In August 1962 Elvis addressed his poor public image in the 1950s:
I never thought my act was immoral, and I don't think so now. And I don't think I've changed in any of the fundamentals. Sure, I've got more money, more material things, also more responsibilities. But I was raised to treat people, all people, with respect and courtesy, and I've always done that.
My mother and daddy … they raised me to consider other people's feelings, not to kick anybody on the way up or the way down. I've seen some stars out here behave in that 'get-these-people-out-of-here' attitude. They won't sign autographs or pose for pictures and they want their sets closed … no visitors allowed … and all that jazz. That's not for me.
viernes, 8 de julio de 2011
In August 1962 Elvis addressed his poor public image in the 1950s