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Elvis Presley was not just an ordinary person, he was the King of Rock and Roll. A lot of people looked up to him because he was a role model. Everybody loved him. Elvis Presley was not just an exceptionally base and questionable demigod, yet he was additionally a thriving good example for some, ages succeeding him. He happened to be at the privileged place and time where he could encounter life as a layman and furthermore as a star. Elvis was a good example, a rock model, and an awesome vocalist. Elvis was exceptionally charming in that he was sufficiently enthusiastic about music that he could blend a wide range of sorts of music into a style later called “Rockabilly.” He made Rock well known to each horde of individuals. Elvis Presley was born in 1935 in a two-room shotgun house that was built by his father in Tupelo, Mississippi. His identical twin brother was born 35 minutes before him, but did not make it through birth. That is sad to know that you have twin brother born minutes before you but does not make it through, only you. While at school, he was encouraged to enter a singing contest after his school teachers were impressed with his singing skills. Elvis made his first public performance debut at a contest that was held at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show in 1945. Months later after his performance, he received his first guitar for his birthday. His uncles and the pastor taught him how to play the guitar. During his teenage life, the Presley family moved to Memphis, Tennessee so Elvis would finish high school. Presley had his first taste of musical achievement a couple of few years later after the fact he won a talent show at Humes High School in Memphis. After high school, he had worked various jobs while pursuing his music dream. Presley always had a unique fashion. In his early years, he wore a gold lamé suit, describing himself as “The Memphis Flash.” Bobby Mason, who is an astounding writer, portrayed that Elvis as far back as he was young, he would “would “waddle rather than walk” and “wear funny hats and considerably sloppy clothes as well as smoke cigarettes” (Mason 43). His fans, especially the young ones, loved him and look up to him. He was their role model. Elvis was the first to present the possibility of adolescents separating far from their parents’ generational preferences. There was an extraordinary financial success so the estimation of the dollar was solid; consequently, young people could buy records for themselves. Elvis influenced young people to look carefully and impersonate his moves, design, and hairdo. Furthermore, Elvis signed with RCA Records. He started singing, and he was on fire. His first single, “Heartbreak Hotel,” topped the chart and became his number 1 hit single as well as his first number 1 album, Elvis Presley.  It became the “first single to sell over 1 million copies and No. 1 on Billboard’s pop album chart” (Hardinge 23). In the same year, he signed a movie contract with Paramount Pictures. Elvis Presley was on the roll. He had so many accomplishments in one year. Elvis worked at a movie theater as a young person where he was affected particularly by the main performing artists of the day, for example, Tony Curtis, Marlon Brando, and James Dean. Over the years, Elvis may have competed with others successful actors, he did not enjoyed it as much as he expected. He competed with the “King of Cool”, Steve McQueen. They both respected each other’s films. In 1956, Elvis made his first of three appearances on the “Ed Sullivan Show” where he received the highest ratings for any television show. By 1957, he released three songs, “Don’t be Cruel,” “Love Me Tender,” and “Hound Dog”, which were presented some sexy attractive moves gaining more fangirls and criticism. He was drafted to the Army in 1958. When he enrolled in the Army, he was afraid that he was going to lose his fame and legacy, and asked a favor to his fans not to forget about him. People gather around to wait for him when he came back, he was a special guest on Frank Sinatra’s show for a special episode, Welcome Home Elvis.