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January 06, 2010


RoseMary Weaver

Memphis is a great place! I will always LOVE Elvis' wonderful voice and multi faceted genre! Also, The Lorraine Motel is very impressive.....I live less than 100 miles away from Memphis and only recently visited the museum. I encourage others to visit and perhaps (as I did) learn more about a page in history that should be known!

john schiavone

Happy New Year to all fellow Elvis fans and admirers.


Thank you so much because you post this information. I am really glad that you’re sharing it with me and other people visiting your website.

Heather Shelton

So far, the response to the exhibition has been superb . . . so many fans. We've got lots of snapshots of the show at THE GRAMMY MUSEUM on the exhibition's facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/sitesExhibitions

Nature Photography

yeah right, give us some update on the exhibition. what happened?

Heather Shelton

The exhibition has been great so far--lots of positive feedback! It will be at The Grammy Museum until March, so you still have a chance to see it in L.A. For exhibition pix, go to our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/sitesExhibitions

acuvue oasys

Give us an update on the exhibition - how was it? :-)

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