'Elvis 75' hundred-song box set celebrates late rock singer's 75th birthday
Monday 19 October 2009
The posthumous 75th birthday of late American rock and roll icon Elvis Presley (January 8) will be celebrated on December 8 with the release of a 100-song box set entitled
Elvis 75: Good Rockin' Tonight, according to Sony Legacy Recordings.
A single-disc edition CD goes on sale three days before Presley's birth date, on January 5, 2010. The Elvis 75: Good Rockin' Tonight box set includes an 80-page booklet of rare photographs and an essay by American music journalist Billy Altman. Presley remains one of the best-selling solo artists in pop music, with sales of over 600 million albums worldwide.
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