Did Elvis Presley have Psychological Quirks

We will all remember the king of rock n roll Elvis Presley but did he have Psychological problems with his own songs and how he could sing them it gave him real deep feeling that he had…

One of his biggest hits was the emotional ballad “Are You Lonesome Tonight.” And whenever he sang it live, he ran into an unusual problem. He couldn’t sing certain words correctly. Some experts think they know why that part of the song seemed impossible for him to sing… 

And the reason is even sadder than the song itself… really nobody knows but Elvis Presley but you can Speculate what occurred during the gospel years… Maybe perhaps a lost love for somebody that denied him when he was a youngster…

One of Presley’s biggest hits was the melancholy tune “Are You Lonesome Tonight.” but according to 710 Keel, he couldn’t sing it correctly in a live performance. In about 12 recordings of him in concert, he makes significant mistakes in the same part of the song…

The troublesome portion Presley couldn’t manage was the spoken bridge, where the lyrics shift from the person the song is about to the singer himself. As Presley tried to sing lines like “honey, you lied when you said that you loved me,” he fumbled the words and lost his composure. Sometimes he started laughing, and other times he even cried… 

But why did he struggle with this song? The reason may be because of his emotional reaction to the lyrics. 

Really nobody knows!!!

Though Presley grew up in a poor home, he went on to change the music world. According to Biography, his mother gave him his first guitar for his 11th birthday. His musical talent was obvious even then, and within a few years, he won his high school talent show… 

It didn’t take long for his music to capture people’s attention, and he recorded his first single, “That’s All Right,” at only 18 years old. His music soon dominated the charts. Eventually, he moved into acting, appearing in movies such as Blue Hawaii and Viva Las Vegas… A legendary person The king of rock n roll True story he was the first to be associated with the term Rock and Roll; in fact, Rocking and Rolling had been around since the early 1900s as a descriptive of the spiritual excitement of African-American church services…

The shortened term was popularized by pioneering radio DJ Alan Freed beginning in the early 1950s, and various artists had early Rock and Roll hits before Elvis, notably Jackie Brenston’s “Rocket 88” in 1951. Even earlier,

Roy Brown’s jump blues hit “Good Rockin’ Tonight”

Roy Brown’s jump blues hit “Good Rockin’ Tonight”, among others, was laying out a blueprint for the music  genesis spawned by the collision of R&B, Gospel, Country, and Rockabilly…

“Rock Around The Clock” by Bill Haley & His Comets, recorded just a few months before Elvis’ “That’s All Right”, eventually gave the genre its first mega-hit after being featured in the groundbreaking movie Blackboard Jungle. But it was Elvis who would emerge King of Rock and Roll. His barrage of recordings and live performances from 1954 to 1958 provided the catalytic spark igniting a music and cultural revolution that’s affected every Rock act since…

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