viernes, 20 de noviembre de 2009

ON THIS DAY IN ELVIS HISTORY November 19

November 19, 1954
Elvis performed at the Lake Cliff Club, Lake Cliff, Louisiana (outside Shreveport). Elvis name was spelled wrong: Pressley and the crowd was a bit disgruntled.
November 19, 1955
Elvis performed at the Louisiana Hayride, remote broadcasted from the Gladewater, Texas, high school. He sung: Baby, Let's Play House, That's All Right and Rock Around The Clock.
CONCERT DETAILS:
Tour Ref: 1955
Date: November 19 1955
Venue: High School Gym
Location: Gladewater TX
Showtime: (8:00 PM)
Show type: Louisiana Hayride Remote Broadcast
 
SONGS - TRACKLISTINGS:
I Forgot To Remember To Forget
Baby Lets Play House
Thats All Right
Rock Around The Clock
November 19, 1960
During the filming of Wild In The Country it became obvious Elvis had many mood swings. He even draw a gun on a group of guys in another car, who he felt insulted him.
November 19, 1976
The Alden sisters were introduced to Elvis by Georg Klein. Klein had brought the 3 of them to Graceland, and instead of what he thought, Elvis was not attracted to Terry, but to the youngest, Ginger. Ginger Alden was only 19 years old and the current Miss Mid-South Fair.