Check out a new video from Prairie Home Companion's Official YouTube page as they visit the sights and sounds of the Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll and Elvis Presley's Graceland!

Garrison Keillor and his cast took a late night tour of Graceland on October 25, 2013. A Prairie Home Companion broadcasted live from the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis on NPR stations nationwide on Saturday, October 26. Keillor describes the many landmarks of Memphis and the musical impact these legendary places had on the world.

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Before taking the stage at Mud Island Amphitheater on October 8, 2013, folk rock band and Elvis fans, The Lumineers, did what every visitor to Memphis must do before leaving the Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll - they toured Elvis Presley's Graceland.

With hit songs "Ho Hey" and and their 2012 album "The Lumineers" peaking on the Billboard chart at #2, the folk indie band is selling out shows across the United States. With a blended harmony of folk, indie and Americana music, their music reflects a modern-day return to blue grass and the band was nominated for two Grammys, including "Best New Artist" and "Best Americana Album."

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Graceland joins hundreds of famous buildings, monuments and other landmarks around the world that are shining pink lights as symbols of hope and empowerment. The initiative is to remind millions of women and men everywhere of the benefits of early detection in the battle against breast cancer.

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Graceland guests were in for a treat on August 6, when a semi-truck dressed in gold arrived here at the king's home. Check out this week's photo spotlight featuring guests at Graceland with Katy Perry's gold truck!

In July, Katy Perry made a surprise announcement by unveiling the name of her upcoming album "Prism" with the giant gold truck. The truck has been spotted around the country with its latest stop here in Memphis. Perry's new album is expected to be released on October 22, 2013.

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In 1971, Elvis received what became his proudest achievement when he was named among the Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Men. Elvis fan and Memphis native Beau Davidson recently stopped by Graceland to place his own Ten Outstanding Young Americans award directly beside his idol's.

Scientists, inventors, performers, film makers, politicians bound for the Presidency, and men of greatness in all fields, have been selected for this award over the years. Davidson was honored for his accomplishments in the entertainment and political arenas, including his appointment to The Young Americans Coalition.

For Elvis, who grew up poor and faced extreme criticism, this was one of his proudest moments. He had finally achieved acceptance, recognition, and respect for his work. Elvis was known to carry his Jaycees award around with him everywhere and this is the only award for which he accepted in person.

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