Elvis Presley’s Tupelo Homecoming Concert 60 Year Anniversary!

Do you have your copy of The Rebel & The King by Nick Adams? My Dad’s book details his personal experience with Elvis Presley during his return for the September 26, 1956 homecoming concert and 8 days in Memphis with his family.

“This is one of the most honest, touching and truthful books I’ve read about Elvis. I had no idea that extent of Nick’s connection to Elvis’ family and hometown. We never hear much about his mother and father. Nick brings them to life. It’s fascinating stuff.”
– Tom Brown (Former TCM executive, Elvis Presley expert and Elvis Week Host)

You can purchase your copy on Amazon or http://www.therebelandtheking.com


Backstage at Tupelo Homecoming Concert, Sept. 26, 1956

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The dynamic duo on Elvis’ Harley, Mississippi-Alabama State Fair – Sept. 1956


THE REBEL & THE KING by Nick Adams


THE REBEL & THE KING by Nick Adams

Elvis Presley had just exploded on the American scene and was filming his first movie, Love Me Tender, when he introduced himself to Nick Adams on the backlot of 20th Century Fox. Nick was a struggling actor, part of the Rebel Without A Cause gang and showed Elvis the town, introducing him to Natalie Wood.  Nick was infamous for writing about his famous friends and now the POSTHUMOUS PUBLICATION of Nick Adams raw, unedited manuscript, The Rebel & The King, details his close friendship and whirlwind eight days in Memphis during the famous singer’s Tupelo Homecoming the summer of 56.

For more information email:  allysonadams@mac.com