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Elvis : The most influential singer of all time

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
April 17, 2014
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Not for the first time, the website India.com has mentioned Elvis, this time proclaiming Elvis top of their list of the 5 most influential singers of all time ... 'You don''t need to be in a band to make it big in the music industry, all you need is talent, good looks and a little bit of luck, here are some of the greatest solo music artists, who revolutionized the music industry both in the West and in India to some extent' :

1) Elvis Presley (1935- 1977): Elvis Presley sold more albums than any other individual music artist in history, and the second most overall (the Beatles sold more). As well as being a musician, Elvis was also an actor appearing in movies like 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Blue Hawaii' and 'Love Me Tender'. Some of Elvis' most popular songs are 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Hound Dog', 'A Little Less Conversation', 'Blue Suede Shoes' and 'Viva Las Vegas'. Elvis remains on of the most recognizable singers to this day and his voice uniquely unmistakable.

2) Michael Jackson
3) John Lennon
4) Madonna
5) Eminem

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