Women screamed for Elvis but they were really screaming for themselves!
Enroll in Rel 3900/4900 Elvis. Memphis Messiah!
During the 1950's females had few rights and basic equalities did not exist. Elvis appealed to females because they were tired of demanding males that kept them from progressing. His music opened the doors to females to change their lives. He was not the John Wayne type. He was emotional, caring, and reached out to women and wanted to please them. He also allowed for males to become more feminine. No wonder the critics hated him. He offered females freedom. He was everything they were not!
Study his life, his music, the Memphis Mafia, origins of his music, influence on race relations and his films. Movies, books, Tribute Tunes and Tribute Artists remember his life and songs while many worship at home-made Elvis shrines and visit Graceland on two special holidays each year. Join us for a fascinating study of a man who has sold billions of $$$ of music and claims billions of fans all over the world. Class includes videos, a play, lots of tunes, and a ticket to the performance of Matt Lewis as an Elvis impersonator. Join us! It just may be the most memorable class in your college experience! For information email Selvidge@ucmo.edu
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