What was Elvis Presley's first number-one country record?

Answer Elvis Presley's first number-one country record for was his fifth and last record to be released on the Sun label. The single contained the songs "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" and "Mystery Train... Read More »

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How much money did Elvis Presley get for his first record contract?

Elvis Presley signed his first recording contract with RCA Records on Nov. 20, 1955, for $40,000. Of that total, $35,000 went to his manager, Colonel Parker, with Presley receiving $5,000.Reference... Read More »

What two songs did Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan& The Beatles all record?

"That's All Right Mama" and "Yesterday" are two songs recorded by Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and The Beatles. Bob Dylan recorded versions of both songs, but never released them on an album.References... Read More »

How many singles did Elvis record?

Including posthumous releases, Elvis Presley has 114 top 40 singles. Presley, who died on Aug. 16, 1977, had 17 singles reach No. 1 on the Billboard U.S. singles chart. Presley's estate claims the ... Read More »

How many records did Elvis record at Sun studio?

Elvis Presley created five records for Sun Records, beginning with "That's All Right, Mama" in 1954. All of Elvis's Sun records were singles combining a blues song on one side and a country song on... Read More »