Elvis Trivia
Are you an Elvis fan? Test your Elvis knowledge with this trivia and see how you measure up! Make your best guess and then click on the note next to the answer you've chosen to find out if you're right.

Where was Elvis born?
Biloxi, Mississipi
Tupelo, Mississippi
Memphis Tennessee
Little Rock, Arkansas


What was Elvis' first #1 hit on the national pop chart?
"All Shook Up"
"Don't Be Cruel"
"Heartbreak Hotel"
"Hound Dog"

In which song does Elvis refer to "a team of wild horses"?
"Stuck on You
"Trying to Get to You"
"Devil in Disguise"
"Trouble"

The broadcast of Elvis' first televised performance took place on March 5, 1955 in what city?
Memphis
Houston
Louisville
Shreveport

How much was Elvis paid for his initial appearance on "The Milton Berle Show"?
Nothing
$3,000
$5,000
$10,0000

In which song does Elvis say "everybody come and take some possum"?
"Barefoot Ballad"
"Ito Eats"
"Party"
"Smokey Mountain Boy"

Elvis' first national TV appearance was viewed by approximately how many people?
10 million
13 million
17 million
20 million

What amount did Elvis recieve as a monthly salary in the Army?
$83.20
$120.50
$272.40
$500.45

Elvis puts his cape on while singing what song during the "Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii" TV Special?
"Can't Help Falling in Love"
"Love Me Tender"
"Rags to Riches"
"CC Rider"

Which of the following Elvis songs made Billboard's Easy Listening chart?
"Memories"
"Can't Help Falling in Love"
"(Marie's the Name)His Latest Flame"
"Crying in the Chapel"

What gift did Richard Nixon give Elvis when he visited the White House?
A gold plated Christmas ornament
A presidential badge
A pen
Cuff links

In what year did Elvis sign with RCA Victor?
1954
1955
1956
1957
What year did Elvis first appear on the U.S. postage stamp?
1977
1980
1993
1997

How much did Elvis pay for the record he had made on his first visit to the Memphis Recording Service?
$1
$4
$7
$10

"It's Now or Never" held at #1 on the Billboard charts for how many weeks?
5
10
15
20

Elvis stated that his unique performing style was inspired by what type of music?
Rhythm and blues quartets
Bluegrass quartets
Gospel quartets
Barbershop quartets