THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER: THE BETRAYAL OF ELVIS PRESLEY
proves false the many rumors which still plague African American communities throughout the nation along with dispelling the myths of other nationalities associated with Elvis as well.
Elvis along with his father, Vernon Presley, and his cousin, Gene Smith, were regulars at Jim's Barbershop on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Elvis is seen here in 1956 having his signature haircut groomed by one of the barbershop's artist.
Four years of research and work created this beautiful glossy 756 page coffee table book consisting of hundreds of photographs. It dares to challenge ELVIS: WHAT HAPPENED? by showing how it contrasted with the forty-two year timeline of Elvis Presley's life.
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER: THE BETRAYAL OF ELVIS PRESLEY is not only a single publication, but comes with a key code allowing you full access to the online supplemental website at no extra charge. This supporting website gives you even more valuable information, fake and mislabeled photographs, performances, and so much more.