The legendary King of Rock makes his debut at Iron Studios!
On December 3, 1968, the American TV network NBC presented the "Elvis '68 Comeback Special", known as the first acoustic in history recorded on video, and marked the return of Elvis Presley to the music scene. After leaving the army in 1960, he spent seven years acting in Hollywood films. All dressed in black leather, he was on a stage surrounded by his fans, who were very close to the star. With a deeper and more husky voice, he performed most of his popular songs accompanied by a band and in acoustic interpretations as well, resulting in one of the most memorable shows of his career and rock history.
On a red and white base, which reproduces part of the real stage of his show, and with his signature on the front, he poses with his right leg on his "Benson 200" amplifier, supporting his semi-acoustic guitar "Gibson Super 400 CES 1963 ". The statue also has a microphone stand with a peculiar round base in front of it. In this way, Iron Studios proudly presents its Elvis Presley Comeback Deluxe Art Scale 1:10 - Iron Studios statue, replicating the legendary King of Rock in one of his most acclaimed performances, also the first figure derived from the pop music universe produced by Iron Studios.
Singer, musician and actor, Elvis Presley is one of the most significant pop culture icons of the 20th century, hailed as the King of Rock, or simply The King. His musical career began in 1954 as a pioneer of rockabilly (a mixture of country music and rhythm & blues). Presley is the best-selling solo artist in the history of music.