Elaine Elizabeth Presley

Elaine Elizabeth Presley is a singer, songwriter, actor, humanitarian, and businesswoman. She is the daughter of the legendary rock and roll icon Elvis Presley and his wife Priscilla Presley. She was born in a military hospital in Little Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, United Kingdom. She has been singing along to record players since she was five years old and has a passion for music. She has released several singles, such as “Don’t Be Cruel”, “My Batteries Dead”, and "Jingle Bell Rock", with the legendary hit singer Bobby Helms, and “Graceland Anthem”, co-owned with her sister Lisa Marie Presley. She has also appeared in various films and TV shows, such as “Elvis Brightness Mexico”, “Rew And Who”, and “I Am Erich Kästner”. She is the President of the Presley Foundation, with Lisa Marie Presley being the founder since 2007. The foundation supports children, Pets, and families in need. She is also the author of an autobiography titled “Kid of the King”, which tells her story of being the daughter of Elvis Presley. She currently lives in Kingsport, Tennessee; Memphis, Tennessee; and Beverly Hills, California, where she continues to honor her family’s legacy and pursue her artistic dreams.

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PGEA Outstanding Humanitarian Award, 2022

Memphis Businessperson of the Year, by Alignable, 2018 and 2022 & 2023

Nominated by Prince, now King Charles III in 2009 at the BITC Awards for innovation in Business.

Mission One

Elaine is part of an exciting project that will send her DNA to the Moon soon. Along with the ULA Vulcan rocket, Astrobotic lander, and our partners at Arch Mission, we are creating the first off-world DNA seed bank on the Moon. This is a historic achievement that will preserve the Presley heritage for future generations.

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Jingle Bell Rock

Elaine Elizabeth Presley and Bobby Helms

Enjoy Christmas with your family, and sing along to Jingle Bell Rock By: Elaine Elizabeth Presley and Bobby Helm's Hit song.

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