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Elvis Presley remembered on 78th birthday

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Elivs Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, would have been 78 years old today.

The legendary singer and actor was born in Tupelo, Miss., and grew up in Tennessee.

The recipient of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award is also the best selling-solo artist in pop music history.

Presley died at the age of 42 following deteriorating health related to prescription drug abuse.

 

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