city Memphis, state Tennessee: Celebs Rumors


‘Agent Elvis’ Showrunners Wanted Score to Be ‘Musically Bold, Brash and Unapologetically Irreverent’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor Netflix’s new series “Agent Elvis” arrives March 17 and sees the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll pulling double duty as a singer by day and a secret government battling dark forces by night. And this time, it’s Matthew McConaughey voicing the King. Accompanying the animated series is a musical soundtrack composed by Tyler Bates and Timothy Williams, who recently scored “Pearl.” Intertwining iconic Elvis Presley syncs such as “Viva Las Vegas” and “If I Can Dream” is a score with a rock-tinged surfer vibe and plenty of guitar to underscore the action. Says Bates, “‘Agent Elvis’ is such an amazingly hilarious show that Tim and I had to tamp down our laughter in order to work on the score, which is a musical odyssey unlike any I have previously encountered.”

All news where city Memphis, state Tennessee is mentioned
Lisa Marie Presley's daughter Riley shares heartbreaking final photo with 'beautiful' mum
Instagram today. “I feel blessed to have a photo of the last time I saw my beautiful mama," the 33-year-old wrote in the caption for the snap, which she credited to actress Georgie Flores.Keough has joined many of those close to Lisa Marie who poured out their hearts on social media following the star’s untimely death at 54 due to cardiac arrest on January 12.Priscilla Presley, Lisa Marie’s mother, took to Twitter on Monday to reveal the “difficult time” she and her family have faced of late.“Thank you all for your condolences, you have touched me with your words,” Priscilla tweeted.“It has been a very difficult time but just knowing your love is out there makes a difference.”Lisa Marie, the only daughter of Priscilla and rock and roll icon Elvis Presley, was laid to rest on Sunday in the Meditation Garden next to her son, Benjamin Keough, who died in 2020.During a memorial service for Lisa Marie held at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, this past Sunday, Keough's husband Ben Smith-Petersen revealed that the pair are parents to a daughter while reading aloud a tribute on behalf of Keough, who was seated in the front row."I'm eternally grateful to have spent 33 years with you.
Lisa Marie Presley to be buried at Elvis' Graceland as son Benjamin's grave is moved
Lisa Marie Presley will be laid to rest at Graceland today and will be buried alongside other beloved members of her family, after she died aged 54 last week.The only child of 1950s legend, Elvis Presley, will now lie beside her son Benjamin Keough, who died from suicide less than three years earlier.According to reports, the position of Benjamin's grave will be moved to make room for Lisa Marie.Graceland is a legendary property and is the location where Elvis himself died back in 1977, at the age of 42.Lisa Marie has been the sole owner of the expansive property, located in Memphis, Tennessee, since the trust holding her inheritance dissolved when she turned 25.Now, 29 years on, she has tragically died herself and is now one of the latest members of the Presley family to be buried on the estate.Lisa Marie's grave is expected to be positioned next to her sons, and just across from her father and grandparents.She is survived by her mum Priscilla, now 77, who attended the Golden Globe Awards with her just two days before her tragic death.The public memorial will be held today - and it's expected that distraught fans will replicate the huge turn-out that took place for her famous dad.More than 80,000 were said to have lined the Elvis Presley Boulevard around his home, while it is estimated that up to 30,000 were able to get up close to the casket during the funeral service.Elvis would originally have been buried at the Memphis Funeral Home, but Elvis' dad Vernon overruled the wishes of other family members to hold it at his home, knowing it meant those who had loved the star's music would have the opportunity to attend.He was buried next to his mother in the family mausoleum, but unfortunately, the public nature of the
Jerry Lee Lewis dead: ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ Singer dies at 87, agent confirms
The rock n roll pioneer known as “The Killer” was best known for singing the famous track Great Balls of Fire.The star’s publicist has now confirmed the news of the singer’s death. Publicist Zach Farnum said: "Lewis, perhaps the last true, great icon of the birth of rock 'n' roll, whose marriage of blues, gospel, country, honky-tonk and raw, pounding stage performances so threatened a young Elvis Presley that it made him cry, has died."He was there at the beginning, with Elvis, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, and the rest, and watched them fade away one by one till it was him alone to bear witness, and sing of the birth of rock 'n' roll."Jerry’s seventh wife Judith was by his side when he died at his home in Mississippi.The star’s other hits include Shakin’ and High School Confidential.He is survived by his wife, Judith Coghlan Lewis, his children Jerry Lee Lewis III, Ronnie Lewis, Phoebe Lewis and Lori Lancaster, sister Linda Gail Lewis, cousin Jimmy Swaggart and many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Jerry was one of the first musicians inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 1986. He was also the subject of the 1989 film Great Balls of Fire, where Hollywood actor Dennis Quaid portrayed him.  On Wednesday, US publication TMZ falsely reported that the musician had died at his home in Memphis, Tennessee.  The outlet stated it regretted its error and said: “Today we were told by someone claiming to be Lewis' rep that he had passed.That turned out not to be the case.”The proper representative of Mr Lewis confirmed to Page Six that the singer was alive at that time. They said: “TMZ reported erroneously off of a bulls**t anonymous tip.” The Sun also reported