Elvis’ Sun Session Tapes Being Snipped and Sold

The master recordings of Elvis Presley’s historic sessions for Sun Records will be cut into two-inch segments and sold to the public as collectible limited edition plaques. Recorded in 1954 and 1955, the master tapes begin with Presley, guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black performing “That’s All Right.” The tape segments are being cut, mounted, framed and marketed under the license of Elvis Presley Enterprises, the business entity created by Presley’s estate and the Elvis Presley Trust. Lisa Marie Presley, the singer’s daughter and heir, is EPE’s board chairperson and sole owner.