As he often did with his music, Feathers uses vocal stylings reminiscent of Elvis Presley in this one. Beyond the obvious reasons for doing so (Presley had released his first two albums in 1956), Feathers was a session musician at Sun Studios where Presley recorded. He also recorded some songs for the Flip record label started by Sam Phillips, who produced Presley.
Feathers lived in Presley's shadow (like just about everyone else from that era), but he did carve out his own legacy and was a trailblazer in his own right - mostly in the Rockabilly genre. He's in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame (he was born in Hot Springs, Mississippi).
Feathers is also credited on Presley's song "I Forgot To Remember to Forget