iSold It Sells Rare Elvis Presley Footage on eBay

. January 9, 2008

The iSold It Sherman Oaks location has been selected to manage the eBay listing for rare, never before seen, backstage footage of Elvis Presley. The eBay listing will begin on Saturday, January 12th 2008 at http://www.isolditso.com

The listing is for 4 ½ hours of black and white original unedited video and audio of Elvis Presley’s last two recorded live concerts in Omaha, Nebraska, June 19, 1977, and Rapid City, South Dakota, on June 21, 1977. It includes intimate backstage scenes, candid dressing room footage and hallway shots of Elvis, his girlfriend, Ginger Alden, and his father, Vernon Presley. It also includes the presentation of the Full Circle Medallion of Life from the Sioux Indian Reservation.

The concerts are unedited and contain the original audio mix and camera shots. The electricity and excitement is utterly phenomenal. The two concerts include approximately 27 different songs sung by Elvis. At that time, no one dreamed Elvis would die six weeks later.

This unedited footage was a direct feed into the recording/audio engineer’s truck. The Presley Estate has given the engineer’s widow their consent to sell this unique one-of-kind package as a collector’s treasure only. The Estate will not give its consent for reproduction.

More information about these special events can be found on numerous places on the internet including the official Elvis website: http://www.elvis.com.

About iSold It:

iSold It is the leading nationwide chain of drop-off stores that makes it easy to sell things online. iSold It stores provide a safe, confidential online listing service for individuals, businesses and celebrities. iSold It researches each item’s online marketability, professionally photographs the item, writes descriptive copy, collects payment from the buyer then packs and ships the item to the buyer. After the item sells, iSold It sends you a check! iSold It is proud to be the nation’s top seller on eBay. www.i-soldit.com

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