For those unfortunate fans that never witnessed Elvis on stage in person ...this is without a doubt the best time machine available to us!!more
Updated: Oct 1, 2001
When the TCB Band comes to the town you were borne … you just have to be there.more
Updated: Sep 13, 2006
This week a new website saw the light. The Turner Classic Movies Website added an "Elvis minisite" to their own to promote Elvis as "Artist of the Month January 2001". Looking for new information on the 'That's The Way it Is SE" we browsed the site, and dmore
Updated: Dec 17, 2000
Next up in our series of reviews is another voluntary. We saved the link, now let's see if it was safe for Teresa to sign up.more
Updated: Apr 30, 2000
The year 2000 marks the 30th anniversary of the MGM concert film Elvis, That's the Way It Is.more
Updated: Aug 7, 2000
This site was probably the first Elvis Presley website around and is known to probably every Elvis fan on the WWW. A site like that can’t be missed in our reviewseries.more
Updated: Nov 15, 1999
In addition to our series of Elvis Trivia we like to present you with this "Gossip" we found in the internet version of the New York Post. It's a kind of trivia onThe Colonel, Elvis' manager.more
Updated: May 7, 2000
Forty years on, looking back at a Vegas residency that spawned a stigma. On July 31, 1969, Elvis Presley played the first headliner show at the Las Vegas International (soon to be the Hilton). He played to an invited VIP audience. Forty years on, looking back at a Vegas residency that spawned a stigma.more
Updated: Jul 30, 2009
The year was 1999. Ernst Mikael Jorgensen sat nervously in the lobby of the Hotel Nikko in Beverly Hills, carrying a bag stuffed with $10,000 in cash. A middleman chosen by a jittery seller would soon deliver 25 Elvis Presley tapes stolen from RCA.more
Updated: Sep 11, 2004
"Why "re-invent the wheel"? Why duplicate material that already exists elsewhere? It is time to bring it all together in a virtual library ...more
Updated: Mar 12, 2000
Concluding we can only say that it was a marvelous convention; perfectly organised and really worth the trip. We know now why so many nationalities were gathered in Randers, Denmark of all places.more
Updated: Apr 2, 2001
We hope you find the survey results interesting. We will run another poll in early 2001.more
Updated: Feb 20, 2000
The reactions this first week, as mentioned before, were great. In both amount an content. Again we like to thank you for all the support, it really makes it worth all the work we put in this magazine.more
Updated: Nov 15, 1999
Parade has Elvis on its homepage prominently. Here you can read a part of a fine background article. On Parade's site you can read the full version, enjoy a slideshow or sweat during the quiz we provided.more
Updated: Aug 14, 2007
There is a lot of raw footage of young Elvis in action, which is breathtaking. But then again so was young Elvis. Even Bruce Springsteen says, "He was the most beautiful rock star there ever was." And he was - probably even more beautiful than Kurt Cobain and Jim Morrison.more
Updated: Nov 28, 2002
This website is a common fan site. With lots of real audio, some good pictures, but not too much information.more
Updated: Jun 19, 2000
In this new section of the Elvis Telegraph we want to invite our readers to mail us their review of an Elvis cover and tell us why they like, or dislike it.more
Updated: Sep 27, 1999
Mike Hermenet (and Co.) asked us to review his page. So we did. When you enter the page you’ll get the impression that this guy must have a sour throat. He is shouting all the time (F.Y.I. continuous use of capitals).more
Updated: Sep 27, 1999
It seems like our idea wasn't a very good one. Of the 400 people that must have seen last week's request we got exactly zero, null, niente, nada reactions.more
Updated: Oct 4, 1999
Shaun Mather from Wales decided to give some input, resulting in two great reviews of covers.more
Updated: Oct 18, 1999
Last week we had a great contribution by Shaun Mather where he discussed Mystery Train. Now it's time for his second comparison.more
Updated: Oct 25, 1999
BMI Announced Top 100 Songs of the Century last year.They listed the most played songs on American radio and televisionmore
Updated: Mar 26, 2000 Shop
The New York Times did a feature on the future of Graceland. It describes the changes Robert F. X. Sillerman, the new owner of Elvis's name and likeness, has in store for Graceland. And when the change is over, Graceland may look a lot like Disneyland.more
Updated: Mar 6, 2006
The fact that the webmaster (Brian Harnish) volunteered to have his site reviewed by our reviewteam also shows great courage. It seems The King’s Realm is finished, time for us to determine the verdict.more
Updated: Oct 11, 1999
I noticed that a lot of - well known - shows and movies mention Elvis in some way. So on my homepage I started collecting the "references".more
Updated: Apr 30, 2000
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