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Many of his future recordings were inspired by local African American composers and recording artists, including Arthur Crudup, Rufus Thomas and B. 'I don't read music,' he confessed, 'but I know what I like.' ...

Because he was not a songwriter, Presley would rarely have material prepared for recording sessions..." When later, as a young singer, he "ventured into the recording studio he was heavily influenced by the songs he had heard on the jukebox and radio."On July 18, 1953, Presley went to Sun Records' Memphis Recording Service to record "My Happiness" with "That's When Your Heartaches Begin", supposedly a present for his mother.

Phillips would later recall that "Elvis was probably as nervous as anybody, black or white, that I had seen in front of a microphone." Despite this, Phillips invited local musicians Winfield "Scotty" Moore and Bill Black to audition Presley.

Though they were not overly impressed, a studio session was planned. The group recorded other songs, including Bill Monroe's "Blue Moon of Kentucky".

Sun Records boss Sam Phillips was on the lookout for someone who could deliver a blend of black blues and boogie-woogie music; he thought it would be very popular among white people.

The young Presley frequently listened to local radio; his first musical hero was family friend Mississippi Slim, a hillbilly singer with a radio show on Tupelo’s WELO.

On July 30 the trio, billed as The Blue Moon Boys, made their first paid appearance at the Overton Park Shell, with Slim Whitman headlining.

A nervous Presley's legs were said to have shaken uncontrollably during this show: his wide-legged pants emphasized his leg movements, apparently causing females in the audience to go "crazy".

Country music promoter and manager Tillman Franks booked Presley for the Louisiana Hayride on October 16.

Before Franks saw Presley, he referred to him as "that new black singer with the funny name". Fontana (who had worked in strip clubs) complemented Presley's movements with accented beats and Bill Black engaged in his usual stage antics, the crowd was more responsive.