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In Elvis in Hawaii, former Hawai'i resident and celebrity biographer Jerry Hopkins tells the story of the King of Rock and Roll's twenty-year love affair with the Hawaiian Islands and its people. Over 100 photos, many previously unpublished, document Elvis' ties to Hawai'i, the site of two of his most important concerts, the setting for three of his films, and up to a few months before he died, a favorite vacation spot. A must for Elvis fans and anyone interested in 1950s, '60s, and '70s Hawai'i, this revealing portrait offers new perspectives on the life and career of a legendary performer.
About Elvis and the USS Arizona Memorial
On March 25, 1961, Elvis Presley held a benefit concert at Bloch Arena in Pearl Harbor to raise funds for the construction of the USS Arizona Memorial. The concert netted more than $54,000, all of which was donated to the Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund.
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