This historic image of a young Elvis Presley and B.B. King was photographed by Ernest Withers in 1957 in Memphis at the Goodwill Review. These two youngsters would go on to change the face of music and popular culture worldwide through separate musical genres in the 20th century.
On September 8th, 2004, the world renowned photographer Ernest Withers sat down at Ericson Group’s headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, to sign a limited edition of his famous photo, “The Two Kings”.
On May 1st, 2010, the great blues artist B.B. King signed a few prints of his famous Ernest Withers photo with Elvis Presley, ‘The Two Kings’ backstage at a show in Choctaw, Mississippi. A number of them are also signed by both King and Withers.
All signed photo prints come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
All signed and numbered photos come with a Certificate of Authenticity. In 2007, Ernest Withers died before being able to sign the rest of the prints. In 2010 the legendary B.B. King signed a limited number of prints.
Chief Beasley Denson of the Mississippi Choctaw Tribe presenting B.B. King with a "The Two Kings" print signed by the late photographer, Ernest Withers.