A quest to find The Holy Grail of American culture.
“Because they were black, they couldn’t get past the police line."
“Prince was always private but would have wanted his music remembered.”
I am openly aware of my obsession with African music and know that as a young woman who has grown up in the American South
On August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley died at Graceland, his sanctuary and estate in Memphis, Tennessee. He was just 42 years old. The news sent a wave of shock and sadness as the world mourned the man who transformed how we listen to music and so much more.
Throughout February, in communities across the country, millions of supporters have been coming together, wearing red, and reinforcing the critical message that we can overcome heart disease and stroke.
January 8th marks what would have been the king of Rock-and-Roll’s 80th birthday.
But besides his voice, there was nothing like the King's hip-swiveling dance moves. Indeed by the late 1950s, the son of
Like many, we "Can't Help Falling In Love" with Elvis' songs and his legend, so we are celebrating him and his birthday with a list of destinations where his larger than life influence is on display to this day.
He purchased the eight-to-10 passenger "Hound Dog II," a Lockheed Jetstar, also in 1975 for about $900,000 while waiting