domingo, 11 de octubre de 2009

ON THIS DAY IN ELVIS HISTORY October 10

October 10, 1955
Elvis performed at the Memorial Hall Brownwood, Texas. This was sponsored by the Brownhood Volunteer Fire Department.
October 10, 1963
Elvis recorded his vocals for the Kissin' Cousins backing tracks at MGM's soundstage, which were recorded in Nashville.
October 10, 1966
Elvis filmed on location at the Long Beach Naval Station.
October 10, 1970
Elvis flew to Memphis, where he would stay the whole week, before returning to Los Angeles. There was a private ceremony arranged for him, where he received his official deputy sheriff's badge from the Sheriff. This badge permitted him to carry a pistol. Elvis was interested in police work for a long time and with all the threads in Las Vegas he was very pleased with it.