Elaine Elizabeth Presley comes by her love of rock ‘n’ roll naturally. Singing along to record players since five years old, she’s risen through the world of music, determined to cut her own path to Graceland. Her hit cover of Elvis Presley’s own “Don’t Be Cruel” dropped on iTunes May 10, 2014. It’s a message she takes to heart dearly. However, Elaine gives more to the world than just her talents as a musician.

Directing the Elaine Presley Wish Foundation

ThePresley Elaine Presley Wish Foundation has donated to and worked with Paralyzed Veterans of America, Children with Cancer UK, St. Jude’s Research Hospital, and the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. Elaine Presley has participated in the ALS Ice Bucket challenge as well as the London Marathon and sponsored “Racing to Stop Bullying” for two years. 

Receiving a Painted Guitar

Elaine Presley’s musical success is gaining attention. The legendary Austin Turner is custom-making her a painted guitar, which she’ll be presented with this Christmas at Graceland.

Publishing a Book

For everyone curious about her story, her book, “Kid of the King”, will be released next year. It’ll reveal the lost, untold story of Elaine Presley of Graceland. Keep an eye out for it in 2018.

Releasing a Graceland Anthem Next Year

Elaine Presley has written and recorded an original Anthem for her home, Graceland. Purchased by Elvis Presley, for his parents Vernon and Gladys in 1957, this amazing property has grown over the decades to become the second most-visited house in America.

Winning Awards for Her Music

In August 2017, Elaine Presley won POZE’s Born to Perform and the Outstanding Musician Award from XMA Chicago. It’s safe to say that Elaine Presley is a rising force in the music industry.

Performing at Isis Music Hall

Elaine Presley will be headlining the World Peace Animals CD Release—as always, dedicating herself to making the world a better place. Help promote animal welfare by seeing her at Asheville’s Isis Theater November 19th.

Visit Graceland to meet Elaine Presley and see the history of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll! It is located in Memphis at 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard. Call (901) 653 7128 to speak with Elaine Presley or visit her website.