Rolling Stone Brazil has recently released a new collector's edition centering around the life and legacy of Elvis Presley.
The 134-page collector's edition features photos and artifacts from the various stages of Elvis' career and is written in Portuguese. The magazine opens the story of Elvis' childhood in Tupelo, MS and continues to his landmark rise to fame with historic television and concert appearances.
Fans can see full-page photos of Elvis from his time spent in the Army to his days performing live on stage. Also included in this rare collector's edition are Graceland artifacts and featured editorials about Elvis' impact on pop culture.
Brazil?? Why not anywhere else?
I don't buy magazines but this should see worldwide release. Nice cover.
Congratulations to EPE and the personal involved in this nice publishing. The magazine is very large, beautiful and there are only very few mistakes, perfectly acceptable, considering its size. There is a huge Elvis Exhibition in the country and ELVIS IN CONCERT has passed by here too. So, the magazine was very welcome. Thanks!
I wish the U.S. version, would put Elvis on the cover of this magazine, more often, with some "positive stories". Someday they will get it, Elvis Presley was the first Rock-n-roll hero, and should be celebrated and remembered for his importance and place in Rock-n-Roll history.
does this feature Bouke as well?..
Great, does anyone know how the Elvis in concert tour in Brazil went, were they sold out ?
Hi Alanfalk! Elvis´exhibition, ELVIS IN CONCERT and the magazine worked out and they were big successes, mainly in São Paulo, where EPE had to provide an extra concert for thousands. TCB!
The people that buy RS are mostly in their 20's. Putting Elvis on the US version of it would not appeal to most young people. I dont think it would sell well. It is no longer 1992. Elvis is not in the mainstream anymore here like he used to be. I sell Elvis on Ebay from time to time and 80% of the people that bid are not from the USA. It tells me he is more popular in other countries.
Another boring comment of Jerome...