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  • On June 1, 1977, it was announced that Elvis Presley had signed a deal with CBS to appear in a new television special.CBS-Wikipedia
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  • Elvis Presley, who created a sensation in the 1950s as a crossover artist and contributed to rock 'n' roll, was a native of Tupelo.Mississippi-Wikipedia

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