Happy birthday, Elvis!

In this December 1968 file photo from the Ullstein archive, Elvis Presley holds his semi-acoustic guitar during a concert.

Quite a few famous people were born in January, and this month we'll celebrate a few of them.

First up, the King of Rock and Roll, who had more charted singles and top 10 singles than the Beatles.

Our first Head2Head trivia champ of the new year is Fred Porter, and his opponent this week is Carrie Moran, who is studying to be a physical therapist.

1. Where was Elvis born?

2. Where is Graceland located?

3. What was his job just before he became a singer?

4. What was his first No. 1 hit song?

5. Name the first movie Elvis starred in.

6. Elvis took a hiatus from performing from 1958-1960. What was he doing instead?

7. Manager Tom Parker was known as the ... ?

8. Where did Elvis and Priscilla get married?

9. What became his catchphrase after he'd perform a song during live shows?

10. Who said, "When I first heard Elvis' voice, I just knew that I wasn't going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss. ... Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail."

1. That would be Tupelo, Mississippi.

2. Memphis, Tennessee

3. Other than being in the military briefly, I'm not sure what else he did for a living.

4. I believe it was "Heartbreak Hotel."

5. "Viva Las Vegas"

6. He was in the Army.

7. Colonel

8. I believe it was in Las Vegas.

9. Do I have to say it like he did? "Thank you. Thank you very much."

10. Jimi Hendrix

1. Mississippi, I think. Not sure of the town.

2. Memphis. I've been there.

3. He was in the Army.

4. "Heartbreak Hotel"

5. The one in Hawaii. Not sure of the title.

6. Oh, this was when he was in the Army.

7. The Colonel

8. Vegas, I think.

9. "Thank you. Thank you very much."

10. John Lennon

Fred manages to hang on to his Head2Head Trivia title for a second week. He'll return to take on a new opponent and a new trivia topic.

1. Tupelo, Miss.

2. Memphis, Tenn.

3. A truck driver

4. "Heartbreak Hotel"

5. "Love Me Tender"

6. He was in the Army.

7. Colonel

8. Las Vegas

9. "Thank you. Thank you very much."

10. Bob Dylan