Elvis Presley is the latest celeb whose image has been licensed to Fathead. The maker of poster-sized adhesive wall decals (usually of sports stars) is introducing 4x6 murals and three life-size cutouts of The King.
We still love the real life Elvis most! Here's the video for The King's last top 10 hit, 1972's Burning Love from iHeartRadio:
Less than a month after his death comes a new album from legendary Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Twisted Tales is Manzarek's third album and has been released this week.
Slide guitar player Roy Rogers said these were Ray's last recordings, "Before he left for Germany [where he passed away], we both signed off on the artwork and agreed to release it sooner or later."
Happy birthday to Sir Paul McCartney. The rock 'n roll legend turns 71 this week. Paul McCartney and childhood friend John Lennon began writing and performing together as teenagers in Liverpool in the late 50s. By 1962, The Beatles were beginning to establish themselves as a draw back home in England.
In February 1964, The Fab Four landed in the U.S. and made their historic appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. That launched the British Invasion and music was never the same. The Beatles split in 1970, and Paul launched into super stardom with Wings and as a solo act. He's currently on tour. We're saluting Paul McCartney!
Click below and catch an iHeartRadio exclusive interview with Sir Paul, discussing the reissue of his legendary Ram album: