Elvis Presley, The Beatles & Muhammad Ali Photograph 2-Pack (SGA Signature Series)

Special Price $169.00 Regular Price $199.00
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE

3 Legendary...and Iconic...Performers together for 1 Special Price! Elvis Aaron Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi on January 8, 1935. A little over twenty years later, he returned for one of his most famous concerts. In September 1956, Elvis Presley was at his rock 'n' roll peak. He was already the major youth-driving force with Heartbreak Hotel, I Want You, I Need You, I Love You, Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel all hitting Number 1 and Love Me Tender about to do the same with a million pre-orders. And it was during this time that Elvis returned to his hometown. Tupelo was still only a small town of around 8,000 total population yet over 15,000 people, along with his parents, turned up that weekend to celebrate Elvis's homecoming. Many consider this "Homecoming Concert" the best of Elvis' remarkable career. On February 18, 1964, the Fab Four and the boxer known simply as "The Greatest" met in Miami as the band prepared for on The Ed Sullivan Show and Ali was training to fight reigning champion Sonny Liston for the world title. A ferociously mugging Ali put some mock whoop-ass on the four Beatles, who good-naturedly obliged by cowering before the fighter. The event has often been celebrated as a de facto summit meeting of the greatest artistic/sports/socio-political figures of their era. These two great displays are part of our Exclusive SGA Signature Series, unsigned displays that include an SGA engraved facsimile signature plate. In this case we've matched classic 16x20 and 11x14 photographs of Elvis and The Beatles & Ali with each's signatures making two great pieces of Music Art any fan of the classics would cherish! A great...and totally...unique gift!