Hundreds of Elvis Presley records are going on sale at an auction house in Bury St Edmunds on Friday. The 2,000 records include rare first pressings and every Elvis single ever produced.
They are being sold by retired teacher Bill Wood who started the collection back in 1956. He got hooked as a boy of five when he first heard Heartbreak Hotel.
Now his entire collection of about 2,000 records is about to be auctioned off. Many are in mint condition and really rare.
Mr Wood used to teach A-level geography at Stowupland High School in Suffolk. He's selling up because it's now or never!
So does Bill have a favourite Elvis song. Of course he does. "I think my favourite Elvis record is probably his Latest Flame and that was from October 1961 simply because that the overall sound of it.. the fullness of the voice.. the melodic quality of the voice."
Viewing is from March 20th at Lacy Scott & Knight Auctioneers in Bury St Edmunds. The sale is on on friday march 21st.
Natalie Gray reports.