The year was 1956 and across the land Elvis Presley® mania was in full swing. Just a year prior, this 21 year old was barely known. But with televised
variety show performances, chart-topping record hits, a nationwide tour, and a movie career on the horizon, he took the world by storm and America would
never again be the same. "Mass hysteria" they called it. This Memphis native is credited with single-handedly changing the music industry.
Elvis Presley® became the most powerful force in the rock and roll generation with his trademark gyrating pelvis and long sideburns, he had an energy
that oozed from every performance. And what better way to celebrate The King of Rock and Roll® than with this 1946 reproduction of an authentic Wurlitzer
This limited edition Elvis Presley® Baby Bubbler features percolating bubble tubes complete with enough neon to light a room. Whether you remember
it in the ice cream parlor, the drug store, the diner or the cocktail lounge, you're sure to enjoy this stroll down memory lane. But keep your change in your
pocket and put your vinyls back on the shelf as this reproduction plays your favorite compact discs.
The Elvis Presley® Baby Bubbler features a front-loading compact disc player combined with FM radio and stereo speakers that leave you all shook up.
Add a fully functioning remote control and let the fun begin.
In 1920 Powel Crosley founded the company that pioneered radio broadcasting and mass market manufacturing around the world. Dismayed with the $130 price tag for the radio receiver he promised to buy for his son’s birthday, Crosley decided to make his own. Upon successfully building a working set for only $35, Crosley was quick to spot the mass market potential.
It was a simple idea - design a fully functioning radio, meticulously craft each unit with obsessive detail and precise accuracy, and of course add a measure of consideration for the wallet.
This simple idea led Crosley Radio to become the world’s largest radio manufacturer while Powel Crosley became known as ‘The Henry Ford of Radio.’ His relentless fascination with mechanical devices, coupled with his intense desire for success, sent Crosley’s career soaring