Own U.S. Quarters Honoring Elvis’ Top Hit Songs
Authorized by Elvis’ estate, each of these quarters has been enhanced by Mystic to honor one of Elvis’ many chart-topping hits. Nostalgic Elvis portraits help to bring back all your favorite memories of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Coins honor “I Feel So Bad,” “His Latest Flame,” “Such a Night,” “Way Down,” and “In the Ghetto.”
The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll
The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. The Hillbilly Cat. The Memphis Flash. All nicknames for the man everyone knows by his first name – Elvis. One of the world’s most influential performers, he sparked a musical revolution and became legendary for his memorable performances, unique voice, and generosity.
Elvis came from humble beginnings, growing up in a two-room house in Tupelo, Mississippi. He was a shy child, but developed a larger-than-life personality after stunning his classmates at a high school talent show.
Elvis made his first recording in the summer of 1953 and by the following July had his own band, first contract, and first paid concert. Elvis’ popularity spread like wildfire. In January 1956 he made his network television debut and quickly became a household name.
Hollywood took notice and soon Elvis was a film star as well. Within a few short years, he had conquered all avenues of entertainment. Yet Elvis remained grounded, giving much of his own time and money to various causes. He performed several charity concerts, donated hundreds of thousands of dollars, and lent his name and fame to many causes.
Though Elvis was in the spotlight for just 20 years, his impact has been immeasurable. He blended musical styles, inspired a generation of artists, and remains one of the most loved musicians of all time.
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