What would singer Elvis Presley look like today, if he had lived to see his 80th birthday?
ABC news asked an age-progression artist to draw up an idea, and posted it to its facebook page.
According to the Commercial Appeal, many have flocked to Memphis, Tenn., the home of Graceland, to celebrate Presley's birthday. Several artifacts once belonging to the singer are being auctioned off there today.
The first recording ever made by the King, a 78 mm acetate of “My Happiness” and “That’s When Your Heartaches Begin,” will be sold. The recording was cut in June 1953 at Memphis Recording Service and has been privately owned ever since.
Another prized recording that will be offered is an autographed 78 record of Elvis’ first professional recording for Sun Records. The recording of “That’s All Right” is signed in blue ink, “To a good pal, Elvis Presley.”
Elvis’ original driver’s license will also be on the auction block.