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Elvis Aaron Presley

Born on the 8th of January, 1935, Presley absorbed the sounds of gospel, pop, and country music while growing up in Tupelo, Mississippi. When the family moved to Memphis in 1948, he became fascinated with the African-American R&B sounds he heard along Beale Street.

His distinctive style caught the ear of Sam Phillips, chief of Sun Records. Subsequently, that lable released Elvis's 1954 debut single: a version of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right Mama," along with a rockabilly interpretation of Bill Monroe's bluegrass classic ""Blue Moon of Kentucky." A star was born.

By 1956, Elvis had moved on to RCA Records with a string of massive hits including "Heartbreak Hotel," "Hound Dog," and "Jailhouse Rock." Presley became the idol of a dynamic new youth music phenomenon called rock 'n' roll.

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