The King of Rock and Roll died upstairs at Graceland and to this day it’s off-limits to the public. However, Elvis Presley’s private area is still perfectly preserved at his daughter Lisa Marie’s request. It’s the job of Director of Archives Angie Marchese to maintain Elvis’ bedroom and other rooms just as he left it.
Speaking in an Instagram Q&A earlier this year, Angie said: “So the one thing about Graceland and its mystique is the upstairs and the fact that it was Elvis’ private area.”
“So no one is allowed to go upstairs.”
However, the archivist did reveal a few secrets for fans.
She said: “It looks as if he just got up and left.”
Sumner was an American gospel singer known for his bass vocals and The Stamps ended up singing at The King’s funeral.
Elvis was a big fan of Christian gospel music, a genre he often sung himself.
The Graceland archivist continued: “It was a recording that they had just done in the studio that they had sent to Elvis.
“I’ve never actually played it, so I don’t know the song that’s on it.”