Eighty-one years ago today a man was born who would change the face of music… Elvis Presley.
With his smooth voice and gyrating hips Elvis made many a girl swoon and many a boy envious as he rose to fame in the 1950s. Just go back and look at any video (this one is fun) of Elvis’ performances and you will understand why. Las Vegas had the pleasure of seeing a lot of Elvis during his lifetime and although Elvis passed away in 1977, his spirit still lives on in Las Vegas.
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Elvis has entered the building. Chapel of the Flowers, the most beautiful wedding chapel venue in Las Vegas, to be exact. Couples looking for a unique, upscale and elegant chapel for their wedding, vow renewal or commitment ceremony on the Las Vegas Strip can also include an Elvis impersonator to officiate and/or perform at the ceremony or reception.