The Field Guide to Elvis Shrines

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Last Gasp of San Francisco, 2004 - Music - 252 pages
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The definitive guide to hundreds of places where Elvis lived, played, performed, recorded, made movies, attended church, ate, drank, or swivelled his hips. It features every home Elvis ever owned or lived in, from Bel Air to Memphis; every concert hall, auditorium, or other site where he performed, in over 30 states in America. It also features walking and driving tours of Memphis, Tupelo, Las Vegas, Hollywood and more, along with engaging and colourful explanations of the historical significance of the sites.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Notes on Organization xviii
The Deep South beyond Tupelo 15
Copyright

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Bill Yenne is the San Francisco-based author of more than four dozen books on military and historical topics. He is also a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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