Elvis Presley celebrations attract only few people due COVID 19 pandemic

Who is Elvis Presley?

Elvis-Presley, also known simply as Elvis, was an American born rock and roll singer and actor. He became famous for the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century and is mostly referred by fans as the King of Rock n Roll or only “the-King”.

The celebrations for Elvis Presley attract fewer people due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Elvis Presley or just Elvis is one of the most popular and dynamic entertainers of all times. The popularity of Elvis is still remarkable today, 43-years after his unexpected-death in Memphis,-Tennessee on August 16th, 1977.

The memories of Elvis Presley are kept alive by Elvis fans like Diane Harmon from Shreveport, who appeared in her own KTBS In-Depth feature in August 2018.

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Diane has travelled to Memphis for decades for the annual commemoration of “Elvis Week”, and this year was no-exception, but the 2020 version of this crusade was not the same due to the pandemic.

Harmon says: “The parking lot was barely level, had a few cars in front of the 200,000 square foot museum area of ‘Elvis Presley’s Memphis’. It wasn’t all the same as in previous years. For my 23rd year, it was so different.”

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Although it was a repressed Elvis week, Diane was still glad she left because she still had to deliver her club’s $250 grant to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

This club, Elvis ‘Angels, also donates to the James Burton Foundation, where there is much gratitude.

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Reference: ktbs.com