Rare and unseen Elvis Presley photographs go on show in London

'Elvis At 21' exhibition features images from Presley's 1956 tour

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A collection of rare and unseen photos of Elvis Presley has opened at London‘s Proud Galleries Chelsea.

The ‘Elvis At 21’ exhibition features images taken by Alfred Wertheimer of the singer on the cusp of stardom. Wertheimer amassed the collection as he followed Presley on his 1956 tour of North America, shortly after he signed to the RCA record label from the legendary Sun Records.

The exhibition is open now and runs until January 31. See WyndamGrandLondon.co.uk for more information.

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