Can you believe it? The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll would have been 80 years old today, the 8th January 2015.
Eighty years ago in Tupelo, Miss., on Jan. 8, 1935, Gladys Presley gave birth to a baby boy and named him Elvis. Little did they know that their little Elvis would grow up and popularize white glitter jumpsuits, pink Cadillac’s and not to mention gyrating hips. Besides these, Elvis would take the world by storm with some of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll records the world has ever seen.
To commemorate the Kings of Rock’s 80th birthday today we are giving away not 1 but 8 FREE Mega Millions tickets that you could use in this Friday’s $221 million Dollar Mega Millions jackpot!
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The King of Rock
Four decades after his death, the little boy who grew up in Tupelo, raised by loving working class parents that came from little money, is a man known to millions simply as the King and who continues to inspire devotion and obsession.
An American photographic website, PhotoJoe.Com recently released a computer-generated image of how they believed Elvis would have looked at the age of eighty. Let us know your thoughts. Personally, I can’t help but wonder if he could have ended up a bit chubbier.
Had Elvis still been with us though, I’m sure he would still be performing and entertaining audiences – much in the way that Tony Bennett is still singing at the age of 88. Why, because Elvis was born into poverty and became the greatest entertainer of all time.
If you won this Friday’s $221 million Dollar Mega Millions jackpot, you could purchase Elvis Presley’s first recording – after all it will only cost you a mere $100,000. Other Elvis Presley memorabilia on show in the late singer’s home, Graceland, include Presley’s first driver’s license, a signed copy of his first single for Sun Records and a contract to appear on The Louisiana Hayride radio show in the 1950s.
Something for Everybody
Something For Everybody’ is the 13th album by the King of Rock, released in June 1961. It peaked at #1 on the Top Pop Albums chart and was certified Gold on 7/15/1999 by the R.I.A.A.
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Another incredible musician, the original pop chameleon, celebrating his 68th birthday today is of course David Bowie. Ziggy and Elvis not only have hit after hit in common but they definitely loved their flashy jumpsuits, that's for sure.
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(Please note: Comments our Facebook page will be taken into account too) The winner will be announced on Friday the 9th January 2015 at 1:30pm (GMT)
*** THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED ***
The winner of the 8 Mega Millions vouchers is: Heidi Van Nieuwenhuizen
Blue Suede Shoes! It always gets me jiving! Well, it's one for the money
Two for the show
Three to get ready
Now go, cat, go
for $221 mill Yeah!
Well done Heidi! Your vouchers have been loaded into your account. Hope they hit the jackpot :)