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“Never Forget Your Dreams”

Anyone who has visited Elvis’ birthplace in Tupelo knows the story about a young Elvis who would, in the evenings, climb the hill that is now the back side of the park and sit with his guitar looking out over Tupelo…dreaming the dream. There is now a monument on the site erected by RCA. Now exclusively at the birthplace in Tupelo,

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ELVIS EXHIBIT IN AUGUST

Upcoming Exhibits of Elvis Art by Betty Harper Elvis artwork by Betty Harper will be showcased at The Center for Southern Folklore, located at 119 S. Main Street in Memphis, August 1, 2012 – October 19, 2012 and at the Birthplace of Elvis in Tupelo, Miss., November 1, 2012 – January 15, 2003. In observance of the 35th anniversary of

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ELVIS KEYS

Cool Elvis Keys! Seeing new product is always exciting for me. I enjoy watching how each company interprets my artwork to best compliment their product, in this case it’s KEYS. I have been anticipating the release of the KEYS and excited they are finally available. If you would like to check them out here is a linkELVIS KEYS.

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KEY MAGAZINE COVER

It’s time again for me to head west to the city that Elvis called home to celebrate his 76th birthday. If you are going to be in Memphis for the birthday, keep a look out for the latest issue of the cities Key Magazine featuring my Elvis artwork. They can be found in all the hotels. My Elvis art exhibit for

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ARNOLD’S RESTAURANT: A NASHVILLE INSTITUTION

Arnold’s restaurant is a Nashville institution started thirty years ago by Jack Arnold.  Southerners lovingly refer to this type of eatery as  “a meat and 3” and the place to be, standing in lines that run out the door. Get your food and take a seat in this cozy atmosphere or join anyone else for a great lunch and interesting

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FLASHBACK: DEJA VU

Deja vu is an interesting phenomenon!  While having lunch with my son, James, at Chuy’s on the corner of 17th and Broadway, the famed Music Row in Nashville, it dawned on me I had been here before. It had been forty years since I was last in this building. Back then, it was a drive-in restaurant where the musicians and

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