1967 - Wins a Grammy in gospel genre for Best Sacred Performance for "How Great Thou Art."
December 3, 1968 - The television special "Elvis" airs. It is later called The '68 Comeback Special.
December 21, 1970 - Meets with President Richard Nixon at the White House.
1971 - Receives a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
1972 - Wins Grammy in gospel genre for Best Inspirational Performance for "He Touched Me."
1972 - Has his last U.S. Top 10 hit in his lifetime with Burning Love.
January 14, 1973 - Elvis's television special, "Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii - Via Satellite", is seen in 40 countries by 1 billion to 1.5 billion people.
1974 - Wins Grammy in gospel genre for Best Inspirational Performance (Non-Classical) for "How Great Thou Art."
January 8, 1993 - The U.S. Postal Service releases an Elvis commemorative postage stamp. More than 500 million are printed, three times the usual print run for a commemorative stamp.
2002 - A remix of Elvis's song "A Little Less Conversation" reaches the Top 10 in music charts around the world.
August 11-19, 2007 - First annual Elvis Week. Tens of thousands attend the festivities at Graceland celebrating the 30th anniversary of his death.
October 2012 - Number three on Forbes top-earning dead celebrities list, with an estimated $55 million in earnings.