Glenys Sites said she still remembers watching Elvis perform “Love Me Tender” for the first time.
“He’s got everything _ stage presence, charisma; he was sexy, great voice,” Sites said. “There’s never been anybody like him. I don’t think he’ll ever die.”
Many still remember where they were when they found out the singer was dead.
Debbie Moller says she was seated on her couch when her sister called that August day in 1977 at the mansion. She didn’t believe her sister at first, so she turned on the radio.
“I cry,” said Moller, of Colorado Springs, Colo. “The songs they play make you think back to what you were doing they day he died.”
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