A life-size statue of Elvis Presley has been erected in the Hawaiian capital Honolulu to mark the location of one of his most famous concerts. The King's gig at the city's Neal Blaisdell Centre in 1973 reached over a billion people as it was one of the first music concerts to be globally broadcast on television through satellite - and American cable network TV Land has donated the monument to mark the landmark transmission. Mufi Hannemann, Mayor of Honolulu says, "He was not a native son of our land... but we adopted him as our own."