or not – and he had a dark side despite his good deeds. Priscilla and Lisa keep the money flowing into their pockets by making him out to be something he was not. I lived in Memphis for 3 years in the 80's and took out of town visitors to Graceland. Every family member was there hawking something from shirts to cookbooks to make money off his name and it is still going on.


MZM   January 9th, 2009 1:47 pm ET

Why does Priscilla Presley repeatedly parade around as if she was Elvis' widow???!!!!!! Reminder....she divorced him for another man!!! They were divorced for over 4 years when he passed...She lived with a man for over 20years and had a son out of wedlock, so that she wouldn't change that precious Presley name!!! GIve it up Priscilla!!!! Lisa Marie is the only true Presley!!!!


Craig Grandville   January 9th, 2009 2:20 pm ET

Craig Grandville MSW MSED

Elvis was and is simply the greatest star who ever lived. When he did a song it came straight from his heart and soul. Unlike many today where it’s all about their EGO… He understood and experienced hard times. Elvis knew and felt deep pain, and never forgot where he came from.. Today everything is choreographed and performers- for the most part, are detached from their audience. With Elvis it was always a shared experience and we could identify with him because he was so real in his expressions mannerisms and emotions. Elvis is the King and these are some of the reasons America, the world his millions of dedicated and devoted fans still pay homage to him almost 32 years after his passing. Craig Grandville MSW MSED…


Sandy Scott   January 9th, 2009 2:59 pm ET

Pricella Presley,you look so much better than you did on dancing with the stars.For some reason it looks as if your face's appearance is so much better.Just do not be shy about it and keep tipping your head.You really look much better and I am so glad.That had to be hard to take. But Pricella why didn't you get a reputable Dr. You was so beautiful before,but it does look better now.


Nyla   January 9th, 2009 7:49 pm ET

This is for Jerry who asked what Elvis' favorite Bible verse was. It was " I CORINTHIANS 10:13."


Mark in IL   January 9th, 2009 8:18 pm ET

What happened to Vernon Presley ? I know he died only 2 years after Elvis but he could not have been very old himself.


Sherry Anthony   January 11th, 2009 4:50 pm ET

I visited Graceland Last year. I always was a fan of elvis's and could not beleive I acctually got to go visit. It is just spectactular. I took boo koo pictures that i will treasure for years to come. I am sure his home on the other side is as wonderful as the one here on earth. The king lives on for sure.


Scott Douglas   January 11th, 2009 9:28 pm ET

What about the reported comment back in Elvis' early years that the only thing a Black person could do do him was to "shine his shoes"?

At age 62, I remember it, was it it told to you? It was in the early Ed Sullivan days of Elvis. As an African-American who loved his music, I am conflicted.

Scott Douglas


Joy Love   January 11th, 2009 9:34 pm ET

Elvis has been dead for years and Pricilla was divorced for years. My feelings she is in this for the money. She acts as though she is stil married to Elvis. She gets no repsect from me.


Reta from Florida   January 11th, 2009 9:41 pm ET

In December 1991 I drove my mom, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer, to Tupelo, Mississippi to visit Elvis' birthplace, and then on to Memphis to visit Graceland. I remember the beautiful Christmas lights around Graceland. This was a most special trip for my mom and I because it was the last road trip we took together.
Happy Birthday Elvis, and I wish you were around for the celebration!


Reta from Florida   January 11th, 2009 9:41 pm ET

In December 1991 I drove my mom, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer, to Tupelo, Mississippi to visit Elvis' birthplace, and then on to Memphis to visit Graceland. I remember the beautiful Christmas lights around Graceland. This was a most special trip for my mom and I because it was the last road trip we took together.
Happy Birthday Elvis, and I wish you were around for the celebration!


Deborah Boss   January 11th, 2009 9:42 pm ET

Happy Birthday Elvis,I have been a Elvis fan all of my life.And I miss Him so much,It has been a great loss.Love and miss you Elvis,Deborah


Reta from Florida   January 11th, 2009 9:47 pm ET

Mr. Douglas, I think you are wrong! You mention a "reported" comment that was supposedly made by Elvis. It is also reported, and well confirmed, that Elvis loved black people. Elvis loved to sing with blacks, before and after he became so famous.
WHY do you feel it necessary to bring racial issues into the celebration of his 74th birthday?


Debbie Smith   January 11th, 2009 9:53 pm ET

I saw Elvis in Concert. His voice was magic. His presence was magic. Thank you for a wonderful show and bringing back wonderful memories. So sad that his life ended so young.

Debbie


Monica P.   January 11th, 2009 9:55 pm ET

I'm Lisa Marie's age...and a "huge" Elvis fan! I grew up listening to Elvis' records during the 70's. I very much enjoyed reading Priscilla's book "Elvis and Me"....and I still have the old VCR recording that I taped off of the television the night "Elvis & Me" first publicly aired in the 80's. It was at this time, that I understood the love they shared...and I could feel the tender emotions Priscilla endured.
I work in a small Optical office in Florida...and we have "Elvis Day" twice a year. January 8th and August 16....I don't have to tell you "why."
The staff will wear Elvis scrubs...and the Doctor will wear an Elvis tie!
We enjoy listening to my Elvis CD's throughout the day!
So...Happy Birthday Elvis!....I wished I could have known you.
I have always admired Elvis not only for his God given talents...but for his loving, king, generous, exceptional soul and heart. Congratulations Lisa Marie on the birth of your twins....and a special thanks to "Priscilla" for keeping Graceland as Elvis loved it...You have done a marvelous job...and I know Elvis is smiling down on both of you from heaven. I had the joy and pleasure of visiting Graceland the "first" day it toured as a small child. I later re-visited as an adult in 2002. My best to Priscilla and Lisa Marie now...and always...

God bless,
Monica


vicky bowers   January 11th, 2009 9:57 pm ET

I cannot imagine living under the pressure of being so famous ,and not having any privacy.,I love that old gospel he sang ,hearing it tonight was so nice my grandchildren,know who he is .thanks to you Pricilla,and Lisa for keeping his memory alive.


Joy Love   January 11th, 2009 9:57 pm ET

MZM...I am so glad to hear I am not the only one who feels Pricilla has no rights to anything. All you said is true! I always liked Elvis and his music. But to see this women strut around as though he was the only one in his life makes me sick SHe is on the band wagon for one thing and it makes me sick to hear the crap she says when we all know she cared for someone else more. He gave her enough through the divorce and now it's time for her to move on letting him rest in pease. All she see's is $ $ $ at his expence. Get a life Pricilla. Your not a Presley and that has been gone a long long time ago. She never regretted anyhting in the divorce, but after is death here she is making out how much she cares. What a laugh.


vicky bowers   January 11th, 2009 10:21 pm ET

And even if she is in it for the money , she has helped make a lot of people happy, i hear it is to her credit that Graceland is still running I can't understand people being so hateful to her, you know what they say,don't judge someone til you have walked a mile in their shoes.and i can understand why the name presley would. be a burden since she couldn't live any sense of normalacy


Krista   January 11th, 2009 11:07 pm ET

Elvis had the most phenominal voice I've ever heard. What range!! He was in fact human. How many of us would have been able to handle such fame with perfection? Beautiful inside and out but fallible just the same. Those of you who criticize his movies need to remember it was the Col who chose what he did. He wanted to do more serious movies with better scripts, but the Col. wouldn't have had as much control over everything if he had. He was only interested in $$$. It would be rather hard for Lisa to share much in the way of what Elvis was really like. She was only with him for a short time and that was split between her parents. For the lady who wanted Pricilla to share all, read Elvis and Me, by Pricilla. I have adored him since I was old enough to appreciate his music and beautiful face, but no human should be worshipped, only God, our heavenly Father. I agree with the person who said Elvis would not have been happy at all about Lisa and Pricilla's invovlment with scientology. You buy your way up in the higher archy of the organization. There is no "church' about it. I hope to get to go to Graceland soon, I've only gotten to be outside, it wasn't open then. Pricilla has done a wonderful job of making sure that the mulititudes of fans have a place to go to remember the most gifted singer of our time. Thank you.


Craig Grandville   January 11th, 2009 11:44 pm ET

Elvis loved Black people. They sang with him. He hired them in his band. He Loved James Brown, B.B King, Jackie Wilson, and so many others. They loved him! He cried when Martin Luther King Died... Why people perpetuate a false rumor is beyond me. If it were true, don't you think we'd here it, or see the exact quote, and who written it... Elvis never said that, and it's sad that some people believe he did. Elvis was Love, and shared and gave love to both black and white folks.... He loved people and never forgot where he came from..... Craig Grandville MSW MSED...


James Anthony   January 12th, 2009 12:57 am ET

Hi Larry, I will never forget when I was like 11 years old and was in my parents basement. I hadn't ever heard of Elvis and seen an 8 track tape from his Aloha concert sitting out by the stereo. I thought this guy looks pretty cool. I put the tape in and have liked Elvis more than any other entertainer from that day on. He had a voice that just draws you to him. I have all his records and was fortunate enough to see him in concert April 26, 1977. I will have that memory the rest of my life. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS!


Sissy, St.Louis, MO   January 12th, 2009 1:11 am ET

I am a fan of ELVIS PRESLEY for life.
I love Elvis's music, his heart felt voice & I know someday in heaven I'll see Elvis again.
I have been to Elvis's beloved Gracelandseveral different times in my life. Everytime it is beautiful & heart felt looking at his grave, but yet how much it's changed sense Elvis died.
I wonder if Elvis is happy about his Ex-wife & how rich she's got "living" on his fame & name?
I find it so sad that many have forgotten & held "Cilla" up so high yet she broke his heart & left him for another man.
How many other ex-wives do we have rich or only known for her ex-spouse?
Cilla how can you say "you'll defend Elvis's for the rest of your life yet you said in your book Elvis & I, that he raped you"?
That's ugly & painful words for you to say to the world.
What do you want us to do, feel sorry for you?
What's wrong is Elvis's name & money not enough for you?


Niki   January 12th, 2009 3:32 am ET

I am Glad to be watching this as we speak...Elvis was and still is a phenomenon !! He will never leave our hearts or our memories...Thanks for the material that was used Larryyy!!!

Niki from Chicago


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